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Caller cant hear me.

When some one calls me, he/she cant hear me but I can hear him/her. What could be the problem?

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There could be a problem with your phone mic, if u can disassemble it you can try and clean you mic or replace it also if you ever drop the phone this can cause the mic to malfunction.

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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