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Headset failed to transmit

My headset failed to transmit upon receiving calls. I am able to hear my party answer whenever I placed a call, but they are not able to hear me.

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You can mute outgoing voice during a call by tapping on both volume buttons and tap them again to un-mute.happened to me a lot . hs850

Posted on Dec 24, 2008

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