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When I use my headphone for telephone calls I can heqar the other party but they can't hear me ?

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Unmute your microphone in the sound settings

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my dear
the microphone of your handset is not working
Everything elseis fine
if problem exist email on harjinderbawa2000@yahoo.co.in

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