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Distorted Sound on Speakerphone

The sound on my RAZR is ok in the earpiece but distorted when I use the speakerphone or ringtones. I have already replaced the actual speakerphone speaker, but the sound is still garbled. Any help would be appreciated.

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Re: Distorted Sound on Speakerphone - Motorola Mobility RAZR V3 Cell Phones

You need to have the speaker replaced.

Posted on Apr 15, 2008

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the speakerphone speaker is actually just kinda resting inside the phone. If you have dropped it recently it might have just become disconnected and you can have a proffessional put it back in place for you. If you really want to attempt this yourself you can email me at and I will send you a guide on how to do this. I don't recomend it though

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