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MotoRazr V3xx giving me an issue

When I am talking on the phone. I have severe echoing when i am talking. I tried lowering the volume, placing on speaker phone( which actually made it worst for the party i was talking to) any solutions??? Thanks Gregg

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Take the phone back to the carrier you bought it from or store or try another sim-card.

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just wondering
probably the one ur speaking to on the other side of the line is set on hands-free/speaker mode that's why it seems that ur hearing ur own voice or something.
try also lowering ur own phone's volume level a bit.

if problem persists, consult an tech expert on this.

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