Question about ZTE Cell Phones
Most everyone I talk with says my phone gives them an echo of what they're saying to me. It's hard for them to talk while constantly hearing this feedback. Is there anything I can do to make this go away? Please help. I've only had this phone 6 months. It's a Metro PCS Android 4G ZTE, and I can't get the dealership to call me back. Cheryl
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sound problem
dear replace the speaker of ur phone in k300 the speaker and ringer are the same if u not have new speaker then short both point of the speaker to gather will be ok.
Posted on Mar 26, 2007
When My Phone Did That, I Took It Into Metro And They Sent It In A Replaced It With A New One, The Guy At Th e counter Said That This Is A Common Thing And That Sometimes If You Download Anything From Your Phone Like From Funformobile.com Or Something, Or If Someone Sends Them To You From Websites Like That It Voids Your Waranty And It Causes That. I Hoped This Helped You, So Just Take It Into Metro And They Should Send You A New Phone Within 4-5 Buisness Days.
Posted on Mar 06, 2010
SOURCE: cell phone self-echo
Hmm, I'm not sure... If you can I'd try to go to California and see if you still get the echoes. For me, heading back to the place where I said I would be using my phone more frequently stopped the echoes. Or you might just want to get a Ohio cellphone number... Like I said, I'm not too sure... well Good Luck.
Posted on Jan 17, 2008
You can try all zero's (Example: 000000, 0000). Now since your device already has a custom unlock code, more than likely you will need a customer service representative of MetroPcs to assist you, where such information can be accessed.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
It's a common problem with the network. There is nothing you can do but call back the person. Anyone tells you different they are pulling yor leg, my wife and I have Iphones for 3 years now, and sometimes it will happen for a few weeks and then stop. Some phones do it more than others, you can try an upgraded sim card, but if you have everything new I doubt it will help, sorry.
Posted on May 17, 2010
Testimonial: "thnx for the info. At times my sons walkie talkie works better than my $200 phone"
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