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Can't hear caller

Can't hear the caller unless the speakerphone is turned on. Tried turning the phone off and back on, but it still happens. The person calling can hear me just fine.

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The earpiece speaker has gone bad. Unless you have access to a replacement speaker and can solder you will have to take the phone to you nearest Motorola service center.

Posted on Sep 06, 2007


That happened to me. you may have inadvertently turned the volume down while you were on a call. when the phone is not on a call and you turn up the volume, you are turning up the volume of the ringtone. when you're on a call and you turn up the volume, you are turning up the audio (what you hear). this happened to me so i went to cingular and they called my phone; while we were on the line, the guy turned up the volume on my phone and i could hear again.

Posted on Sep 27, 2007


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