Question about Cell Phones
If it's brand new take it back for the warranty. It's probably that the problem is not software related. So your best bet is the warranty.
if you bought it used, let me know so that I can post some instructions on how to flash or hard reset.
Posted on Mar 20, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the problem is intermittent, and is affecting multiple components we are talking about a damaged ribbon cable. This cable feeds information from the main board to the board in the flip top. if damaged, you may see these symptoms or more; flickering screen, scratching or no sound from earpiece, screen blacks out, and all the symptoms may fluctuate when the phone is opened or shut. The only reason your speaker phone still works is its placement on the device. Here is a link to a public site that ranked it the top google results.
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Posted on Jun 30, 2009
Yeah, i also had this problem with my dare. I did what was already posted, plugging and unplugging my headphones until i got the message about there being no microphone. The speakers and microphone on the phone works now.
Hope it works for you =)
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
Its understood that your mobile's software is working fine because you can hear through speakerphone. The problem is with your front speaker. you can approach any mobile shop and depending upon the model of your mobile they will charge something from 200 to 500 Rs and replace your faulty speaker.
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
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It sounds like your device may be paired with a Bluetooth headset. Try turning off bluetooth connectivity and see if that fixes the issue.
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
Replace the flip assembly, the ear receiver is dead and thats why you cant hear, replace the flip and you'll be fine, its not expensive and this is a common issue with motorola flip phones.
Posted on Jun 22, 2010
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