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Cannot hear on phone


I am having problems hearing on my phone. The only way that I can hear is if I us the speakerphone. The volume settings are high but I still cannot hear.

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Re: Cannot hear on phone

Try to hard reset the phone if the problem still there , it's a hardware problem

Posted on Dec 11, 2007

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