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If i have mouthpiece right up to my mouth surely this should be able to pick up sound better can you advise please

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Adjust the mouthpiece when you are speaking also volume

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All you need to do is to replace the mouth piece of your phone and you will see that after the replacement of the mouth piece, anybody that call you or people you call will hear you clearly.

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All you need to do is to replace the mouthpiece on your phone, after you have change the mouthpiece, you will see that people you call or that calls you can hear you while talking.

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Open your phone and set the mouth piece so that it is in line with the mouthpiece hole of your phone casing,

Close the phone and test it if it works. If it doesn't then the mouth piece of your phone should be changed.

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I am guessing you accidentally dropped your phone or hit it on something and that has made the mouthpiece to shift from its original position

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Try shifting it so it aligns with the mouthpiece hole on the case of your phone.

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this is a mouthpiece problem from your phone.

Loose the phone and read the mouthpiece with a meter. Or clean the phone board where the mouthpiece contacts.

If this does not work, it means you have to change the mouthpiece.

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