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I am able to call but can't hear the other persons phone ringing, busy, voicemail or if anyone answers, there is no sound. The same if someone calls me, it rings, I try to answer & nothing. I can send & receive text messages. I am able to hear it ring.

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Well the ringing is from another speaker that works as a loudspeaker/ handsfree on your phone

as a preliminary check try connecting a headset and answer the phone if you can hear the other party then the problem is with the earpeice, you might want to get it repaired

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