Question about Motorola Cell Phones
Because of the design of these headsets, over time the wire leading to the mic can wiggle and break loose, which allows you to hear fine, but prevents the listener from hearing you. My bet is that it's the red wire, as it tends to have more pressure placed on it. The dismantle process isn't easy (i'm working on the very same problem at the moment!) but if you'd like to try it and are able to do very fine resoldering I can share my notes with you. Otherwise, you're out of luck and will need to purchase a new headset. Sorry I can't give you better news!
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
Mike u replace the headset because this device is not support the Iphone 3gs u buy another
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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