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It actually seems like the mic on the phone went bad. You could send your phone in for our Recycle program and make some cash of get a discount on your purchase: https://www.usedcellphoneshop.com/default.aspx
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!
try this type the code ##726400# on the home screen it will come up with some options
click edit and type ur number in
with the second thing (173.......) do not put 027 in it went ur done that it will tke u back 2 the main menu and click done and it will resstart ur phone u will still have every thing but ur code will be the last 4numbers of ur phne number and that will sovle ur problem hope it helps