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Can't be heard or hear other party

After I recently replaced the battery on my V265. Now, after "connecting" on a call I cant hear the other party and but they sometimes can hear me. What's up?

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  • artanzia Oct 19, 2008

    I am having the same problem with my daughters phone, you can hear her but she can not hear you so what so you do, it works on speaker phone.

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Is It A Motorola Licensed Battery?

It Might Be That It Doesnt Work Properly With Your Phone.

Good Luck :)

Regards,
Sophie.

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