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I cant her when someone is speaking to me unless i turn on the speaker or the walkie talkie but, the other party can her me,my earpiece is is not working?

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Its not speaker its problem with the software in the phone.
I had this problem on my phone and i did a software reset giving it to a repair shop and it was a easy and cheap fix .
He re loaded the software and i was all ready to keep talking.

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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