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My phone accepts my bluetooth headset, and others can hear me when calls are accepted but I can't hear them through my bluetooth, instead it comes through my phone even though it's shut! I can hang up and accept calls, but talking is not an option! I've tried everything.

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The earplug of your headset is defective.replace it

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