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Feedback on v3i mobile

My razor gets bad static feed back to both my speaker when I talk and to the other person that I am talking to, so bad that they can't understand what I am saying and I know that it is not a network problem.

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Actually it might be does this happen all the time?

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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