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Very loud volume when turning on phone

When turning on the phone, you get very loud volume and a echo.

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Put it on Silent mode before you turn it off.

Posted on Feb 14, 2008

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    Raysagem Feb 14, 2008

    Sorry, on reflection, you may not have that facility on that model.

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