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It could be that your volume is set to silent. The volume buttons should be on the left or right side just push the top part of the button you should hear your phone ring or beep or make some kind of noise when u do this.
This has no problem to do with the phone as far as i know.
It occurs normally when you are talking to someone who happens to be in a very quite and large room without that it empty. this is due to the empty vaccumm that causes the sound that is produced to be reflected back into themic of the phone and as a result causes you to hear your voice.
Also, another thing that causes it is when you talk to someone who puts the call on loudspeaker and there are multiple surfaces causing the reflection of the sounds you make.
In summary, there is nothing wrong with your phone and you just need to tell whoever you are talking to to try and move to an area that is a bit occupied so as to prevent echoes.
You probably need to replace the phone....my original LG Dare had the same problem. It may also be the people you are speaking with on the other line. If you hear the static, hang up and call them back. See if the static is gone. If not, then bring the phone back to Verizon and ask them to replace it. If what you're talking about sounds like "tick tick tick" like a clock, I think that's inherent to this phone. I am on my second LG Dare and it always makes that sound when I talk to anyone, no matter what....but it isn't a static sound. Good luck and let us know if it helps!
I have verizon, had the similar problem. Call *611 speak to someone in tech support, and have them send you out a replacement phone. If your closer to a store you can do the same thing, don't have to wait for the mail ha ha. Good luck though! Hope I've been of some assistance!
This happens at many phones due to the speaker which buzzes because of the waves made by the conversation. For example try calling someone and be near a desktop pc speaker or radio and you'll hear the same buzzing noise
The beeping sounds is not the phone's fault I guess, I guess it is the SIM card's fault. Try changing your SIM card to a new one from your service provider. Also buy a new battery from Cell phone companies, please do not buy the Made in China batteries with names different than Motorola, just buy the ones with the Motorola sign.