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Low audibility very low audibility of incoming call,can not hear the voice clearly of incoming call

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  • shrish Feb 09, 2009

    me 2 hav the same prob.the audibility of the incoming call is vry low n i took it 2 the dealer they r charging vry high.i tried to hear the audibility of some other person from yhe same device but m suffering with the same.i there any free n easy method of solve my prob

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    guptahim Feb 25, 2009

    I also not able to hear properly when some calls me. I tried >*<<*<*
    , and going to "Service test" i found that my phone earphone volume is low , but i am not able to increase it.

    Can anyone tell me how to increase the default volume setting?

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Try this out

>*<<*<*

( " > " Press right on joystick, " * " Press star key on the keyboard )

Then go to "Service Test"
Click on "Earphone"
Try to listen the sound.

if you can listen to the sound, then its the issue with the network

If not, Then its the issue with the phone

Try this!!

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Well sometimes by mistake the volume seting is on low.try using the volume button on side of ur phone.or if u can then try to check the voice clarity of some other person's same device.if not then go to the dealer.they'l surely help u.

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