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Call Drop Hi, 5 times out of 10 calls which i am receiving caller is unable to hear my voice where as i can hear his voice very clearly. I am unable to get the reason behind this. Phone works absolutly fine when i am using handfree. Kindly suggest me a way out for the same.

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MIc is Faulty replacing it will fix the prob

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Posted on Sep 24, 2008

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