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Im only getting sound out of one earbud...

Is there something wrong with it or is there something I need to do?

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  • Anonymous Oct 26, 2008

    when i insert the headphones into the phone,it automatically starts dialling the last dialled number



  • viazo Nov 11, 2008

    I m only getting sound out of one earbud... sometimes have hard time to get it charged

  • jeashrun_pau Nov 27, 2008

    moto s9

  • jeashrun_pau Nov 27, 2008

    its a bluetooth so there is no plugs then how to plug it properly

  • dferrar Dec 27, 2008

    I also have the sound only coming out of one ear....is this an issue with several of the headphones or did I just get lucky

  • elaguilar Jan 21, 2009

    I am only getting sound out of the left side. Is there anything I can do to solve this problem?

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Guys i think youve all have left ur head phone in a very hot place.. thats why somewhere wire must have melted down.. try to squeeze the body of s9 and see what happens.. it will play ..if u have the same problem as me.. so we will have to basically open it up.. and i dont know how to

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Make sure your device that is playing the music is Stereo Bluetooth enabled. If it is only mono bluetooth as most things are then it will not play out of both headphones it will just think it is a phone call and play it through one ear.

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Make sure it is plugged in all the way, is the device your plugging it into stereo, or mono, if mono, then its only going to come out one side, it also may be a broken wire

Posted on Jul 25, 2008

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