Family has two (2) of these phones (1 black, 1 red). Both phones seem to cause the person being called to hear a loud (relayed to us as "earsplitting") noise (kind of like an old microwave oven metallic squeal). This can happen upwards of 8-10 minutes into a call, then happens periodically thereafter. (Our son won't even talk to us anymore on either of the phones, will "use" his minutes and call us back on our landline instead.) AT&T has not been able to resolve, is going to replace one of the phones (had insurance in the package) but not the other. Not happy with this development. Have liked the phone otherwise.
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May 4, 2010 - I have heard clicks while talking to some of my friends across the country ... in use and i hear a crackilng sound.. what is going on... im not a criminal....... Even on my cell phone i will hear unidentified beeping and random dial ...
Not unless the phone as 2 lines but u have to call the both people or the person you called can but it go's both ways you just have to press the talk button then call someone then press talk again then call that person then press talk again and you all three should be on the same line
since the other person can hear you well, i dint think there is a problem with the battery.. there might be a problem with the network, or the handset.. its good that u check it out withthe manufacturer, if it has a customer cover.. good luck!!
Friend you need to change your speaker if faulty but try to tighten the
casing firs to aovid dis contact because when lossing contact may cause
the same problem.check also your casing if not to tight.cause it may
cause disconnection of the speaker to the board.good luck
I have an actual solution... I went to motorola site and found this...
Have questions about your cell phone/mobile device or Bluetooth headset?
Call Centers are open from Monday through Friday from 7.00 a.m. to
10.00pm; Saturday and Sunday 9.00 a.m. To 6.00 p.m. (CST)
Please call Motorola customer service at: 1-800-331-6456
When I called I did a quick song and dance with the auto system (just say agent and it goes away) and explained to a "foreign" sounding gentleman what my issue was and after wasting about 5 minutes of my time attempting to get it to work he said they (Motorola) was going to upgrade my headset to the H710 for free. According to him I should have my new headset in less than a week. We shall see.