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Loud Squeal Heard by Called Person

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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Try calling up Samsung Mobile. If it's a known problem, you'll be able to ship it back to them and have them flash/fix it.

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