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Old February 29th, 2012, 08:34 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Exclamation Can't hear caller on my phone

Hi, I bought my AT&T Samsung Galaxy S2 I-777 about a week ago and it was working perfectly until a couple of days ago when it started presenting this issue. I can't hear the caller although he can hear me during a phone call (Speaker mode works and also works with headsets, but not with the receiver).

I've read this entire thread (No sound at all - Help Please!) and a couple of more and I can't seem to solve the issue.

I have tried plugging and unplugging headset violently, hard reset, cleaning the headset jack with compressed air, twisting the phone and all that with no luck.

Does anybody else has an insight on any other issue that may be causing this? The phone is practically new and I'm not sure if I need to take it to repair if it's a software/headset-jack issue that I can fix myself...

Any kind of help would be appreciated

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Old February 29th, 2012, 02:03 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Not trying to sound like an ass but have you tried turning the volume all the way up? Otherwise if purchased only a week ago demand an exchange from the store you purchased from.
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