FAULTY SPEAKERPHONE - If you don't use speakerphone, you might want to check itSupport


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  1. jodaboda

    jodaboda Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    After a couple attempts, I just decided the N1 speakerphone was garbage. I could hear the other person fine, but they said it was very difficult to understand me. I made a recording on my voicemail, using speakerphone, and it is indeed very difficult to understand. It's a garbled/underwater type of thing.

    For a couple weeks, I assumed it was just that the phone was designed poorly. But my friend got an N1, so we did some comparisons. His speakerphone sounds fine (not a Nokia, but way better than my N1).

    So I'm returning it to HTC for a swap.

    This is just a heads-up to people who maybe don't use the speakerphone (those who do, already know if they have a bad one or not). If you think you might someday sell the phone, you probably want all of its features working correctly, and may want to consider RMA.
     

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  2. Gephorian

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    I think it might be a software problem. I was using my speakerphone the other night and my friend claimed that I was using a voice changer... I turned off the speaker and turned it back on, same thing. I turned off the speaker and tried to use the regular setup, and it was still wonky. I had to restart it to make it work again.
     
  3. jodaboda

    jodaboda Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I was hoping it was a software problem, but restarting isn't solving the problem. If I could avoid swapping out my phone for a new one, and having to reinstall apps and settings, I certainly would...
     

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