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  1. ToddD

    ToddD New Member This Topic's Starter

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    I just bought my Motorola Droid on Tuesday. Took it back on Thursday. People said I sounded muted, muffled, or in a tunnel. They gave me a brand new Droid and it is doing the same thing. When I am using my bluetooth, my fiance can hear me perfectly. I love the Droid and this seems to be the only issue.:confused:
     

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  2. DroDro

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    Does the Droid has a noise cancellation mic? Heard that it could cause a problem if you don't hold it properly (speaking from my nexus one experience)
     
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    Was your replacement a refurbished phone? If so that could be the problem. Refurbished phones arent really fixed properly. They are supposed to, but they obviously are not. my girlfriend had a phone last year, went through 6 refurbished phones that all had more problems than the original. They gave her a new model upgrade, and that phone started having problems. She's now on her 9th refurbushed replacement phone, and every one has problems. Ive read articles online that say phone manufacturers dont really fix any hardware problems when they refurbish a phone. They just clear the memory, load the OS back on, and put a new case/keyboard on them. People may disagree, but with this situation, I find it hard to believe they actually fix them properly.

    So, I would take it back and try another replacement. hopefully you will get one that actually works.
     

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