What is the silent call bug on 2.1?General


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  1. thetingster

    thetingster Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Can someone explain to me what is happening on their phone when they experience the silent audio or silent call bug while using 2.1?

    I have been experiencing something lately and I'm not sure if it's what everyone is talking about, or a separate issue. I have noticed that while in a call... happens 2 or 3 times a day, I'm talking to someone and the phone just goes dead, like a dropped call, but no indication that the call was dropped or ended. I look at the screen and the dialer app and everything is gone. Is this what people mean when they area talking about the silent call problem?
     

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  2. John58543

    John58543 Well-Known Member

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    The one Ive read about involved call audio completely dropping out while the call is still going...

    Sounds like your issue is something different
     
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    thenestor Well-Known Member

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    The "silent call" or "audio loss" bug symptoms are all of the following:

    1. No sound in a call.
    2. No ringtones, notifications, or media sounds.
    3. Dialer lags if you're trying to enter a phone number.
    4. Battery draining quickly.
    5. Doesn't revert to normal operation until after a reboot or soft reset.

    If you have only one or two of those symptoms, you don't have the bug.

    The bug usually shows up right after a successful phone call, although you usually won't notice until you go to place the next phone call, for obvious reasons. When I had the bug, I made it a habit to press the volume rocker up and down right after a call, to make sure I didn't get the bug.

    Some have had it occur a) during a call, b) after listening to music, c) when connecting or disconnecting a headset, or d) randomly.
     

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