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Caller can`t hear me

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by mncollyer, Nov 9, 2010.

  1. mncollyer

    mncollyer Well-Known Member
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    Several times when making a call the person on the other end can not hear me, has anybody else experienced this? :thinking:
     

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  2. LECTER

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    Yes and it's annoying as hell!!

    I blame it on the network connection.
     
  3. jay_kay

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    Never had it on mine but the Missus has on her Desire. Where she works it is a really bad signal though so I do think it is network related.
     
  4. mncollyer

    mncollyer Well-Known Member
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    Which networks are you on I am on Orange and normally have a strong signal wherever I am.

    Mark
     
  5. quide

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    Hi,
    This is not a network problem. I had my HTC desire with both UZO (tmn-meo) and Rede 4 (Optimus) ( 2 different Portuguese networks) for long time, and both had this issue.
    HTC desire is simply very bad.
    Now that I have updated to AOKP vj with android 4.2.2 and it started to do this all the time I phone someone...!
     
  6. mccririck

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    Sadly mine does this too. Time to upgrade...to a Lumia 920 I think...
     
  7. Hadron

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    Well I never had this when I used my Desire.

    You guys do realise that the last post in this thread, before yesterday, was 3 1/2 years ago?
     
  8. quide

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    Of course, I've noted! But I still use this old HTC desire mobile, don't have another and don't want to buy another.
    Searching Google for this problem sent me to this forum thread, and I update it with my truth.
    This is a good phone if the calls just worked Without problems.

    Sorry, I don't understand this problem that I recurrently see raised in many foruns of answering to old posts. Some forums block old posts! Do you want instead for me to open a new thread (not!) Or give up fixing my phone because it has more than 3 years?

     
  9. Hadron

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    No, no need to open a new thread :)

    Sometimes we point it out just because people address a comment or solution to previous posters when the people have long moved on to other devices.

    Unfortunately I can't suggest a solution because my Desire never had this problem in the 3 years I used it.
     
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