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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by stevetrang, Aug 9, 2010.

  1. stevetrang

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    I left my iPhone because I hated whenever I dialed and got an immediate call failure. It wouldn't even attempt to dial out. Now I have my Evo, and it dials out all the time, but about 5% of the time, I don't hear the ringing or the other end. I've had it happen where the person on the other line is frustrated with me because they think I'm prank calling to them.

    Has this happened to anyone else? Dial out but nothing in the ear piece? If so, did you find a fix?
     

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    does this happen calling only certain people?
     
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    Make sure you don't have google talk enabled. When you dial out a prompt will come up and ask to dial out with your number or your google voice number. I doubt it but this may be the problem.
     
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    I've had it happen to the same person, but there isn't much rhyme or reason because it will work later. Also, it's happened calling cells and land lines.
     
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    I have google talk disabled, but it comes back on its own some times. I don't think this is the problem either, because if it was, the 2nd or 3rd try shouldn't work.
     
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