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Can't hear people In Call

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I bought my mpx200 off ebay preflashed with the 2003 rom.

I had a 2002 Rom version before from Orange, but it got stolen. So far 2003 has been extremely usable however,

I can no longer hear people during calls. As far as I can tell there is only one speaker in the mpx200? If I switch to speaker phone it's fine, if I use handsfree it's fine (no surprise there), all system sounds, mp3's etc playback fine.

Any ideas as to what the problem might be? I just dont understand why everything else works perfectly.



EDIT: Having searched in more detail, one post mentioned there are infact 2 speakers in the mpx200, so I'm thinking this is most probably a hardware issue. Any thoughts?

Edited by nxsfan

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Yep sounds like possible hardware and the connector may have become dislodged.

The MPX200 does have two speakers and you can see them in my pinned topic in this section.


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