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Low In-Call Volume

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All was going well the new phone till I tried to make my first call.

The in-call volume is so low I can bearer hear the other person. I've turned the volume all the way up but it's still very quiet - outdoors it's impossible to hear at all.

Has anyone else experienced this? Is there another setting I can tweak or have I got a HTC Lemon? :D

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All was going well the new phone till I tried to make my first call.

The in-call volume is so low I can bearer hear the other person. I've turned the volume all the way up but it's still very quiet - outdoors it's impossible to hear at all.

Has anyone else experienced this? Is there another setting I can tweak or have I got a HTC Lemon? :D

Did you put your protecting sheet on and forgot to remove the bit covering the loudspeaker?

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Did you put your protecting sheet on and forgot to remove the bit covering the loudspeaker?

Correct! It is I that is the lemon. I'll get my coat. :D

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Correct! It is I that is the lemon. I'll get my coat. :D

Mods, please feel free to delete this thread.

Pah, I did the same when I first got my diamond :D

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Thanks, at least I don't feel quite such an idiot now. :D

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Correct! It is I that is the lemon. I'll get my coat. :D

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Very funny!

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I know it has been a while, but does anyone still have this problem after removing the film? I got the missus to try it, and she agrees that if you tried to use the phone in an office / shopping centre environment, would be almost impossible to hear the other person. Headset is fine (BT or plugged in).

Tried switching it to speakerphone, and lowering the volume - that seems OK.

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Yes, it's the T-Mobile's official ROM! I was shocked :( with the speaker's volume when I first tried to make a call which is why I flashed my Diamond on the seventh day of my trial period. The unoffical ROM's radio is much much better!! B)

Edited by Mr Alom
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