I have... nothing super obvious but a few things to try...
I didn't think you would have time to be looking!
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Edited by Patrick73, 20 April 2012 - 08:50 AM.
So is it fixed then?
Edited by Patrick73, 20 April 2012 - 09:17 AM.
That's great, i only suggested it thinking it wouldn't work, but thanks for reporting back and thanks to bumps for recommending the spirit fm app.
I'll give it a go later when i've reinstalled all my apps - this titanium backup app is superb!!!
Edited by Patrick73, 20 April 2012 - 09:25 AM.
I'm going to leave mine on charge while at home lol. Also battery should not be to much if this one goes tits up.
Please phone them on the number I gave on my topic. Also I have been doing posts on there uk Facebook page. Plus emailing vodafone too.
Can confirm that you just need to open the Spirit app and close it again once it has loaded and the general volume goes up to optimum levels until a reboot is performed. the only downside is that the speaker is constantly emitting a low hiss. I wonder if the problem IS fixable in software or if there is a slight hardware issue that prevents any *real* fix outside of this FM hack. Huawei are not being very vocal about it. You'd think they might have made a statement and offered a timeline for some sort of patch if it were simply an issue with audio filters. Clearly we are only getting the correct levels when FM is running - the sound itself when the hack is performed almost seems like it is being transmitted over FM rather than just getting higher...that's how it seems to me anyway. Hopefully I'm just being cynical unnecessarily though.
What might have happened is like one uk tech site told me, the reviews where only at a preview, where there would be many things around them making noise. So would not have shown up as much...
It's odd that none of the reviews mentioned this problem. What changed for the retail handsets?
yeah you are right works with spirit fm radio
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