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Try turning off noise cancellation in dialer settings


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I was looking for the same sort of thing; android smartphone that can use tariff-free landline for incoming/outgoing calls at home (ie smartphone as a cordless landline extension). So far I have run across the Panasonic KX-PRW120 which is a DECT phone that use WiFi to connect to the associated android Smartphone Connect app (Google Play). Not decided ...


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PhoneOmega looks promising for this job P.S. I am co-creator of this app.


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Unfortunately the response is "it depends". If the modem is used by the Radio Interface Layer (RIL), i.e. it is in use by the system, no, unless you stop the ril daemon. You can stop it by using the "service stop rild" command from the android shell. Stooping the RIL will prevent all functionalities depending by the phone framework to work: receiving, ...


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I advise you to do factory reset of your device as the problem sounds to be software related. If your mic was to be alright, even the voice mail wouldn't have worked.


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You could try an app like this. I haven't tried it myself, but the description seems to fit your needs.


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I lived with this problem for a few months but eventually I hit my breaking point. Searched Google & tried other suggestions for fixes I realized I just wasted way too much time... So I came up with a plan of my own: ripped the phone apart unplugged the sensor from the board turned the phone on to test & it worked! I have an S4 and on my ...


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Your question is a touch confusing, especially due to the use of the word 'ringtone', but I think this is the crux of what you are asking: I just want to change the sound when I place a call and it rings while waiting for the other party to pickup. The answer is no. That sound is generated by the communications network, and your phone is just playing ...


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There are three reasonable possibilities: Your phone has a problem, most likely hardware. Your service provider is having problems. Your phone is not fully compatible with your service provider. Possibility #1 is the most likely. To check for #2, call your service provider and see if they are having issues. To check for #3, ask your provider if your ...



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