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Old 01-05-2009, 03:40 PM
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Hear myself in the receiver while on phone calls

I have Audio Parra Lite installed.

When I am on phone calls, I hear myself and any background noise in my earpiece, making it harder to hear the phone call. The person on the other end of the phone hears me fine, but I struggle to hear them and hear myself loud and clear.

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Re: Hear myself in the receiver while on phone calls

Yeah unisnstall that joint my man, and try the other version of Audiopara or the srwow app
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Re: Hear myself in the receiver while on phone calls

I have this 'echo effect' from time to time, and I don't have anything special installed. If I hang up and redial the number, it is usually gone. I've been blaming it on a poor connection, especially since I had the same problem (but much more often) with my last phone - a dinosaur that was actually JUST a phone (Oh my - the shock, the horror, the shame )
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Re: Hear myself in the receiver while on phone calls

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Yeah unisnstall that joint my man, and try the other version of Audiopara or the srwow app
What is this SRWOW app?
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Re: Hear myself in the receiver while on phone calls

I have been experiencing the same issue, i answer the call and hear myself clearly but not the caller. The caller hears me fine so its the same. I too would like to know what and where we can get the SRWOW app?
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