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  Reply # 381349 17-Sep-2010 16:36
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The front speaker is most likely buggered... Not sure how it could happen...

Option 1: Send it away for repair

Option 2: Get a new phone

Option 3: Get a bluetooth headset and wait for HTC Desire HD or HD7 to come out

I'm inclined towards Option 3, I'm interested to hear people's opinion though......

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  Reply # 381355 17-Sep-2010 16:57
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you will look like an android with your inear blue LED blinking away :) and once you get your phone you'll have an android to :) quite the couple you will make :)

There are some very sexy devices on the road map globally, I just hope we manage to get a good selection of them!






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  Reply # 381361 17-Sep-2010 17:08
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I really don't want knowingly buying an older phone like Nexus One or Galaxy S when I know something like HTC Desire HD should be just around the corner...

So I guess I may have to put up with people laughing at my cyborg look! :D



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  Reply # 381819 19-Sep-2010 11:18
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Just did a factory reset this morning... That didn't fix the problem with the front earpiece...

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