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Discussion in 'Hashcode D3' started by ssj11mav, Mar 2, 2012.
Read the post just before yours; this works fine with me.
That may work when placing a call, but what about when receiving one?
I have had that happen just as often. The phone would ring, I would answer it and there would be no sound.
QUOTE=nu2droid;2172471]That may work when placing a call, but what about when receiving one?
I have had that happen just as often. The phone would ring, I would answer it and there would be no sound.[/QUOTE]
Well, usually, I cancel the call while ringing, call back the one who called me, and apply this procedure.. it's really annoying yeah.
Aren't you hearing about a second of sound in the first 30 seconds of the call ? This means the dialer app can access sound hardware, but smth is blocking it, maybe deciding the app is no more granted access to audio output, or a second entity is taking audio access over the dialer (maybe a second inactive instance of the dialer working in background..). I really dont know what could be.
But we will do anything to keep ICS on our phones, won't we ? X)
I'm pretty sure this is a known issue with the CM9 build for Droid3 based on this post:
How to Eat a Hat (Droid 3 developments) … « Hash-of-Codes
one word "ALPHA"
I dont know how important bluetooth is to everyone but i found that by deleting everything relating to it off my d3 has stopped that issue. I used the root browser in rom toolbox to find anything associated with bluetooth removed it including any built in apps and havent had the problem in almost a month. Im running davros's modded gummy not cm9 but was having the samething happen since its ics based.
Reboots use to work on my phone on earlier versions, but since all the latest updates this is the only trick that works for me...