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    I know that this issue has been brought up many times in the past, but everytime i'm talking with someone on the phone with my Verizon 650, they always complain about being able to hear a loud annoying echo of themselves, even with the earpiece volume turned all the way down or using a handsfree headset. I just received a replacement phone from Verizon and it still has the same issue. I read that Palm fixed this with a firmware update, but the latest Verizon firmware is only at 1.04, and looking at the updates (compared to the other carriers) there is nothing about fixing sound/voice issues, so I don't know what to do. Is there anything I can do or is anyone else experiencing this problem that could give me any tips to stop it from happening? It's becoming quite annoying...
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    I had it with the 600, but luckily not with my 650 now. Good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by akudaikon
    I know that this issue has been brought up many times in the past, but everytime i'm talking with someone on the phone with my Verizon 650, they always complain about being able to hear a loud annoying echo of themselves, even with the earpiece volume turned all the way down or using a handsfree headset. I just received a replacement phone from Verizon and it still has the same issue. I read that Palm fixed this with a firmware update, but the latest Verizon firmware is only at 1.04, and looking at the updates (compared to the other carriers) there is nothing about fixing sound/voice issues, so I don't know what to do. Is there anything I can do or is anyone else experiencing this problem that could give me any tips to stop it from happening? It's becoming quite annoying...
    I've had some success in dealing with this issue by using VolumeCare to lower the microphone sensitivity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Gamble
    I've had some success in dealing with this issue by using VolumeCare to lower the microphone sensitivity.
    I've tried using VolumeCare and according to the people I was talking to, it didn't seem to have much of an effect on the problem.

    Is it true that this issue was fixed by a firmware update for some? If so, is there any way we can figure out what update it was and what it did to figure out how to fix this problem for good?

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