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Defy earpiece begining to fail (T-mobile US)

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11th January 2011, 11:48 PM |#31  
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As we can see from the video, it seem that, as i before posted, the defy call-speaker it's not soldered, so it's really possible that it is only a contact problem, but i'm not able to clearly see from the video where are the contact pins of the call-speaker on the mainboard...

can you pls tell me the time code where you saw the earpiece?
 
 
11th January 2011, 11:53 PM |#32  
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So, been asking around a bit and it seems that, in the UK at least, the instructions being given to retailers is that there is a known issues with the earpiece that is affecting some Defy handsets.
Apparently they're saying to send the phones back to Motorola to be dealt with.

That's a bit unusual.
12th January 2011, 10:42 AM |#33  
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can you pls tell me the time code where you saw the earpiece?

Here the screen of the frame where i suppose is the earpiece.


At the left you can see two pins and i think that is the earpiece, but i haven't high quality photos, so i can't be sure of that...
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12th January 2011, 03:06 PM |#34  
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I spoke with a Tmo (USA) rep and they asked me to pull the battery and look at the small sticker towards the top of the compartment. They were looking for either a blue dot or “BP” in the text above “made in China”. It seems that if your phone has either of these, you are in the clear...
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12th January 2011, 09:58 PM |#35  
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I spoke with a Tmo (USA) rep and they asked me to pull the battery and look at the small sticker towards the top of the compartment. They were looking for either a blue dot or “BP” in the text above “made in China”. It seems that if your phone has either of these, you are in the clear...

Interesting.. I'll have to check and report back. I have mine since the day before Thanksgiving, and it's fine. Thanks for the tip.
12th January 2011, 10:31 PM |#36  
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Interesting.. I'll have to check and report back. I have mine since the day before Thanksgiving, and it's fine. Thanks for the tip.

Checked mine. It has the BP there. I'm happy now that I don't have to worry! *crosses fingers*
13th January 2011, 04:16 AM |#37  
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From forum manager on the non-us motorola forum:

"Motorola is aware of a small number of DEFY users who have experienced lost audio through the phone ear-piece speaker. We have identified the source of this issue and have resolved the issue in production. Any consumer who experiences this problem should contact a Motorola customer support centre - here are our contact details.


U.K. Email: https://motorola-global-en-uk.custhe...direct/ask/p_c ountry_code/GB


U.K. Phone: https://motorola-global-en-uk.custhelp.com/app/call



If you're looking for support outside the U.K. Please visit the Support site for your region, Choose Mobile Phones and then check the "Contact Us" link in the left column to contact us directly.



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13th January 2011, 04:30 PM |#38  
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Checked mine. It has the BP there. I'm happy now that I don't have to worry! *crosses fingers*

If you have a BTxx or BFxx or see a Blue Dot on your phone's label beneath the battery door you can have confidence that your device is not affected by this issue as long as you are still able to connect a Bluetooth or Wired Headset and the issue goes away. If the issue does not go away with a Bluetooth or Wired accessory then you have a separate issue.

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13th January 2011, 04:45 PM |#39  
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So, is it possible that isn't a pin-contacts issue?
13th January 2011, 06:13 PM |#40  
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If you have a BTxx or BFxx or see a Blue Dot on your phone's label beneath the battery door you can have confidence that your device is not affected by this issue as long as you are still able to connect a Bluetooth or Wired Headset and the issue goes away. If the issue does not go away with a Bluetooth or Wired accessory then you have a separate issue.

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I also have BF.
13th January 2011, 07:50 PM |#41  
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Motorola is shipping me a brand new replacement unit under the condition that I ship my old phone back to them after I receive the new unit. All shipping costs are covered by them, the replacement has shipped with next day delivery.

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