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Default [Q] voice breaks during voice call ??

hi..i have viper rom installed..everytime during voice call, the voice of other party continuously breaks due to which its difficult to understand what he/she says..this problem was also on the stock rom..what can be the solution ?? is it hardware or any software issue ??
 
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could be a number of issues.
audio coming in could be a bad RX antenna, since your receiving signal to hear someone.
Could be bad noise canceling software or mic on your end not working properly.

Are you in one spot? or around the entire city? is this on speakerphone? earpiece? driving in a car? headset?
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it happens indoor as well as outdoor..even on customer care call..its on earpiece as well as loudspeaker
 
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have you tried headphones?

Sounds like a bad unit, time to send it in.
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This is a known issue and caused by sim card operator. Change your sim card with an other operators and test it.
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