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5th March 2014, 05:03 AM   |  #11  
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If you are on a kitkat based ROM you need to upgrade the firmware, I was having problems with ViperOne 5.0 and making calls as well but you must make sure and upgrade the firmware to the latest RUU then re-root phone... I hope this helps, I had this problem and this solved my issue!

bro i am on android 4.3 now...i have ran O.M.J.'s 3.05.651.6 ruu and now i am on firmware version 3.05.651.6....my baseband radio version is 1.00.20.1108...plz give me the link for latest firmware...thanxx

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Completely forgot to ask him about firmware...If everyone would upgrade firmware, radios and s-off if available there would be much less clutter around xda.

Sent from my lunar powered Inverted EclipticONE using Tapatalk 2

sir i am on android 4.3 and firmware version is 3.05.651.6 and radio is 1.00.20.1108...
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anyone plz help me??
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Why don't you update to 4.06 based 4.4.2 ROM? Maybe the radio is not liking the older 4.3 ROM. I would say RUU with the 4.06.
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Why don't you update to 4.06 based 4.4.2 ROM? Maybe the radio is not liking the older 4.3 ROM. I would say RUU with the 4.06.

was gonna offer the same advice.....
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7th March 2014, 05:11 AM   |  #15  
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Why don't you update to 4.06 based 4.4.2 ROM? Maybe the radio is not liking the older 4.3 ROM. I would say RUU with the 4.06.

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was gonna offer the same advice.....

sir i had run the 4.06 ruu (o.m.j) and still this calling problem is there,,,,i have flashed 4.06.651.4_firmware.zip not 4.06.651.4_modified firmware.zip...what should i do now??flash the modified firmware??
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plz anyone help me??
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I have this problem too. What I've found is that the noise cancellation for the HTC one is interfering only with phone calls. Speaker works fine. Here's what I did to fix it. This worked on an AOSP rom, but doesn't seem to work on Viper ROM. Below is what I posted in another thread.

Hey all,

Here's what I did to fix my Sprint HTC One

I went into system --> build.prop
I changed persist.audio.handset.mic=digital to persist.audio.handset.mic=analog
Reboot

This solved my issue after I've tried many things. Here were some temporary fixes that worked for me before I found this permanent fix:

Screaming into the microphone for around a minute. After that, the rest of the call seemed to work. Note: The microphone is on the bottom, underneath the bottom speaker.
Covering the second microphone that's on the BACK of the HTC One (you'll see it in the top right). That helped as well.

I hope this helps someone.

Cheers.

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