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Nope, thats not it for me. I tried FXZing, and that did not work. I then updated to 4.4. Still didnt work. I am about done with this phone. Now after updating, touchless control isnt working. The old bugs of double home button is back, and when you FXZ it wipes your whole SD Card partition, not just the data partition, so I lost a bunch of stuff.
Anyway, once motox 2 comes out I think I am jumping ship.
Surely you could consider letting verizon exchange it? Or FDR and sell it as is? I assume you're unlocked. If so that's gonna suck to lose that. Have you tried any other roms? I mean if you've already lost everything why not try.
I had weird problems on a Galaxy nexus. Switching computers helped somewhat.
Does this phone use different microphones for speakerphone / audio /video recording?
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Well I bought it off Swappa so doubt verizon will do anything. It is a DE edition so I am going to call motorola and see if they will do anything about it.
I probably will try some new roms, just hate losing touchless control, active display, and the gestures to go straight to camera.
I have tried different apps, like instagram, to record video and still no luck with it recording sound.
If you return it you need to keep pestering them for status or they'll let it sit.
I had to return mine after it dropped dead. I was able to get a replacement, but it was kind of an odd procedure - apparently the folks who do Moto's repairs don't have a way to get new phones, and/or there aren't enough DE's cycling through to have refurbished ones on hand. They eventually told me to buy a new one from Moto's web store and cut me a check to reimburse me. I'm guessing their service is done by a subcontractor.
Ultimately I did end up with a new unit, and wasn't any poorer (they turned around the check about a week after I sent them the receipt).
I'm hoping for your case they can simply swap out the mike assembly, if I recall from one of the teardowns on the web it's a small plugin unit so they should not need to replace the motherboard.
I see no reason they shouldn't support it though, the DE's haven't been out long enough for any of them to be out of warranty.