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[Q] No earpiece sound on stock KitKat 4.4.2

OP ryotaru

11th June 2014, 09:38 AM   |  #11  
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Well, my SoundAbout trial ended and the problem is back. I'm wondering if there is something in the android script or whatever that would "fix" this before ponying up for the Pro version of SoundAbout. Sucks to have to pay to fix Sony's problem


use blackmart for pro version...!!!


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Well, my SoundAbout trial ended and the problem is back. I'm wondering if there is something in the android script or whatever that would "fix" this before ponying up for the Pro version of SoundAbout. Sucks to have to pay to fix Sony's problem

have you tried HF button widget?
A friend with an xperia ZR just had this issue also, so i was looking for an alternative to SoundAbout and came across this app.
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Thanks for the tip. Right now, I'm frustrated with 4.3 and above, so I went back to 4.2.2. I had another sound problem on KK too; when using my bluetooth headset, if the back of the phone got a little pressure (even from me bending down with the phone in my pants pocket), the bluetooth would disconnect. I would then have to tap or press on the back to get it to reconnect. I was thinking it could be a hardware issue, but I don't have the problem at all on 4.2.2
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