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    Hello.

    I have just bought the Hummer H5 IP67 phone and I have problem with sound and volume and echoes. It has android 4.2.2. Any suggestions?

    Thanks.
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    Default Re: Hummer H5

    Quote Originally Posted by AC Question View Post
    Hello.

    I have just bought the Hummer H5 IP67 phone and I have problem with sound and volume and echoes. It has android 4.2.2. Any suggestions?

    Thanks.
    Hello. Do the sound problems happen with or without headphones? Does it happen when you make calls, listen to music, etc.?
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    Hi.
    The echo is the main problem. I don't hear it in my H5 phone, but the caller on the other side hears his echo.
    The volume of the FM radio is the second problem. I can not adjust it. For the videos and music with or without headphones the volume up/down works.

    Thank you...
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    Hi,

    I have the same problem,

    Someone can help?

    Thanks
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    If the echo isn't on the carrier's end (it's possible for the carrier's circuitry, especially once the call drops down to copper, to cause an echo in one direction, the other direction or both), then the phone is poorly designed.

    As far as the FM volume, that's probably the way it was designed, bypassing the volume controls.

    In either case, if it's in the phone's circuits, there's nothing you can do about it.

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