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Old 01-21-2008, 04:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, ive noticed that since I have my curve (8310), I get pickup sound through my desktop speaker (there very sensitive: pick up sound from my mike but even from my wireless mouse) everytime am about to receive a call or a msg text (a good second before the first ring) but also at random times(at which point am like well whos calling but there no one=/). Is this normal?

My friend has the same thing on his phone&desktop but only whe he received thing while I also get it random.

Note: didnt have thoses sounds before but I was on cdma (bell) and now on gsm (rogers)
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Hi, ive noticed that since I have my curve (8310), I get pickup sound through my desktop speaker (there very sensitive: pick up sound from my mike but even from my wireless mouse) everytime am about to receive a call or a msg text (a good second before the first ring) but also at random times(at which point am like well whos calling but there no one=/). Is this normal?

My friend has the same thing on his phone&desktop but only whe he received thing while I also get it random.

Note: didnt have thoses sounds before but I was on cdma (bell) and now on gsm (rogers)

That has happened to me as well on GSM and iDEN, some type of clicking noise.
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Wirelessly posted (BlackBerry8320/4.3.1.19 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1 VendorID/100)

Its simply a function of the device searching for signal. Its normal for phones, especially gsm
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It's normal. All GSM based devices cause a decent amount of RF interference with nearby speakers and other electronics.
You'll get used to it... we all do.
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Wirelessly posted (8320: BlackBerry8320/4.2.2 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1 VendorID/100)

Its normal.. I used to notice that a lot with my 7105 (GPRS) but not so much with my pearl or curve (EDGE)
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Yes, your phone is most likely the source of this. The random events are when the device is checking in with the network or if you have an application running that interacts with the web. Just move the device away when possible.
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Why Your BlackBerry Causes Speakers to Buzz | Advice and Opinion
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Nice article and thank for the answers guys. Anyway I dont see it much as a problem I only dont like the random ones that make you wonder: did the phone dropped a call by himself?
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did the phone dropped a call by himself?
Himself?
Don't you mean itself?

I've heard of people becoming attached to their devices... but referring to it as a person is a little nutty.
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english isn't my first language so am good at making littles mistakes likes thoses. Anyway am quite positive am better in english but most english people are in french
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