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Old 05-05-2006, 04:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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OK...first off, I've been reading through threads a lot lately on this board searching for various topics in reference to the 7520. I know that everyone hates when someone does not SEARCH. fear not, i have searched thoroughly and not only BlackBerryForums.com but the entire internet (googlewise anyways).

Now, to my question: I have the 7520 like I said and for some reason it seems like the speakerphone/PTT volume gets lower over time although the volume is still all the way up. The only way to remedy this that I can find so far is to turn off and then back on speakerphone. Does anyone know a permanent fix to this? It is very annoying to be riding in my car and have to jam it up to my ear to be able to hear someone in direct connect.

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anyone?
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Old 05-05-2006, 04:03 PM   #3 (permalink)
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just to let you know -- mine didn't have this problem; after 1.5 years, it is still loud enough to wake up the entire office
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Old 05-05-2006, 04:40 PM   #4 (permalink)
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yeah after a year mine is still loud and obnoxious. that's why I put it on Quiet when I am at work.
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Although I don't own a 7520, I would say your BB needs repair. How long have you had it and has it always been this way?
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i bought it new about 2 weeks ago and yes it has always done that. my dad has a 7520 as well and he says that his does the exact same thing.
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I ahve been using the 7520 for several yeras and had no such problems. I think replacement or repair of your unit will cure the problem. I have never heard of this probloem before.
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