Silence is golden, but not on a DROID

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Silence is golden, but not on a DROID
According to some Motorola DROID users who have shared their experiences on the Motorola Owners' Forum, some units have had a problem where the external speaker cuts off. Rebooting the phone usually does the trick. While Motorola has exchanged affected models for new ones, this most likely is a software related issue that could be and should be dealt with by a quick upgrade. The DROID is expected to receive a OTA firmware upgrade on December 11th, as we reported, so that would be a great time to fix the problem.

We have experienced this problem first hand on a DROID unit while watching YouTube and a quick soft reset fixed the problem, which has not returned. Seems that this has been the case for a few Forum writers. Anyone else care to share with us your story about balky speakers on the first Android 2.0 model, and how you remedied the situation?

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source: MotorolaOwners'Forum

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