I recently upgraded my cell phone to a Verizon Wireless Motorola Droid, and got constant complaints on the quality of my calls. It always sounded fine to me, but I was told I sounded muffled, like I was in a fishbowl.
I did some research online… Now, I don’t recommend anyone actually go into the programming menu of your phones, if you do so it’s at your own risk…
That said, to fix the Motorola Droid muffled voice problem:
- Dial ##PROGRAM (which is ##7764726) and hit send
- Enter 000000 as the password and click Verify.
- Go to Vocode and Change it from EVRC to EVRC-B. Apply this, and exit the programming menu.
Your phone will reboot, and hence forth, sound much better to those you’re calling.
This information is offered with no support, warranty or any sort of promises.
I’ve decided to take up a new hobby… Tomorrow I well try my hand at brewing my own beer, and truth be told, I’m very excited. I’m like, school-girl giddy the night before Christmas. (Speaking of which, that “night before Christmas and all through the house” stuff… There couldn’t have been kids living in that place, cause as I recall, there was plenty of stirring the night before. I don’t think I actually got any sleep the night before Christmas until I was about seventeen! I call BS on that whole story. …yes, I find that part the most unbelievable thing about the whole story, the reindeer and the fat guy picking his nose to fly up the chimney, I have no problem with)
I’ve never done this before, although I’ve watched my brother do it about ten years ago. ugh. actually it must have been closer to 15 years ago, cause I was not even close to old enough to sample. God, I’m getting old…
I’ve been watching lots of youtube videos on it though, and I’m fairly confident that we should be able to get it done easily enough.
I’ll be documenting the whole process to share when I’m done. Hopefully we don’t smurf this up too badly! 🙂
Someone did the work for me on this one…