Was wondering if people havevtge fuzzy call quality and buzzing earpiece? Got a nexus 4 in Jan and returned due to this...thinking of switching to T-Mobile and getting a nexus again is this issue resolved?
So like many, my n4 has noises coming from the earpiece, even when not making calls. The "crackling" noise or "buzzing" gets more and more obvious as call volume is increased. I asked Google for a replacement, but I am seeing some people get replacements that have the same problem.
Just wanted to share my experience w two different Nexus 4s. First one got from TMo (30 day return policy is great!!) while I waited for the play store to restock. It had the earpiece issues. It buzzed, hissed and crackled. Almost sounded like a faint modem. Happened at all times the phone was powered on. Sleeping, airplane etc.
I bought my nexus 4 two days ago and I can hear this constant static buzz coming from my earpiece during phone calls and also when the screen is locked.I tried hard reset but that did'nt solve the problem so i guess its a hardware issue..
I was wondering if any one else is experiencing this problem?
I just finished building my PC like a week ago. I just noticed there is a faint buzzing noise while playing a game (the noise also comes out from my speakers). I tried to pinpoint the noise and turns out it's coming from inside my computer.
The buzzing noise sounds like it's coming from either power supply or graphic card.
I only noticed after the recent 4.2 update that I am now able to connect my Plantronics Bluetooth earpiece from work to the tablet, before I could pair it but it wouldn't connect. I use Google voice with GrooveIP to make and receive calls on the tablet so the earpiece would be a killer addition *but* all I can get the earpiece to do is 'beep' when making a call.
For months I was happily using my Nexus 5 with a SoundID 300 earpiece. Pushing the call button went into a dialer dialog with voice prompts and responses. Suddenly a few weeks ago it started going to the Google Now (aka Google Search?) function (the one you get when you say "OK Google").
As of yesterday, my earpiece has started to crackle or pop during calls. I'm running Franco Kernel r55 and there is no gain or volume boost on the earpiece. I'm wondering if the speaker could have gone bad?
I have an ASUS 120hz monitor thats about 3 years old, and recently it started buzzing at times. I have it on an LCD arm, and in certain positions, it makes a super loud and annoying buzzing sound. If I grab the bezel on the bottom and pull forward, it kind of tightens things up so it stops, but eventually it comes back.
Has anyone else had this happen to them, and is there a permanent fix?