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      08-08-2014, 05:51 PM   #1
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Wicked "snap" noise when a phone call disconnects

So, I've made peace with the various idiosyncrasies of my new 428GC, and I have to admit the car is pretty much flawless except for some sympathetic creaks on rough roads and... this wicked snap noise from the speakers when a call disconnects - sometimes. Happens maybe 1 in 10 disconnects, I'm sure if I brought it in to show the dealer it wouldn't happen.
Anyone have this and get it fixed?
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      08-08-2014, 10:57 PM   #2
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I've got this crackling coming from speakers from time to time when playing music synced via BT. It doesn't happen very frequently and now that you mention it I don't know if it occurs after disconnecting from a phone call.
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So, I've made peace with the various idiosyncrasies of my new 428GC, and I have to admit the car is pretty much flawless except for some sympathetic creaks on rough roads and... this wicked snap noise from the speakers when a call disconnects - sometimes. Happens maybe 1 in 10 disconnects, I'm sure if I brought it in to show the dealer it wouldn't happen.
Anyone have this and get it fixed?
what phone do you have?

BTW, I have same pop sound every so often with my LG G2. Recently had software upgraded to 53.0 and it still has the pop sound.
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Samsung phone but my "pop" noise, when it happens, is loud!
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This used to happen to me with Android and a BT earpiece. I would cringe when disconnecting because I knew I was about to get a snap in my ear.

My iPhone has been flawless with the same BT earpiece, as has the car. I would suspect the phone is your problem.
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