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Mobile Reception on M60


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My sister uses bluetooth on her mobile whilst travelling the M60. She has found that between Junction 8 and Junction 10 there is always an echo in her earpiece.. She can hear herself bouncing back whenever she is on this stretch of road.

Has anyone else encountered this and could you suggest what causes it.

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techie4me

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Could be over phone masts in the area or VHF masts in the area?

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is having the volume turned too high - sound from the earpiece reaches the microphone. In your sister's case however, it's more likely to be a bad signal.

She may be able to download and install a ROM ugrade for the phone that could help.

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