1. EG8196's Avatar
    Does anyone have the same issue?
    I can hear my own voice/breathing noise during call (wind noise when outdoor), which is very annoying.

    But I don't have this problem when I am using Skype or other VOIPs

    Thank you very much
    11-23-2012 08:42 PM
  2. inteller's Avatar
    dont breathe through your mouth...?
    11-23-2012 10:22 PM
  3. MaulerX's Avatar
    Are you wearing a headset?
    11-23-2012 10:33 PM
  4. EG8196's Avatar
    no, I just use the earpiece
    11-23-2012 10:48 PM
  5. Harish Rao's Avatar
    I have this issue! I am using the third Lumia920 (first one bought on the day it was released and exchanged in couple of days and second one exchanged through AT&T warranty division for third one). All of the phones had/has issue with this and its frustrating. Today, the representative from AT&T warranty division called to see if I had received my third phone and she asked me 'are you outside in breeze?' I said "if you could hear that its ok, but if I am also hearing it, its a problem!". Not sure if it's the AT&T network or the handset? If I sit in the car and turn the AC/Heater on, the blow of wind through the vent can be heard on the phone! Strange, never happened with any of my old phone!
    I am confused! I want Lumia 920, but if this problem is not fixed, I am going away from Nokia for the rest of my life. I feel sad if I do that, but I need to move on!
    11-24-2012 12:50 AM
  6. EG8196's Avatar
    I have this issue! I am using the third Lumia920 (first one bought on the day it was released and exchanged in couple of days and second one exchanged through AT&T warranty division for third one). All of the phones had/has issue with this and its frustrating. Today, the representative from AT&T warranty division called to see if I had received my third phone and she asked me 'are you outside in breeze?' I said "if you could hear that its ok, but if I am also hearing it, its a problem!". Not sure if it's the AT&T network or the handset? If I sit in the car and turn the AC/Heater on, the blow of wind through the vent can be heard on the phone! Strange, never happened with any of my old phone!

    I am confused! I want Lumia 920, but if this problem is not fixed, I am going away from Nokia for the rest of my life. I feel sad if I do that, but I need to move on!
    I am not alone.....
    But I don't have this issue if I make a call from Skype or other VOIP
    11-24-2012 12:57 PM
  7. alogde#WP's Avatar
    i also have it, i personally think its to help you hear in these situation, some feature like select voice monitoring which i have on my tritton headset so that i can hear my own voice
    11-24-2012 07:53 PM
  8. GSOgymrat's Avatar
    When the iPhone had problems with reception Apple said they were holding the phone wrong, so Apple's solution to your problem would probably be you should stop breathing.

    I have not had the problem you describe.
    11-24-2012 08:01 PM
  9. TMavC5's Avatar
    Try to reduce the volume to 8 of 10

    Does anyone have the same issue?
    I can hear my own voice/breathing noise during call (wind noise when outdoor), which is very annoying.

    But I don't have this problem when I am using Skype or other VOIPs

    Thank you very much
    11-24-2012 08:04 PM
  10. Harish Rao's Avatar
    Well if one of the phones had that issue it's understandable! This is the third phone I have got in last 15 days and each had the same problem. I tried reducing the volume as low as 5 and things remain the same. Reset the phone, changed the simcard and restarted the phone, but no use! The most annoying thing is, if I have to take a call while in car, I need to turn the heater/ac off as the air blow from vents can be heard on the earset. Not sure if it has to do with the ****ty AT&T network or the phone itself?
    And, I don't face this problem on every call, rather sometime when I am in crowded place, like yesterday I was in mall and today I attended a call in football stadium. So I am kind of confused! I love Nokia and love my Lumia 920, hope they can fix it.
    11-24-2012 08:18 PM
  11. erzhik's Avatar
    stop breathing.
    F15 Ranger likes this.
    11-24-2012 08:38 PM
  12. MaulerX's Avatar
    If you are using a headset then it's a feature. I personally love it.



    You see, when you use an in-ear stereo headset, your ears feel clogged and because you can't hear yourself like you normally do, you tend to overcompensate by talking louder. What this feature does is that it allows you to hear yourself so that you can talk in a more natural way. I think it's great. Now, if you have the mic to close to your mouth then yes, you will get the extra breathing sound. Just don't put it to close to your mouth and you'll be ok.
    gaurav rana likes this.
    11-24-2012 08:49 PM
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