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in call volume error in 4.2.2 on Xperia ZR!

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in call volume error in 4.2.2 on Xperia ZR!

There is some issue with call volume.

Whenever i reboot my phone the incall volume get reduced by itself although in volume bar count it shows full (7) but actually it had reduced.

Then to re increase the volume i first press the volume down key and volume get set to 6 (increased as compared after restart) then volume up key to get back to 7.

If i directly press volume up key The volume doesn't increase.

This doesn't happen when volume is set at 6.
I m using bright mode.
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Re: in call volume error in 4.2.2 on Xperia ZR!

will some one reply about this problem, what can i do?
i already repaired the OS via PC companion!!

please respond!!
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Re: in call volume error in 4.2.2 on Xperia ZR!

uliwooly or any other person.. will anybody see this thread...
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Re: in call volume error in 4.2.2 on Xperia ZR!

Its probably a bug, I don't have the ZR (I have the Z) perhaps another user with a ZR can post regarding this 




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