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Fix Headphones Cutting Out On HTC Sensation
According to some Sensation owners, there is an issue with music playback cutting out, or songs skipping back and forth and pausing randomly while on headphones. XDA member zmfl worked out a simple solution to correct the aforementioned problem, which occurs once headphones come in contact with the metal, you may not be aware until some months of use when the isolating paint starts to come out. The method is as simple as placing a small piece of isolating tape to avoid metal contact which causes the malfunction.
Let´s try to figure out if this is a design issue, in which case our HTC friends must be alerted, or perhaps only some isolated cases due to hard usage…Do you have this problem with your HTC Sensation? If so, please let us know your comments, surely they will be heard on Asia
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