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Main speaker not working

H6365 has 2 speakers: 1.Phone speaker (front) 2.Main speaker (back) The only speaker that works on my unit is the phone speaker in the front. The ringtones, the media player are only audible from the phone speaker, which is not supposed to be as loud as the main speaker in the back. Could you please help me understand how to enable the main speaker in the back? Thanks in advance

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Just press and hold the "phone" green buttom for about 2 seconds. The main speaker is enabled. The same procedure works when during a phone call, to enable a hands-free operation, or when listening to windows media player.

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