Question about Motorola Mobility V551
I finally figured it out! I have had the same problem. here is what to do. Make a phone-call, or when you answer a phone-call while connected press the arrow pointing to the right it will make the volume go up. I do not know why they do not publish this in their manual it took me months before I found this out.
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
There are several options: 1. phone settings - it may sound stupid, but there are several volume settings - one for the ringer, one for speaking volume, and one for the other person's volume. and each one should be adjusted seperately. 2. reception - it may be a problem of bad reception. bad antenna or something like that. 3. speaker may be faulty and should be replaced. best of luck
Posted on Apr 04, 2006
Try this out is a common problem http://www.howardforums.com/showthread.php?t=633428
Posted on Aug 24, 2007
that might be a little more work.
try your hands free, to see if you get sound
try someones else battery.
reset the phone to default.
This might help you to narrow the problem, If nothing works. you might haver to open it.
Posted on May 30, 2008
If the problem is intermittent, and is affecting multiple components we are talking about a damaged ribbon cable. This cable feeds information from the main board to the board in the flip top. if damaged, you may see these symptoms or more; flickering screen, scratching or no sound from earpiece, screen blacks out, and all the symptoms may fluctuate when the phone is opened or shut. The only reason your speaker phone still works is its placement on the device. Here is a link to a public site that ranked it the top google results.
pls rate this post as fixya and good luck!!!!!!
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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