I hate to sound obvious but have you checked the volume setting? Took me a few days to realize they were there - I almost never read the manual. :) The two volume keys are on the left of the phone as you look at the screen. Hope this helps.
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its hardware fault.your speaker is not working.try to disassemble the phone,check the speaker interface if there is a corrossion,clean the interface and assemble your phone again.try to make a call.if still not working replace your speaker.
i had this happen to me recently and found out whats wrong the phones kinda slow and thinks the headphones are still plugged in and if you take out the battery and put it back in it saves that you had somthing plugged in and dosent help. For some people they can fix this as easily as plugging the headset back in and pulling it out slowly but for me this didnt work so what i did is, i turned on pocket tunes and you souldnt hear anything and make sure your sound is turned on, then take a small pin and stick it in the headphone jack and wiggle it around untill you hear somthing and then quickley pull out the pin. Hope this helps
I've had a Centro for 3 months and its such a let-down. Not only does the other caller find that my voice comes and goes randomly during calls but, like you, the battery started playing-up.
You'll find that a hard reset will bring the battery life back up. Hard reset clears EVERYTHING, so backup. To hard reset, remove and replace the battery while holding down the red, drop-call button until you are prompted to hard reset.
You'll find the battery life is bertter again, at least for a couple weeks...
just need a new earpiece speaker or it simply needs to be adjusted into place. If there is no repair shop around you or you do not want to mess with it, then just buy a $20 bluetooth headset to bypass the whole earpiece.
I had a frustrating problem, maybe the same.. No sound in or out of the phone, no "Speakerphone" or headset icons showing up on the "dialing" screen. after much frustration, hard and soft resets, etc. it turned out that an annoying and unwanted "voice dial" program had turned itself on and was screwing things up. I had to set it to "Never" use voice dial, now all is back to normal.