The voice receiver on my phone is not working, I have to yell to get even get one word to be heard by the person calling me. I've tried blowing into it, and some noise is heard but not all. Please help!
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The microphone in your cell phone may be blow, this means that you will be able to hear the other person but they will not be able to hear you.
These phones are quite easy to locate and therefore spares are available. You will need to take the phone to a repairman to fix it because he will know where to get the correct microphone for that particular model and he will have the correct equipment to replace the microphone.
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SInce your voice is not heard to the calling person there is a issue in the Mic.Conatct service centre and check Mic whether it is working fine and no prolem in it .Before that there is any test for mic (refer manual) peerform it and ensure it was the problem
open pcb & select multi meter at ohmic value
check connectivity on mic pad at pcb if shows anythink connectivity just replace mic if does not shows anythink when you checked connectivity find wich contact are brokened
Method;how find wich pad are broken
place one probe of multi meter on pcb ground & check both pad of mic on pcb when does not shows connectivity on any pad of mic remember it after that arrenge other same type pcb & place any probe on mic pad that you identified & check connectivity at near about when shows on multi meter full conductivity & remember it now resold jumper between mic pad & that part that you searches in your foulty circuit board
The phones are very delicate because so uch has been given in so little space. Sometimes a small **** or a thud is bad enough to disconnect any part of the phone. It seems that your Mic has got disconnected. Please have it soldered again.
There may be many possibilities, like you have lessen your Microphone gain (Input), try to check the level during a call.
Or you software may have some corruption, try to record some sound for confirmation.
And at last your Mic unit may be faulty, replacing it would be the solution.