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If its the ear speaker you need a new earpiece. If its the ringing speaker/speakerphone speaker you need one of those. Check around there are repair facilities popping up all over now... I assume it wouldn't cost over $35. If your in USA check out: www.cellphonerepair.net
the speaker in the flap stops working. so then i have to put on the
speaker and talk.I showed the phone to a mechanic, they changed the ear
flap with the ear piece but it worked fine for a few phone calls
1. Take the battery out to reset/reboot.
2. Once it powers up, plug a wired headset into it.
If you can hear through the headset fine -but not thru the ear speaker, well then its the ear speaker that has gone bad. (Hardware problem.. if its less than a year old or u have cell phone insurance, call your cell company and see if they will replace that under warranty)
You could also try speakerphone and see if that works.. if the ear speaker goes out - maybe the loud speaker will still work.
You most likely need a new Ear Speaker for your phone. You can order these online or goto a cell repair shop and have them check it. Also if the phone is under warranty it will be covered. If you replace the ear speaker and it still does not work it would most likely be the sound driver for the ear spkr. Hope this helps a little bit.
Probably the ear-speacker is dead. Cause when you turn the speaker phone mode it uses the main speaker on the back of the phone. You'd better bring it to warranty service. But firstly try doing like this: while the device is off get the battery, the
sim-card and the microSD out. Then return them to their places and turn
the device on. Sometimes it helps.