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Sound settings need to find the sound settings, because i am unable to he the other person speaking, it is very low. it's not the speaker as that is new

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When you are talking to the other person the volume keys are the keys on the left of the phone push the up button. but it could be the speaker because the v400 was known for the speaker becomeing faulty i fixed mine from these instructions.

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