In the socket where you plug in the external earphone are bending contacts, which also switch of the speaker when you are using an earphone. Try either putting in the jack and wobbling and twisting it, or tapping the corner with your knuckle.
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That will knock of the dirt and the switch will work again
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The jack where the headphone plugs in is probably damaged. When the headphone is plugged in the internal speaker is disconnected. The switch is part of the jack and does not reconnect the internal speaker when the headset is unplugged.
HI, THIS IS VISHU HERE, IT SEEMS THAT THERE IS SOME PROBLEM IN YOUR AUDIO SOCKET.THE SOCKET WHERE WE CONNECT THE EAR PHONE , BCOZ NORMALLY WHEN WE CONNECT THE EAR PHONE ON A GOOD WORKING DEVICE IT CUTS THE AUDIO FROM MAIN SPEAKERS/MIC AND ROUTE IT TO EARPHONES , THIS FUNCTION IS PERFORMED BY METALIC CONTACTS PRESENT WITHIN THE SOCKET THE PROBLEM IS WITH THESE CONTACTS MEANS THESE CONTACTS ARE REMAINING IN CUT OFF POSITION EVEN AFTER REMOVING THE EARPHONE . TRY TO GET UR SOCKET REPLACED , HOPE IT WILL SOLVE UR PROBLEM.
Do you usually use the handsfree ear piece? Try pluggin in the handsfree ear piece and see if you can hear something. The 6515 has a known issue with the system where by the phone thinks its in handsfree ear piece mode when there isnt a ear piece plugin. Try pluging and unpluggin the ear piece until it works
The ipaq has no phone-capable speaker system. The speakers in a phone are designed to allow the user, but no others, to hear the conversation. ipaq speakers do not have this capability. Also, the speaker and microphone are on the same end of the system. If HP had intended the ipaq for phone use, they would be higher quality, and on opposite ends of the device.