Fuzzy sound when using the phone (not speaker phone)
I work in a high dust area. Can I take the top cover off and clean the speaker? and How do I take that cover off?
I have cleaned the externail speaker with "computer air" it was full for metal shavings or metal dust. Thanks for the help.
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Sometimes the earpiece plugs up with dirt/dust, which could potentially block enough sound that you can't hear anything through it (my HTC OneX+ is doing this, and I've been using the speaker-phone on it for months now. Someday I'll take it apart and clean it... someday...) You could try removing the casing and other components to get at the speaker and clean it up.
Your phone's earpiece could also be non-functional. I'm not sure about this particular model, but as with many HTC phones, the little earpiece speaker can usually be replaced. The hard part is actually getting to it...
The screen goes off when you cover the proximity sensor with your head. On this phone its in the top of the bezel. It should come on again when you take the phone away from your head, if not, make sure the top of the phone is clean,m in particular any speaker grills are clear of dust and you aren't covering the top with with your thumb.
check to make sure ther is nothing blocking the speakers. Did you leave on the plastic covers that come with the phone. Also you can clean the speakers with a toothbrush. Do your self a favorite and get a can of air and then blow out the speakers and the mics . Make sure their is nothing inside the holes.dust does have a tendency to get in all phones. If this doesn't solve your problem their is a warranty center number inside your phone to call so you can get it replace. Hope this help
Your ringing speaker may get damaged.You will not hear in loudspeaker because when you on loud speaker its connect to ringing speaker to get you the voice loudly.You can open the cover of your phone and just press hardly in the top that your ringing speaker is situated.Then check with any ringing tone if the ringing speaker is working or not.If its work you can contact a mobile phone service center and tell him to clean the connection of your ringing speaker and mother board.
Guys- I have had the same problem with my speaker not working and it comes down to the spacing inside the phone. Some people have resolved the problem by placing a small piece of paper or credit card between the phone or the battery back. I actually took the back cover off, the battery off, and then unscrewed the 6 tiny screws to take the back of the phone off. You'll then see two small pins that act as spacers to keep the phone back off of the speaker and you can gently bend them upward a bit more and this totally worked for me. I noticed after I was using a leather pouch to hold the phone, the only way to take it out was the pinch the phone on that area, and was thus "smooshing" these pins down and not giving the speaker the appropriate spacing. You'll void your warranty by doing so - but you should be able to fix the problem.