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These functions operate off of two different speakers. The ringer is basically a speaker in the rear of most phones, while the headset speaker is located in the top front portion of the phone itself. The speakers tend to blow out or break after some period of time. The good news is they are relatively easy to replace and quite inexpensive. To temporarily solve you problem you could use a corded microphone headset to continue to use the phone. This will allow you to hear and speak to your callers. You could order a speaker off of the web and pretty much replace it yourself, or take it to some shop and have them replace it. Depending on your LG model, this could cost you as little as $15.00. Let me know if you need additional help. Please provide your model number with your request.
wanna ask your phone has water damage right ??
ok,if some water has been remain at the area of charging or headset port,will make your phone show in headset mode,when i n headset mode,that why u cant hear people talking.but once u plug in headset,i sure u can hearing.it cant be solve even how many time u turn on and off your phone.
what to do ??
u should send for technician open up your phone to clean up inside.
if my solution useful,please give me rank.
DONT DO THE RESTART/ERASE CODE!!!!!!!!!!!
its a hardware problem, not software or virus.
your phone is probabluy stuck in headset mode, where you can hear the ringtone for incoming calls and alarms but not calls (without headphones).
you three real options are to (1) stick a boby pin or stylus into the jack until it leaves headset mode (2) more invasively, find a really small screw driver and open the phone(screws are under the battery cover, in the corners) and poke in the earphone jack or (3) get a new phone.
thats all i can tell you.