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Refer to manufacturer technician locally. Suggest speaker replacement. Vacuums ruin speakers. !!Danger!! Do not blow or vacuum speakers. The cause is coil displacement possible electronic disconnection.
Hi Wilma,Remove the cell's battery and then reload it again.Check user profile settings and make sure 'Silent's not the selected option.Select 'General' and then customize the settings increasing tone volumes.Make a call and after the person on the other end receives it,press on the ^ up navigation key to adjust the speaker volume.Problem solved?If not,your phone's speaker may need repair or possible changing.Have it fixed in a repair shop. Hope this helps.Thanks!Please rate this answer.
Check Windows Sound mixer for application volume. Down in system tray at right side of taskbar double click sound icon for XP or click sound icon once and click Mixer for Vista. Look through volume settings for your phone application. Make sure it is not muted and volume is up.
On most mobile phones this is a setting hidden somewhere in the "Settings" or "Options" menu, but the easiest way to to fix it is with a simple phone call. While you are currently on a call with another person, you can turn the speaker volume up using the same button to turn up the ringer volume.
Note that this will only work if you try to turn up the volume while the phone on the other end is ringing or you are currently connected on a call.
I am also using motorolla v3 razer, when I dial a number, I can't hear any sound or ring, but they can receive my call. If someone call me, the phone ring, but when I answered it, I can't hear the caller.
I have check the volume setting and call setting. What I did was reseat the phone components. Turn it off, and then remove and return the battery, memory card, and the sim card. It fixed the issue.
I hope this can fix the issue you have.