Question about LG KG220 Cellular Phone
It may not be the speaker. Since the guy is saying that the phone works at 45 degrees and it is a flip phone the problem is obviously hardware and it is at the LCD flex cable. (these are very sensitive and crack the copper pcb tracks)
Buy a cheap one at ebay *(10$ or so) replace it and it will work. Just ground yourself for eliminating ESD damage to internal chip components of the PCB first.
Find the Service manual, working instruction or a dissasembly guide by some guy that has already done it (Often the have usefull tips).
Posted on Mar 27, 2008
Is the earpiece volume all the way up? It's on the side. With the phone open, press the top button and the volume will go up. If this doesn't work, the speaker is damaged.
Posted on Sep 22, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This ia stupid glitch with the phone, to fix it all you need to do is stick a head phone into the jack for about a minute. This somehow resets the audio setup because it doesnt have a microphone and then the audio is routed back to the speaker. I had to try this about 3 times before it workd. My phone did the same thing. Just put headphones in for a minute. :))
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
flip your phone open,look at your display screen if the speaker icon has a slash on it the speaker is muted.flip your phone closed on the top of the phone depress the left button,you must have hit it accidentally.hope that helps you. I have the same phone and that happens alot.
Posted on May 03, 2009
im a cell rep, delt with this problem before, take the back off the phone there is a white dot somewhere on there, if it's red it has water damage. if it's not your speaker for normal calling is broke, that's why you can only hear it on speakerphone and bluetooth, usually caused by water damage. there are cell phone repair shops, if you want do a search for one near you, they charge to fix the phone, but i have sent my customers there before and had their phones fixed. if it annoys you to much and you dont want to deal with it, if you have insurace i would file a claim, if not buy a phone from a friend or off craigslist or ebay, cheaper. hope i helped
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
This is not a setting problem, the problem is that the earpiece of your phone is bad that is why you cannot hear callers voice.
The speaker you put it is for the ringer, it does not have anything to do with earpiece and you can hear your caller through it.
To fix your earpiece problem because you cannot be putting your phone on speakers always because atimes you will want privacy.
To fix the earpiece problem, you will need to replace the earpiece on your phone in other for you to hear your caller. just change the earpiece as advice and you will see that the problem is solve.
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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