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1 .You need to confirm if its the volume or the mic of your phone that has the problem.
2 .If its the mic,your callers would not hear you but you would be able to hear them.
3. You can Adjust the volume of your iPhone by depressing the volume button on the left edge of the phone, close to the top. This will cause a volume indicator to appear, superimposed over the other icons on your screen. This will increase the volume of your ringer. If you wish to adjust the volume of the phone speaker, use this button during a live phone call. You can also control the volume of your speaker when you are using your iPhone as a music player in the same manner.
4. If its the mic,remove the iPhone from the case, as your case may be blocking the device's microphone.
5. Plug the iPhone device cable into the iPhone and into the computer's USB port.
6.Launch iTunes. Click "iPhone" or the device's name in the sidebar in iTunes and click "Summary then Click "Check for Update" and "Download and Install" to update your iPhone's OS.
7. Remove the device cable after the update finishes and insert your headphone jack into the iPhone's headphones port,tap "Phone" on the home screen, tap "Contacts" and tap a contact to place a call.
8. Press the "+" button on the microphone to increase your microphone's volume.
9. If the problem persists take your iPhone to your local Apple Store for professional service.
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You may not have a choice. The jack could be loose or have a bad solder joint. If the microphone is "staticky" on this system but not on another, then increasing the volume will only increase the static.
You can try a condenser microphone. Condensers require their own power (battery) and output a MUCH higher signal. High enough for the Line-In jack.
If you are using the microphone for voice chat or internet phone or gaming or similar, I STRONGLY suggest a USB headset, such as you can get from Logitech. You wouldn't believe the quality difference.
caller iq(ID) is simply the number(or name is you have stored it) that displays when someone calls you. It is a feature available on most phones incase you do want to hide your number from the person you are calling but also mind you that it is network supported which means that some network providers do not allow you to hide your number from people you call so you wont be able to make calls at all should you hide your caller ID.
Voice enhacer(s) also works in a way to improve your audibility when you speak........it is to improve or increase your mic volume or sensitivity when you make calls. this feature is mostly not available on most handset. They mostly are made automatic to work in certain conditions. An example is like this: you are in the market place and the noise is so much that the person you are talking to on the phone can hardly hear you..............with the manual voice enhancer you can tune your mic volume to increase your audibility, but then the automatic voice enhacer will adjust to the condition(realising it is a noisy one) and will increase the mic volume for better clearity in speech.
so having a phone with such functions you are assured of a good product.
you cannot use any other drivers other than realtek, as this is what you have built into the motherboard, any other driver will not recognise the hardware you have installed.
The mic sensitivity is altered by using the volume slider and by ticking the mic boost option in the sound properties