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What can't you find? The mute button or the iPhone? Makes a difference. If its the mute you may have the phone on silent mode. You wouldn't hear it ring or anything but you would be able to hear music, etc.
If headphones work, Try plugging your headphones in and out really quick a few times.
Sometimes the sensor in there gets screwed up and thinks there are
This is a common problem.
There should be no way to mute music without the volume keys. The other option I would check is going into settings. and make sure your "media volume" isnt all the way down. That could be the only problem I could see.
if you go to the bios (restart computer and press del to go to setup) you should be able to look around and find the option for internal speaker. Set that option to disable and do not change anything else unless you know your way around. Save it and restart afterwards and it should disable the internal speakers.
In order to check your mobiles capability to modulate sound just put your headphone. If you are able to hear the speech through headphone then the problem is with your speaker. If unable to get the speech the problem is with main pcb itself and to repair that you will have to go to service center it will be costly but if you are able to hear through headphone then it will be cheap.
Hey, you have 3 slot in your soundcard,one is for headphones or speaker, so you have to replace or unplug your speaker from the soundcard and replace it with headphone.you have to choose, not unless your speaker have a slot for your headphone.
This sounds like a problem with your connection for your headphones. Your headphone jack on your notebook is stereo, which means that you need stereo headphones to make it work. If you look at the tip of your plug on your headphone cord, it will have 1 black ring, or 2 black rings. 1 black ring is mono, 2 black rings is stereo.
If you are using stereo headphones, and you're still having this problem, your headphone plug is not going all the way into the jack on your notebook. Press the plug all the way into the jack and the problem should be fixed.
If you physically cannot push the plug all the way into the jack, there may be a problem with the jack on your notebook that will need to be looked at.
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You can try to go into your setting and do a master reset, that will reset anything you may have accidently pressed but it sound like your speaker is blown.,Hopefully your phone is less than a year old, you can contact your cellular provider for warranty exchange