Question about HTC Wildfire A3333 Cell Phone
Clueless. Using speakerphone to take calls.
Sometimes the earpiece plugs up with dirt/dust, which could potentially block enough sound that you can't hear anything through it (my HTC OneX+ is doing this, and I've been using the speaker-phone on it for months now. Someday I'll take it apart and clean it... someday...) You could try removing the casing and other components to get at the speaker and clean it up.
Your phone's earpiece could also be non-functional. I'm not sure about this particular model, but as with many HTC phones, the little earpiece speaker can usually be replaced. The hard part is actually getting to it...
Posted on Dec 11, 2014
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