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Phone has been dropped and now I have a problem hearing the people I call. Volume is set properly

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  1. Click the 'Start' menu in your taskbar, and highlight 'Settings.'
  2. Select 'Control Panel.'
  3. Locate 'Sounds and Audio Devices' in the Control Panel, and double-click the icon.
  4. Open the 'Volume' tab, and click 'Advanced...' in the 'Device volume' section.
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Can you adjust the volume at which your callers hear you?

Hi no im afraid you cant do this the only way they can hear you louder is to turn the volume up on their phone, their is no setting you can change on yours to change the volume they hear you so it would be the settings on their phone that needs changing.

how ever if they can hear everybody else perfectly and its just your phone they cant hear then this would point to the fact that your mic on your phone is faulty or got wet and this is causing your voice to seem really quiet apart from that being at fault their is nothing you can do or change.

try ringing a few people and ask them if they can hear you properly if they can then its your friends phone thats at fault but if they all say they cant hear you then this would suggest your mic needs replacing and this would need to be done at a phone shop as it requires special tools to get the phone apart and replace the part that needs replacing.

let me know if you need further assistance ok

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