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Once you take the call hit the button that lowers the volume. It should lower to ur desired setting. You could also do this from the settings. Got to ur settings. Go to volume or sound. Then go to call volume.this will set it as ur desired item call volume.
Volume keys: These keys allows you to turn up or down the volume of the ringtone and the speaker. Press these keys to turn the volume display on, and to change the volume. To lower the volume of the ringer during an incoming call, press the down volume key to the desired volume, or until the option changes to Vibration All Activated. The volume keys can also be used to scroll up or down to navigate through the different menu options. These keys are also used when the Music Player is active. While on call turn on the speaker and increase the volume with the Volume Key.
I have the reverse problem. Callers can hardly hear me.
I saw a setting in the headunit that allows you to specify where the audio plays for incoming calls. You can choose the Left Front Speaker, the Right Front Speaker or Both. Check the manual and make sure its set to both.
i had a similiar person who came to me with the same speaker problem try takin ur case of and where ur speaker is that u put up to ur ear clean it out with a soft cotton bud slightly damp otherwise go to ur nereast mprc ( mobile phone repeair company) they r very competitave it cost the person 25 pound and they did it while he waited if u want the numbers let us know