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No sound My galaxy just stopped making noise. it transmits and recieves, but nothing comes out of the speaker. i havent oened it to look or hooked it up to an external speaker either.

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  • molsonmuscle Jan 03, 2008

    ok. i have it hooked up to an external speaker, it works fine. but nothing out of the onboard speaker. must be blown.



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It must be a bad internal speaker, but also check the external speaker jack for broken solder. Good Luck
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