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hi im josh a mobile phone technician in cebu phils, may i help you? Friend if that would be your prblem that your speaker won't work then that is very simple.A speaker is a hardware in the cellphone that cannot be damage easily but always be foreseen as damage because it is very sensitive especially when the phone was dropped. Friend the problem of your speaker is only a disconnection the filament of the speaker to the board is disconnected or misaligned. all you have to do is firmly screwed the phone properly and dont use casing the may tighten very much your phone coz this may cause disconnection.just tighten firmly correctly the screw of the phone.it will solve the problem. good luck. vote me so that i will know if i helped you so.thanks
it can be two things causing this, the flex cable has gone bad and needs replacing (refer to http://www.fixya.com/support/t958388-lg_8500_phone_screen_gone_blank_fixed ) among the blank white screen and camera button issues I also lost the speaker. I could only hear using the head phones that plugged into the charger/data port. The other possibility, and I am not fully sure about this cause myself is that something (dust, dirt, or another foreign object) has gotten into the charger/data port and is causing the phone to think it has a head set attached to it. This is what my girlfriend told me that the verizon sales person said about her lg 8550 and fixed it by cleaning out the port. She could also only hear using her headset as well.