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If you have a standard cell phone, the problem is likely your volume button.
The volume button controls the ringer loudness, and the same volume controls all of your calls incoming.
If your ring tone is loud, probably your volume is turned down for you to hear.
The same button controls both functions.
To change it, next time someone calls you, try pressing the volume button to "louder" WHILE they are talking to you.
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When you are talking to someone, you can increase or decrease the incoming voice through Volume key. Press the volume Up to increase volume.
Remember volume will increase or decrease only if you ore on a call.
this phone has many different volumes to play with, one of them is the volume for, when your calling someone, simply, when you call someone, press the volume up button, and you should hear the person louder
On most mobile phones this is a setting hidden somewhere in the "Settings" or "Options" menu, but the easiest way to to fix it is with a simple phone call. While you are currently on a call with another person, you can turn the speaker volume up using the same button to turn up the ringer volume.
Note that this will only work if you try to turn up the volume while the phone on the other end is ringing or you are currently connected on a call.