Just check your headpshone set pin connected to your cell phone...... that pin might have loosely connected.... i had same problem, i resolved by connecting it tightly.... Try it..... it may work for you
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Use an handsfree headset to confirm the working of the speakers. If there is low volume on the headset then there is fault in the motherboard- audio section. If not the fault can be with the speakers, it can be the weakness of the speakers , problem with dirt accumulation on the speaker ports or a fault in the board.
Clean and set back to confirm.
Make sure the speaker phone works. play the ringtones in the media folders if they play your phone's speaker is good, if they dont your speaker is bad.
If the speaker is good then go to the sound profiles and advanced to edit the profile of your choice... make sure it is the one you are using. Make sure it is set with ringtone volume play sound always
CUSTOMIZING YOUR PHONE VOLUME Control the volume for Ringtone, Speakerphone, Headset, and Advanced settings. Ringtone Set ringtone volume and incoming call alert options: 1. Press [Menu], then press "Settings". Press "Sounds", then press "Volume". 2. Press "Ringtone". 3. Press / to adjust the volume level. Press to select Vibrate when High is the volume level. The volume settings available are: • Silence all: All sounds are off. • Vibrate : Phone will vibrate to alert you of incoming call or message. • Off: Only the ringtone is muted. • Ringtone mode: Low, Medium, High. Tip • You can adjust the ringtone volume with the side keys.
Hope this helps. Let me know if I can help you with anything else. JimmyC
go to "settings" or "sound settings" (anything relating to sound settings or setting") you should find volume control settings for increasing the ringtone. if it is still low after doing through that process mybe it is time for you to change you sound speaker(they do normally get worn with constant use and would need a change) good luck.
Mine does this periodically too, and it's really frustrating. I've found that it's apparently related to an internal switch in the 3.5 mm audio jack that gets STUCK in the mode as if headphones were plugged in, even when they are not. I've successfully (temporarily) solved it by tapping the phone into my desk to break loose the switch, by re-plugging and unplugging my headphones, or by wiggling them around while plugged in & then unplugging. Hope that helps. It's a design flaw for an otherwise great phone in my opinion.