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You earpiece speaker is faulty and needs a change, remove and use a multimeter to check the continuity int he Ohms range, if there is no response change the speaker. If speaker is working check the connection to the circuit as a faulty output can also cause the issue.
Your ringing speaker may get damaged.You can open the cover of your phone and just press hardly where the ringing speaker is situated.Then check with any ringing tone if the ringing speaker is working or not.If its work you can contact a mobile phone service center and tell him to clean the connection of your ringing speaker and mother board.
Or you need to change the speaker to get rid of it
probalby the speakers of your phone get loose and lost its connections. if the warranty expires already, try opening your phone and check the speakers. if you cant open it just send it to a service center. its just a minor prob...
This exact issue happened to me: I left my phone off for 2 days (unplugged), turned it back on and the internal speaker started working normally again. The phone worked normally for over a month after this.
Yesterday, the earpiece speaker stopped working again after the phone fell out of my pocket. I suspect a loose connection or something similar, but I've had my phone off for the last day and will let you know whether or not it starts working again.