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what is the make and model number of the phone.
Are you using the phone while placed face up on a table as some phones go into speaker mode when placed on a table or you might have the sensor covered with a phone cover and the phone thinks it is on a table face up.
Can you hear anything with the headphones in? More than likely your speaker has died. You can try resetting it back to factory default, if that doesnt work you will have to replace the phone or pay to have the speaker fixed. You could also use a Bluetooth device.
Hi there. It sounds like the speaker on your phone is broken! Try enabling speakerphone and see if that works. If it does, then your phone speaker is definitely broken and you should take your phone into your carrier to try and get it fixed. If you don't have speaker phone, I would still go to your carrier and ask for a repair. Alex
There is the Problem with your Mobile Strip some time it get damaged by sliding or loose connection with it & some time the calling Speaker also give problem so kindly change the Speaker first if it solved then ok if it does not then you must change Strip which is connected to the calling speaker it will get resolved. If your not an Mobile technician then do not try this Please Visit your Nearest Samsung Service center they will help you for this.
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if you want to unlock your phone go to options and scroll down until you see phone settings and then scroll again and it says unlock screen permantley or just for now or you just take it off so you dont ever have to lock it
Sometimes (and maybe not with this phone) the physical connector to the speaker ( since the speaker is separate from the phone circuitry) can be disconnected. If the phone is not under warranty or you do not have protection insurance, you can carefully take the back case off and see if the speaker has actually become disconnected. Its rarely software.