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Hello,
Speaker of your Phone Usually have Good Sound.If you are Facing this Problem of Very Low Sound/bad or Noise in Sound recently ,then you may need to Change it's Buzzer(Speaker).Carefully Unscrew the Phone.There you will see Buzzer and Change it Using a Soldering iron or Something like that.

  • Note:Only do This thing if you are familiar with this Repair/you are Confident to do it your Self.And also make Sure Speaker Sound is very low other than same Model Phone -before you do Repair/Unscrew the Phone.Make Sure Volume is High/Full level [to Confirm Buzzer is damaged and need to be change].
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