Same thing happened to mine. I took the end of an unfolded paper clip and messed with the hands-free port right next to the ac power plug-in. Poked around the metal part in there, moved it up and down. Did it with the phone on, and pretty soon it beeped and told me that hands-free mode was off.
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iPhones cannot pair with bluetooth devices other than headsets and hands-free sets, you cannot transfer files or do anything else except use bluetooth headsets or hands free sets. This is why your phone cannot find other devices.
You have a speaker problem. Confirm this using a hands free device. If you can hear the conversation, the speaker problem is therefore confirmed. You would have to get the phone's speaker fixed, and this might not be something you could do yourself. So taking it to a neighbouring repairer could be the option. But in the mean time, pending when you fix the speaker, conveniently make and receive your calls using the hands free device.
Mind you, if testing with the hands free device did not solve the problem, it then evidently is a network problem, at which your mobile service operators are to be informed for further assistance.
hi that is hands free mode. your phone is stuck in hands free mode. you should open handset, clean at the bottom interface especially the hands free jack. all will be ok. if it persists, then you have to replace that handsfree/charger interface.
DONT DO THE RESTART/ERASE CODE!!!!!!!!!!!
its a hardware problem, not software or virus.
your phone is probabluy stuck in headset mode, where you can hear the ringtone for incoming calls and alarms but not calls (without headphones).
you three real options are to (1) stick a boby pin or stylus into the jack until it leaves headset mode (2) more invasively, find a really small screw driver and open the phone(screws are under the battery cover, in the corners) and poke in the earphone jack or (3) get a new phone.
thats all i can tell you.
The internal screen settings only adjust volume of ringer, the external button on side adjusts ear piece/hand set volume. If the volume buttons do not turn up the volume of the hand set then the handset is defective
try via using another profile in settings...option is there...else restore ur handset.....if that silent mode does not remove then do flash upgration....speaker is fine if u r able to hear the incmoing call.