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do one thing Turn Off Your Tablet
-> Hold Volume Button and Power button for 3 to 5 Secs
-> You will see a screen with android and triangle with exclamation mark
-> you will also see 4 lines of writing in blue.
-> use volume buttons to navigate to 3rd option, use home to select it ( warning this will erase your system data if need please take backup) (memory card is not affected)
-> now navigate to 1st option saying " reboot to system" use home key to select it.
I hope this will fix things
Hi - Your Home Theater System and your TV should have separate volume controls. You should be able to control each individually. Start by checking the volume level on your TV with your HTS shut-off. Turn the volume on your TV all the way down to 0.
Next, turn your HTS on and check the volume level there. Is it still loud? If so, try turning the volume down on your HTS. That should do the trick. If its not loud then you know you can control the volume on either the HTS or the TV. If this answer does not help, then please write us back with a little more detail. Thanks.
Please see if there is dirt clogging on the earpiece that would have reduced the volume from the speaker. If so use a pin and soft cotton to clean or you must open the cover and use a brush and air jet.
Secondly the possible weakness of the speaker/earpiece or the weakness of the low power output amplifier is another possibility.
You are out of luck...I have the same unit and it wont even connect with my LG Voyager! the volume doesn't want to cooperate with anything I think it should do. I actually went with a wired headset to answer call once it did connect and forgot about the whole speaker thing.
This low audio problem happened to me suddenly yesterday. I powered off over night - no change. I plugged the A/V cables into a second TV - no change. I called Comcast - problem solved. Tap these buttons on the remote;
if you brought the wireless new from a vendor. you don't need to configure it. unless you want to.
but if you brought a used one (in you case). you have to configure it. You need to get inside (software wise) of the modem. to do that you need login name and password to start with. if you don't have it, please call or e-mail the guy you brought the modem from.
then you have to configure the security for the wireless, unless you want everyone under sun to access your modem via wireless.
search on the web, you should come away with a user manual for the unit.