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If it is in an Apple product, I would not know. But for Windows based or Linux based computers, locate the icon of the loudspeaker on the task bar (at the bottom right in Windows, or the Top right in Linux). Click on the loudspeaker icon, and adjust the volume or remove the X on the speaker.
I think your mobile ringer no working it need to be clean. So if you have any Mobile repair worker to near your home go to over there & tell him to make it clean but carefully then check your mob. ringer.
I hope than it will work very fine as working before...
no there is not any good software available in net for ur mob even if u use it and dont not work well u may even loose ur warrenty ..... so first concern it wit nokia else check it out wit any local shop
follow instructions to step 8 (with thanks to Anny for posting it) http://www.annystudio.com/misc/ipaq4700/ With the motherboard removed, you will see the back of the speaker pictured in step 10. I seem to recall that the 'official' replacement loudspeaker (17 UKPounds) looked identical to one taken out of an old Nokia mobile telephone I had lying around. I didn't try it - so I don't know if it would work but the DC resistance across the terminals were about the same. The loudspeaker in the hx4700 is notoriously unreliable and can apparently be damaged by some software titles. I recall that HP published a firmware patch some years ago. I have also found that it is easy to miss the stylus receptical in the top of the device and it is possible to inadvertantly jam the stylus into the earphone socket. This can cause damage to the switch contacts in the jack socket that disconnects the loudspeaker when headphones are used giving the false impression that the loudspeaker itself has failed. I checked this with a multimeter before changing the speaker. In my case the contacts were OK but I doubt that I would have been able to repair the switch contacts without some serious soldering iron weilding. A final note. The ribbon connector for the screen is VERY fragile. Be ultra careful when removing it. Hope it helps. Steve
maybe you have your phone on mute, to where you can hear them but they can't hear you? Next time you make a call, tell that person to hold on and if they can't hear you, look through the option menus you can access only when you're in the middle of a call. Otherwise, contact the phone company and gripe.
■ Volume control
• When you have an active call or are listening to a sound, press o) or (o to
increase or decrease the volume level, respectively.
Voice volume icons:
- for earpiece mode,
- for loudspeaker mode.
Your phone has a loudspeaker for handsfree use. The loudspeaker allows you to
speak and listen to the phone from a short distance without having to hold the
phone to your ear, for example, having it on a table nearby. The loudspeaker can
be used during a call, with sound and video applications, and when viewing
multimedia messages. Sound and video applications use the loudspeaker by
default. Using the loudspeaker makes it easier to use other applications while in a