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Hello . i bought nokia 5530 . the earpiece sound is too low . i increased the volume from the side volume rocker to the max. but still the sound is too low . i am very curious n a bit tensed tat why is this problem is on the cell fone . please do let me know what should i do to resolve it . i will be thankfull to u .

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SOURCE: increase external speaker volume

when the speaker phone is on, try pushing the up arrow, unless you have the button on the side, But I think it is the up arrow while talking.
Also go into regular menu settings, go to sound settings, speaker volume and headset volumes should both be turned all the way up.

Posted on May 30, 2009

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SOURCE: are there any codes to increase volume of nokia

Dere'z I can say wat i need z the code increase volume olny nt happy

Posted on Sep 21, 2011

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try go to and download free Nokia Software Updator And Read the instructions.My friends n70 got same problem but was solved after this.Best Of Luck

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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SOURCE: in my n73me earpiece volume is high and not getting reduced

connect ur headset n decrease it

Posted on Feb 08, 2009

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SOURCE: My Nokia 5230's volume suddenly went very low.

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.

Posted on Feb 18, 2011

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You can also use hands free (ear phone) for your phone till you find time to change the ear piece.

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hello friend...
it may be possible that your earpiece volume is low i.e. not maximum so you should press the volume up button when you talking to some one your volume will increase.
if it is no so remove the dust from your mobile speaker.
if still problem persist you have to repair/change your speaker.
now your phone will work well
best of luck......

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