Question about Ericsson Cell Phones
The speaker inside might have missed the contact with the circuit board inside or the speaker is gone ...
if you are good at opening then just open it if the speaker has missed the contact then just refit it correctly so that it touches the circuit board or if the speaker is dead then replace the speaker solves the problem .....
(dont get confused there will be 2 speakers in the handset one is ear speaker & another one for the loud speaker or for hearing the ringtones etc)
if the same problem persists then there is some problem in the firmware so give the restore factory settings(reset) ..
all your firmware problems will be solved ....
this firmware problem may be due to some reasons like removal of the battery when the phone is turned on or due to the sudden turn off the mobile when the battery charge was low or may be due to some virus attack ..etc ..
so by giving the restore factory settings it will get fixed ....
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Posted on Jul 05, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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