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Notifications sounds from either external speaker or headphones, but never from the ear piece volume. Your question suggest that the external speaker is damage but it only works on external speaker. Try using a headphone or a bluetooth to make calls, if they work, then you need to fix the external speaker.
Try to use earphones, plug them in to phone audio connector....
try if it works..... if so, disconnect them and plug speakers.... and try again.... if doesn't work, go to audio advanced setup and check if speakers are not muted, or set up voicevolume level is too low. Play with that setup....
Also some computers can turn on or off speakers in Bios.
If problem will not be solved, try to use USB speakers
Please check using an handsfree or an external headphone. If the volume is good then the fault is with the speaker of the phone. If not the output of the amp in the phone is low and can be a problem in the mainboard which might require help as a good soldering station is needed to replace the IC.
In an increasingly hands-free world, the external speaker feature of cell phones has increased the usability of cell phones in the car, public transportation and at work. The volume controls on the external speaker controls can be somewhat difficult to find and manipulate.
sure the speaker setting is actually on. If the speaker is turned to
off, the volume you hear will be coming from the earpiece and will be
very low indeed. Sometimes there is a button on a cellphone which you
can simply press and hold to activate the speaker function. You will
notice a difference immediately.
to see if you have external volume controls. On some models, there is a
button or two buttons that adjust the volume of both the handset and
the speaker volume. If you have these buttons, use them to adjust these
controls while on calls. Remember that adjusting the speaker volume
will subsequently adjust the handset volume once you've turned off the
the sound controls in your phone. If your phone does not have external
speaker control, it can be accessed by adjusting the controls saved on
your phone. Also, the main settings can be controlled even if you do
have external controls. Phones are different, but in your menu of
options, choose sound and sound controls. This should give you options
for ring volume, alarm volume and handset volume.
volume controls for all settings. If you wish yo have multiple settings
for each function---alarm, calls and speaker---you should be able to
adjust these accordingly. Search through the control options until
you've found speaker controls. Choose the setting you desire and save
Using the main volume as a foundation, use the external controls (if applicable) to adjust the levels.
We have 3 ENV2's in our family. None of them have volume problem. The speaker phone is especially loud when used in indoor environment. It is so loud that I have to turn the volume way down when used with good quality ear set. You probably are right about the phone being defective.
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.