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Maybe try plugging headphones into it. That will tell you if the sound is dead or not. Also, on a lot of devices, there is a speaker kill switch integrated into the headphone jack that may be dirty or just need to be moved a few times with your headphone plug. However, if the caller can't hear you, it may be the audio circuit of the phone has gone to be with other Samsungs in the sky.
Hi, I couldn't find what kind of input that vehicle has for audio. If it's the standard RCA type input, you could get a splitter for your Iphone headphones jack that converts the 3.5mm headphone jack into audio RCA's, then connect that way. If the vehicle has a standard 3.5mm input (like a headphones jack) you can get a 3.5mm cord that connects from your Iphone headphones out into the vehicles 3.5mm in.
If you plug in headphones, do you have sound in them? If so, then the problem is either the built-in speaker or the headphone jack. If it's the speaker, then you're in for a pretty involved fix involving soldering little tiny wires. Do-able, but not for someone just learning how to use a soldering iron.
If it's the jack, then you might get lucky and fix it by inserting and then removing your headphone's plug.
I've had this style of jack get a bit of dust in it before, and basically think headphones are plugged in even when they're not.
Let me know if you've got sound in headphones, and we can take it from there.
I had the same problem, you probably were using headphones with it and the phone still thinks they are pluggeg in you can bring it to the store or plug the head phones back in give the phone a second to recognize what is plugged in and then remove the headphones slowly. if that doesnt work throw it into traffic.
I had this problem as well. I would get sound from headphones but unplugging them I had no sound from the builtin speaker.
When you plug in your headphones it moves a thin piece of metal in the jack which interrupts a connection (this is a good thing) so it can know when to disable the internal speaker. When you unplug your headphones the piece of metal moves back and it enables the internal speaker again.
I was able to fix this by taking apart my x51v and bending the piece of metal a little while the headphones are plugged in so that it will contact better when the headphones are unplugged,
To take your axim apart there are 4 screws on the back underneath the rubber grips that you need to take out. Then you can just slide a finger nail up and down each side to remove the front and back of the casing. The back you will need to swing out from the bottom since it hooks over the headphone jack. I unplugged the small wire that connects the front half of the case to the guts using a tiny flat screwdriver.
Inside on the back, there is a black plastic plate that is held on by 4 more screws. Take that off.
Now you can see the headphone jack. I plugged in my headphones and used a small flat screwdriver to push against the headphone jack on the bottom piece of metal on the right side with the axim face down. You can observe the piece I mean by looking at the side of the headphone jack when you plug and unplug headphones. It moves perhaps 1/32 of an inch.
Your goal is to bend the piece of metal closer to where it is when no headphones are plugged in. The only way to bend it properly is to do it when the headphones are in.
Sorry if this isn't clear enough. I'm not sure if this is a permanent fix or not but it's worked for me.
If you use a plug in set of headphones often, you have probably caused the contacts to spread apart inside permanently. The only solution (if that is the case) is to replace the headphone jack, or to (for the brave) attempt to insert a pin inside the jack and open the contacts so they are not pressed against the outside of the jack assembly.