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Before jumping to any conclusions about hardware, check to make sure that you have your volume turned up on the phone itself, or if it’s just one specific app, look into the settings on that app to see if there is a separate volume slider that you might have accidentally turned off. If neither of those were the issue, then you have either a damaged speaker inside the phone, or if you are using headphones, a damaged auxiliary port. Please see our replacement guides for how to replace the auxiliary port.
Before jumping to any conclusions about hardware, check to make sure that you have your volume turned up on the phone itself, or if it’s just one specific app, look into the settings on that app to see if there is a separate volume slider that you might have accidentally turned off. If neither of those were the issue, then you have either a damaged speaker inside the phone, or if you are using headphones, a damaged auxiliary port. Please see our replacement guides for how to replace the auxiliary port.

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Post originale di: Matthew McLellan ,

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Before jumping to any conclusions about hardware, check to make sure that you have your volume turned up on the phone itself, or if it’s just one specific app, look into the settings to see if there is a separate volume slider that you might have accidentally turned off.  If neither of those were the issue, then you have either a damaged speaker inside the phone, or if you are using headphones, a damaged auxiliary port.  Please see our replacement guides for how to replace the auxiliary port.

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