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The Samsung Galaxy S9 is identified by its model number: SM-G960XU. It is the ninth generation of Samsung's Galaxy Series that was released in March 2018. Available in Lilac Purple, Midnight Black, and Coral Blue.

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Is my speaker ruined. dirt

2 part - The current issue: phone in apron pocket, while gardening, pocket filled with dirt, all ports got a little in them. how to clean out.? (speaker & charger most concerned)

The older question: I installed a ‘volume booster' app, set it incorrectly, with first note max volume hit, heard a crackle before I got it turned off, broken? Seems to sound ok , but I remember the old stereo speakers. that would have put a tiny crack in it, and ruin it over time. (yes,I'm that old)

Apologies for the long questions. Any help will be appreciated. Thx.

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Hi Shannon!

To remove the dirt from the small ports on the phone, I’d recommend using a can of compressed air or “dust-off” to blow away any dirt, debris or dust inside. Additionally, you can try using a Q-tip dipped in a little rubbing alcohol (Isopropyl alcohol) to help clean the ports out, but you may have to pinch or flatten the Q-tip’s cotton so that it fits inside the ports.

I’m not too sure what to suggest regarding the volume booster app you’ve installed, unfortunately.

I hope this helps!

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Before you use any solvents, take a clean, old soft toothbrush and gently scrub over the speaker ports. Its good to do this periodically because of lint and accumulations anyway. Normally the screen catches most debris, and the toothbrush will brush them out gently. Make sure it doesn’t have old, dried toothpaste residue, or you just exacerbate the issue. Compressed air may help, but don’t point it directly into the speaker as you can damage the diaphragm.

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Have you tried to vacuum the holes?

It might help.

Cheers.

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Shannon Gay sarà eternamente grato.
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