Top Three Tips for Diagnosing Your Phone’s Lack of Sound

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top-three-tips-for-diagnosing-your-phones-lack-of-soundIt can be extremely frustrating when you have a smartphone that can’t do the most basic thing that you purchase a phone for, to talk to your family and friends! Thankfully, the expert phone technicians at ZAGG have a few tips to help you diagnose the problem and provide you with solutions on how to fix it.

1) Check the Volume

While this sounds straightforward, sometimes people forget that they have turned down their volume and never turned it back up. Depending on the model of your phone, the location of the volume adjustment may vary. For most, the volume buttons are located on the left side of the phone. Check to make sure that it is turned up and on.

2) Have You Plugged In Headphones?

Sometimes if you suddenly unplug headphones, your phone’s speaker won’t register that there are no longer headphones in the phone. Therefore, your phone will continue to transmit the sounds through the headphone jack instead of the speaker. Many people find that if they plug back in their headphones and unplug it again, the sound will return to normal. If that doesn’t work, restart your phone.

3) Bluetooth Devices

If your phone is connected to a Bluetooth device that is turned off, it may seem as though your phone’s sound has broken. However, it is just playing through a Bluetooth device without the volume up. Turn off your phone’s Bluetooth and try again. You may need to restart your phone after turning off the Bluetooth. If it still is not turning on, you may need to take your phone in for repairs at ZAGG Phone Repair. If you can’t bring in your phone, we offer mail-in service as well.

If you need phone repair to get your phone’s sound working properly, contact ZAGG Phone Repair. We are here to assist you in repairing your phone quickly.


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