Nothing is more aggravating if you can’t hear important calls. It is important to hear the person on the other end of the line, whether it is for business or personal reasons. Let’s go over some measures to help you hear your phone calls more clearly.
Make sure your volume is turned up
Checking for this is usually an easy task. Make sure you don’t get tripped up on this one! Volume can be divided into two categories. Volume on a regular basis, as well as call volume. The call settings are unaffected by changing the main volume. Wait until you’re on a call to make sure it’s loud enough to hear.
Is there something in the way?
Some consumers who had recently purchased cases or tempered glass in our stores had trouble hearing phone conversations. We’ll look to see if the case or cover is blocking the earpiece receiver in this case. They aren’t always ubiquitous and must be changed with one that isn’t obstructive.
Are you connected to anything
The next step is to determine whether or not you are wired or connected to anything in your immediate neighborhood. It’s possible that the volume is being played through Bluetooth if you’re connected to something. To be sure it’s not this, turn off Bluetooth in your settings or through the dropdown menu.
Is it dirty? Is my earpiece broken?
When the first three stages fail, there are usually two further options, both of which require the assistance of a technician. The earpiece mesh may not be completely airtight, allowing dirt and debris to collect inside your phone. Calls will become increasingly muffled over time until you can barely hear them. If this does not work, the device can be opened and cleaned from the inside. If this does not work, the part may have ultimately failed.
At this stage, a cellphone technician can replace your earpiece. If your phone stops working, you don’t have to buy a new one! Before you trade in your phone for a new one, save yourself the money and get a second opinion on it.
Our techs are all certified and we only use the best quality parts.