Page 1 of 4 1234 Last Jump to page: Forum Samsung Android Phones Samsung Galaxy S3 Why can't they hear me? « How can I On most phones, you can perform a factory reset by going to Settings and selecting “Reset to Factory Settings” or “Factory Reset”.

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Keep posting such kind of info on your page. Peter Johnson 3 years ago Reply Can you tell me how did that happened? People on the other side keep complaining that they cannot hear me properly. Galaxy S3 Speaker Not Working Elizabeth Kartini — November 11, 2016 Privacy PolicyTerms of UseContact UsAbout UsAdvertiseContribute© 2016.

Peter Johnson 3 years ago Reply One thing is for sure that you need to change your Audio Jack at the earliest, as this might be the cause of every problem What can i do to sort it. To disable Wi-Fi Calling: Settings > More Settings (Wireless and Network) > Wi-Fi Calling > Uncheck I have the Samsung Galaxy S3 with Android 4.1.1 that I purchased 05MAR2013. this contact form I am pretty sure it is not a pinky issue ;-).

Voice doesn't register though! It doesn't matter who call's who ... October 29, 2015 Toa Tuilau I tried the paper clip method and it worked! Second time it improved a lot.

Any ideas???Click to expand... Place the battery back into the phone, power the device on, and test to see if the problem with the microphone has been fixed. battery out reboot 2. Open your S3 and trace the entire circuit and gently heat your s3 board's circuit with the help of a heat blower, but make sure that you slightly heat them and

christine 3 years ago Reply I have encounter sound issue on my S3 it hangs and mute after 5-10 mins used…but when i restart it will come back but wont sustain They are really convincing and can certainly work. Tim Bragg 3 years ago Reply My wife ran her Galaxy S3 through the washer. Perhaps that'll help narrow down the problem.

Regards Martin April 7, 2015 Reply S5 users Hey guys i had the same problem before but already fixed it by just cleaning the little hole beside the usb port. That is all what you have to do in order to over this problem. March 26, 2015 Reply Deilhmarc Kennedy Carbonell I'm having exact same problems with my S5. Try to fix that MIC rubber cap, and if problem persists i recommend that you should change the entire audio strip.

Simply re-fix it after cleaning and you will get your problem resolved. Originally Posted by GrooveRite Same here. I've been using Wi-Fi Calling when connected via a Wi-Fi signal. If I do not receive satisfaction with this problem I will be forced to look for another type of phone manufacturer.

But replacing Audio IC should always be considered as the Last resort.