When I get/make a call, I can't hear the person on the other side. The other person is able to hear me however.
Secondly when I press the speaker button then I can hear the other person again. When I disable the speaker it is silent again.
Alle audio works on the phone. Internet, notifactions, ringtones etc.
No apps are downloaded that interere with calls.
I have tried to find topics about this problem but was unsuccesful in doing this.
Just purchased this phone in Australia, should receive it in a few days..
My uncle had the problem you're describing with his galaxy i9000.
it was fine for a few months then suddenly the earpiece speaker stopped working, but
loudspeaker is fine. He got his handset replaced, turned out to be faulty...
Not sure if there is anything else u can do in this case..
I'm reviving this thread because I have the exact same problem, but with a Galaxy S I. I can't hear anyone (even if I put on headphones), but they can hear me fine. Putting speakerphone on fixes the problem. All other audio works fine, music (through headphones and external speakers), ringtones, etc. I've tried searching around quite a bit, and also a hard reboot, but nothing has worked at all. Any hints for me, or does it look like it's definitely a hardware fault?
Try cleaning the headphone jack with a cotton bud. I've had this kind of problem before on my old phone and doing this (with a small amount of WD40 on the cotton bud) solved the problem for me. I'd recommend turning the phone off and taking the battery out just in case though, while doing this.
go to music and play a song. press the 5 channle icon, if it lets you activate it, then that means your phone thinks you have headphones in, to fix that, plug some in and play the song, then (WITHOUT PAUSING) unplug them and it should pause itself, then play the song. that worked for me.
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