For some time now, the friends and acquaintances you usually hear on the phone have begun pointing out some difficulties they encounter in understanding what you are saying – since they cannot hear your voice correctly.
After checking your network, you come to realize that it’s the phone’s microphone/speaker that is the root cause of the problem.
Here, you need to understand: after months and months of continuous use, our beloved smartphones accumulate dust, bumps, and scratches. While it is difficult or perhaps impossible to catch up with some significant scratches, it is still possible to remove the dust, which fortunately remains a catchable defect to restore sound!
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This guide will help you lessen the discomfort (or even make it go away) if you have audio issues with the speaker.
Removing Dust From The Phone’s Speaker
How to do it? Well, nothing’s easier!
You will need:
- A soft bristle brush (new)
- With a small rag
- A dry air bomb
Step 1: Using the soft bristle brush, very delicately rub the grille of the internal speaker of your smartphone, moving from left to right. Be careful not to get the bristles into the grille. Otherwise, this may force dust into the speaker.
Step 2: Use your dry air canister to blow the loose dust out with the soft bristle brush. Repeat steps 1 and 2 about ten times.
Step 3: Then, wipe off the speaker grille with your cloth, blowing one last time with the dry air canister.
In case you’ve dropped your phone in water, these are the steps that you need to follow to clean your phone’s speaker.
Expelling Water From The Phone’s Speaker
Step 1: First, download and install the Speaker Cleaner app from the Google Play Store. If you have an iPhone, use the Sonic V app from the App Store.
Step 2: Open the app, set the toggle to the speaker. Turn the volume up to maximum. Ensure to place your phone on a flat surface with the speaker facing down.
Step 3: Now, click on ‘Start Cleaning.’ It will now play a particular sound that will help expel the water.
Step 4: Once done, change the toggle to the earpiece and repeat the process. Make sure the earpiece is facing down.
And voila! The cleaning is done! Now, all you need to do is contact a correspondent to verify that the audio problem is gone!
If the latter persists, you will, unfortunately, have to replace your speaker. Know that Computer Sleuths offers smartphone spare parts as well as phone repair services. Click here to schedule a free checkup in Sugar Hill, GA today!