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Note 8 in call volume low

(Topic created: 11-11-2017 12:51 PM)
usera3kLtCJUoT
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Tried clearing cache Tried factory reboot Re installed SIM card Restarted in safe mode Still no change and extremely low call volume

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SamsungJace
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Give this a shot;

Go to Settings>Apps>Click on the three dots at the top right corner>Show system Apps>Phone(All three)>Storage> Clear Cache/Data

Go to Settings>Apps>Click on the three dots at the top right corner>Show system Apps>Speaker detector>Storage> Clear Cache/Data

Let me know how this works for you.


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SamsungViv
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Hey Community! Anyone else seeing this problem? Anyone have a workaround? Let us know!  🙂


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userruZGh4o3gU
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I have started to experience the same thing. I can only hear when my phone is on speakerphone.
userySLtEVN8Jb
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Likewise 

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Valencianicole
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I have the same issue with my Note 8

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userwiAot7jXyx
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I am having the same issue.  I have tried everything suggested in this thread and nothing works.  

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Give this a shot;

Go to Settings>Apps>Click on the three dots at the top right corner>Show system Apps>Phone(All three)>Storage> Clear Cache/Data

Go to Settings>Apps>Click on the three dots at the top right corner>Show system Apps>Speaker detector>Storage> Clear Cache/Data

Let me know how this works for you.


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userOaFYuidTur
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I cleared the Cache but whwn I went to clear the data it gave me a warning. I'm not willing to lose data that will totally mess my phone up... I never could find the speaker cache

userLY00Kf8Oc6
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I tried doing this step and it didn't work for me until I talked to a Samsung rep and he said to do the same steps only difference was to restart the phone after you clear all the cache and data from all three or I had four phone apps on mine to clear, after the restart it worked like new again. Good luck everyone.

RobynCyrus
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July 9th 2019.  Just so everyone knows...... this worked!  I thought I'd have to get another phone.  Not sure how this worked but it did! 🙂