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Adjust Volume and Switch to Silent Mode the Samsung Galaxy S4

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I have a Samsung Galaxy Centura. I can hear the person on the other end but they can't hear me. This is a replacement phone as the last one was doing the same thing?

I can hear the person on the other end but they cannot hear me

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If you have tried to adjust the volume settings on your Samsung Galaxy Centura, as described in the VisiHow guide available by clicking the main title of this Q&A article 'Adjust Volume and Switch to Silent Mode the Samsung Galaxy S4', then the problem is most likely with your device, or an installed app that is causing conflicts with your volume settings.

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To troubleshoot this, you should perform a factory reset of your Samsung Galaxy Centura, and then test the call function before restoring any of your existing apps. In the event this fixes the problems, reinstall your apps one at a time, and test the call function each time (you can call your home phone, or another family member's phone to test each time), until you locate the problem app.

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If this does not work, you will unfortunately need to exchange the device again, for one that does not have this problem.

My Samsung headphones mic does not work?

My earphones do not work while on a call. I can hear the caller but they cannot hear me. I have a Galaxy S4 mini

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This is likely not a problem with your headphones, but rather with your microphone which has a slider switch that allows you to mute the microphone and adjust the volume. Make sure the volume is turned up on this microphone before you assume that you have a hardware problem with the headset. You can test whether or not your phone's audio is working by using the phone without the microphone. If the phone's microphone works then it may be a hardware problem with the headphones. In this case you should replace the headphones.

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I have S4 active i9295 I have a problem with calling with sounds, blocking?

I have S4 active i9295 I have a problem with calling with sounds, blocking..

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No audio on voice calls making and receiving?

I have a 12 month old S4 Active, everything works on the device except I have no audio on making and receiving calls. Dial tone is there but upon connection nothing. I have rebooted and performed a Factory Reset several times. Firmware 4.4.2. Any idea?

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Adjust Volume and Switch to Silent Mode the Samsung Galaxy S4
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My S4 is updated but it only lets me have loud or vibrate not silent?

Please tell me how to put it on silent too

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I can't hear it ringing its silent, but can hear it when playing stuff through Facebook?

Can't hear it ringing its silent but can hear it when playing stuff through Facebook

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Samsung Gallery S4 LTE: Ringer stopped working?

I turned my sound down to Vibrate for a concert, now I can't get it to ring. I have checked conceivable setting, powered off and on, etc. I can hear people during a phone call and they can hear me, I just can't hear it ring - it only vibrates. I also cannot hear music, or hear a ringtone if I try to change It.. I have tried: I have changed Sound settings every way I can think of. All are set properly. I can't hear a ring and I can't hear music. I can't hear ringtones.. I think it was caused by: I turned the sound down for a concert and it won't come back.

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When I call someone or receive a call, I can barely hear the person on the other end of the call, even with the volume turned all the way up on my S4. Do you have a solution?

I've tried raising the volume, reset, using the volume enhancing feature when a call has already been made, but nothing has worked.

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I have a Samsung Galaxy Centura. I can hear the person on the other end but they can't hear me. This is a replacement phone as the last one was doing the same thing. (2017). In VisiHow. Retrieved Jun 24, 2017, from http://visihow.com/No_one_can_hear_me_talk_on_my_Samsung_Galaxy_Centura

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