If you faced that you ain’t hear sound on iPhone 7 on speaker or iPhone 7 Plus call quality is bad the common problem is related to iPhone hardware, such as a speaker or microphone.
In this article, we’ll look at some tedious iPhone troubleshooting tricks.
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iPhone no Sound on Calls
If the iPhone does not play the sound of an incoming call or messages, then this does not mean that it is time to run to the service center. There is a chance that you stumbled upon a rare, but not a single bug. A banal reboot or turning on/off the silent mode switch may not help.
iPhone 7 Call Volume Low or Turned Off
In most cases, the ringtone stops playing because the iPhone has been put into silent mode. Of course, this explanation is very simple, but often it is the one that is most true, especially for very “new” gadget owners.
In order to solve this problem, check the volume switch on the left side of the iPhone. If the switch is in silent mode, just move it and the music will play again on an incoming call.
Do Not Disturb Mode Activated
If your iPhone stops ringing, check if the Do Not Disturb mode is turned on. Users mistakenly activate this mode without noticing it themselves. If at the top of the screen you see a crescent-shaped icon, then you have the Do Not Disturb mode turned on, which disables all sound notifications.
iPhone 7 Call Quality Fix
Cleaning the Speaker and Microphone
Once I ran into a similar problem. In my case, the speaker and microfiber mesh on my iPhone was nailed up. Armed with a soft brush, I cleaned them and the sound became perfect.
Breakdown of Some Component
Try resetting the network settings and general system settings:
- Open Settings -> General -> Reset;
- Click Reset All Settings or Reset Network Settings.
if this procedure also didn’t help, you can completely eliminate the software error by restoring the iPhone via iTunes with the “Like new” setting.
If this did not help to return the sound with an incoming call, then a trip to the service center can not be avoided. I recommend that you use the services of only authorized Apple service centers, of course, if available in your city or country.