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    I like to put incoming calls on speaker so I can go about my business. I can hear the caller fine, but I have to hold the phone up to my mouth for them to hear me. I checked the settings under accessibility and there's nothing there.
    Am I going to have to use a Bluetooth headset at home, or is there a way around this?
    07-05-2018 09:27 PM
  2. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Welcome to Android Central! I'm not aware of any way to do that. But this could be due to the secondary mic being blocked, either by a poorly fitting case or by debris lodged in the mic opening. Inspect the secondary mic (which should be at the top of the phone) and make sure it's clear. Remember, speakerphone typically utilizes this secondary mic, and not the primary phone mic at the bottom of the phone.
    07-05-2018 11:10 PM

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