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Answer to: Why is my earpiece makes noise when volume is upHello, You might want to use a guarantee or an insurance if you have one. If it is not the case then you might have to replace the speaker. I hope I have been of help.
Answer to: Loudspeaker hissing and "snow" noiseHello, The only cause I can see is either a software problem, then maybe a factory reset could help, or a component from the motherboard that is causing this problem. I hope it helped you a bit
Answer to: Sound not coming through the speakerHello, You might want to try resetting it to default parameters, if by any mean the problem does not come from the hardware it should fix it. If this does not work, it is possible (even though I really wish it isn’t the case) that they somehow damaged the motherboard, in which case you will probably need a new phone. I hope I have been able to help you
Answer to: Very laggy and overheats, even after reset.The overheating problems often come from the battery, so what you might want to do at first is to try and change it, luckily for you batteries are not that expensive when you consider the average price of phone parts, so you could just order one and replace it to see if it changes anything (for example there are S7 Edge batteries on http://www.cpix.fr/store). There is also a small chance that it comes from your motherboard, or that the heat has damaged it, in this case there is unfortunately not much to do
Answer to: Craked screen Glass or entire display broken?Hello, If there is effects on the display then the whole digitizer is probably at fault, so I'm afraid you would have to change it all There is also a small probability that the fall damaged directly the motherboard, causing those problems, but it is far less common
Answer to: Why is my phone overheating without using?Hello, The most common answer to overheating problem is that your battery is at fault, so you may want to consider changing it. There is another rarer possibility that because of a fall of somthing of the kind, your phone's components moved inside it and are putting pressure on the motherboard, causing this overheating
Answer to: Is there any way to fix this miscoloring on my screen?Hello, Sadly I think the problem is that your display has been damaged, causing those pixels to appear, so I can't think of any other solution that changing the whole digitizer. Maybe, if you really want to be sure you could reset the phone to factory settings to see if the software is causing that.
Answer to: Why is my galaxy s7 edge making a weird sound?Hello, If this happens on different apps like Netflix and YouTube as you said, it must come either from the software, in this case veryfying if there is a new update and if not resetting the phone completely could solve the problem, or it comes from the speaker, then you will have to change it.
Answer to: My phone has small spider crack in back screen? Will it still be waterproofHello, I would recommend to be very careful, whether the screen is cracked or not, as Samsung doesn't give any warranty about water damages, so if water gets in it would mean the death of the phone in most cases.
Answer to: waterproof after replacing the screen?Hello, With any phone, replaced screen or not, you should be very careful with water, because Samsung says that the phone is waterproof but doesn't warranty anything for water damages.
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