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Solved: Fix Audio/sound, No audio during voice call & other related problems on Android device in less than a minute

 

Today I’m going to show you how to stop losing the voice or audio on your Android.
Ok, let get into it. So you’ve got an android phone and to answer the phone, you have to keep saying “hello hello and nobody can hear you or you have to say “hello! hello! yeah! can you hear me?

These are common problems with Android phones, especially the ones on Marshmallow, Nougat, Android 7.0 and others.
Though you firmware fixes it and you can also try flashing it, you try to reboot it or keep resetting it for a whole day, again again and start again, but a lot of times, it won’t just work.

So I’ve found a method I think is not unique, but in my own view, a lot of people including engineers used it but won’t just share it.
So you guys should kindly like and follow us on our social media platforms:

Hello, my name is Olasunkanmi Mohammed. This tips will stop you from sending your phone back to the manufacturer or losing sleep all because your phone is not working.

Firstly, what you need to do is bring out your phone, go to your google app, and click on the three bars to the top of the screen to get into your google menu or Google option settings so as you come down to the settings and get the menu popup, look down through the list, you should have one of the options that say “VOICE”.
(Yours might look slightly different depends on the version of IOS you have, but this should look almost the same.)

Click on the “VOICE” tab and you make sure that your settings look the same as mine.

 

So, click the “OK google detection”.
And now you have to toggle all the sliders to the OFF position.
This work really well and it stops me from going crazy with my phone or worrying about taking it to an engineer or computer village.

But, note, you will lose your “hey google or ok google” functionality after turning all tabs OFF.
But, never-mind, you can still go back to your google and click on the microphone and google will tell you how to get “Ok Google” functionality back on my phone.
If you can follow these simple steps, you will be able to hear the person on the other end of the phone clearly first hand.

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I hope this tips work for you, tell us in the comment section below what other method you know that can solve sound/audio problems.
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Uber to sell “Xchange Leasing” to Fair.com

As Uber continues to experience what many classify as a financial crisis, the company is said to be working on a deal to sell its U.S. auto-leasing business “Xchange Leasing” to a startup digital car marketplace Fair.com

Uber Technologies Inc had earlier said in September that it’s shutting down the auto-leasing business, which had enormous losses. Over the last few months, Xchange Leasing has started to unwind the business, which was started to lease new cars to Uber drivers, selling cars at auction.


Uber launched Xchange Leasing in 2015 in a bid to attract new drivers who could not otherwise afford a car because of spotty or poor credit. Xchange Leasing offered more flexible return and mileage limit policies than traditional car leases.
However, many Uber drivers complained of Xchange Leasing’s predatory practices, saying that exorbitant rates forced them to drive full time just to cover the cost of the car, with little or no profit left over.

It’s assumed that the net book value of Xchange Leasing’s more than 30,000 vehicles was roughly $400 million, according to The Wall Street Journal. The newspaper in August said that Uber was losing roughly $9,000 a car, 18 times more than before.
According to a news Agency, Reuters, Xchange Leasing had about 14 showrooms in the United States as at August 2017.
However, Fair.com and Uber both shy away from commenting on the matter.


Uber is eyeing an initial public offering in 2019 and is looking to pare its losses under the leadership of Chief Executive Dara Khosrowshahi, who took the job in August, and chief operating officer Barney Harford, who starts next month. Uber lost $1.46 billion in the third quarter this year, up from $1.06 billion in the previous quarter.
According to the Journal, Uber will offer potential drivers in the United States access to Fair.com to lease a car and the deal is expected to close early next year.

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