Spalding Education - Home of Scientifically-based Language Arts Instruction

Welcome! Spalding Education International (SEI) is dedicated to teaching all students to spell, write and read. SEI is the home of The Writing Road to Reading, a comprehensive K-6 total language arts program.

In The Writing Road to Reading, all elements of the language are integrated in spelling, writing, and reading lessons.

    • Phonemic awareness
    • Systematic phonics
    • High-frequency vocabulary
    • Word meanings and usages
    • Word parts
    • Grammar
    • Composition
    • Literary appreciation
    • Text structure
    • Fluency
    • Listening
    • Reading comprehension

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Basic Sound Troubleshooting on a Google Android Phone

Here are some step’s hat might help fix your sound problem on your Android phone:

1- Check your phone volume – Press your volume up/down button and increase your volume.

2- Restart Your Mobile Phone and remove your headphone and clean your headphone jack .

3- Silent/ vibrate switch is turned on –

Go to the settings >
Tap on sound >
Go to the volume. Once you’re in that setting you can adjust the volume for music, ringtones and notifications.
4- Update your firmware –

Go to setting >
Tap on about phone/device
Now Tap on system update/ software update
Tap on check for update.
Download the most recent update for your phone.

5- Check your music app and clean cache-

Go to the setting and then
Tap on app’s
Go to your music player then click on clear data.
6- Remove moisture –

Switch off your phone, remove your battery/sim/memory card now you can remove the residue or moisture by waving a hair dryer on low heat over the phone.

7- Install SoundAbout from play store

Install a SoundAabout app in your phone through play store and choose the media preference audio.
choose on lets app decide.

8- you can also try this option –

The solution is simple, revive the speakers and receiver with the code *#*#0673#*#* and press speaker on, then receiver on and then again speaker on. In an instant every sound is back.

9- Reset Your Mobile Phone

You can also try to reset your phone i.e. restore your mobile phone to factory settings.
Go to setting.
Tap backup and reset.
Click on factory data reset (Erases all data on phone)
Remove SD card
Tap on reset phone.Now check your sound if not working then try step 6.
10- Factory Data Hard Reset-

Play back the recording on your external speakers.
If you can hear the audio, the speakers are fine.
Now If you can’t, try performing a factory data reset but take the backup of your data .

If none of the steps above have fixed your Android speaker problem, get your phone checked out at a service center. You may have a hardware issue, which means you’ll need to have the speaker replaced.

We hope this will help you out to fix your Android phone sound .

 

Restart & update

To restart your phone, press and hold the Power button for a few seconds. Then, on your screen, tap Restart Restart.

If you don't see "Restart," press and hold the Power button for about 30 seconds, until your phone restarts.

System updates can bring improvements that may fix your issue.

To check for and install system updates:

  1. Open your device's Settings app Settings app.
  2. Near the bottom, tap System and then System updates. (If needed, first tap About phone or About tablet.)
  3. You'll see your update status. Follow any on-screen steps.

App updates can bring improvements that may fix your issue.

To see and get updates for your apps:

  1. Open your device's Play Store app Google Play.
  2. Tap Menu Menu and then My apps & games.
  3. Apps with available updates are labeled "Update."
    • If an update is available, tap Update.
    • If more updates are available, tap Update all.

     

If you are still expierancing an issue with the app please read the floowing article from Google to troubleshoot the issue.

https://support.google.com/nexus/answer/2668665?hl=en

A hidden sound feature on the Kindle that you can’t reverse. To fix this you need to install “Quick Mute Volume Control” from the Amazon app store. Luckily it’s a free app.

Open this app and raise all the volume controls. Once you exit the app you will need to restart the Kindle.  Hopefully this will help some others out there with there sound issues.