Huawei Mate 9 Can’t Hear Calls (Solution)

It has been reported by some that Huawei Mate 9 can’t hear calls correctly. The sound and audio problem on the Mate 9 when making or receiving calls can become a headache.

Below we’ll suggest some possible solutions to fix the can’t hear calls on the Mate 9. If the calling problems still are happening after the suggestions, then it’s recommended to contact your retailer to get the Mate 9 replaced. The following is a guide on how to fix the Mate 9 when you can’t hear calls.

 

Check Mate 9 signal bars

The first thing you should do when you are having Mate 9 can’t make calls is to check the signal bars on your smartphone. Since the way that you can receive or make a call is related to the cell phone service that is provided from a wireless tower to send a signal.

If you notice that your Mate 9 has no signal, then it’s a good idea to reset your smartphone that can fix a small glitch on your phone. The following is a guide on how to reboot your Mate 9.

 

Verify if there’s outage in your area

Another reason that you could be having issues with calls on the Mate 9 is because of a outage in your area. This is the most common reason behind your problem. From time to time, cellular service will go our for maintenance reasons and you need to wait until the network is back up and running.

 

How to fix Mate 9 can’t hear calls:

  • Turn off the Mate 9, remove the SIM card and then reinsert the SIM card on turn on the smartphone.
  • Dirt, debris and dust could be stuck in the microphone, try cleaning the microphone with compressed air and check to see if the Mate 9 audio problem is fixed.
  • Audio problem can be caused by Bluetooth. Turn off the Bluetooth device and see if this will solve the audio problem on the Mate 9.
  • Wiping cache of your smartphone can also solve the audio problem, read this guide on how to wipe the Mate 9 cache.
  • Another suggestion is to enter the Mate 9 into Recovery Mode.

 

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