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iPhone 3G's homepage shows it has 1 speaker and the other one is Mic. (in 3GS they both are speakers) But my friend's jailbroken iPhone 3G could sing using both
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    Angry iPhone 3G speakers

    iPhone 3G's homepage shows it has 1 speaker and the other one is Mic. (in 3GS they both are speakers) But my friend's jailbroken iPhone 3G could sing using both of them, literally like 3GS.
    Though I jailbroke my iPhone, i could not get the same.

    My friend used Pwange tool , rather i used blackra1n. does it matter??

    Any fix for this?

    please help...

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    In the 3G, only one side is a speaker and the other side is a mic. I'm not sure about the 3GS.

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    lol, There is only one speaker and one mic in EVERY iphone.Even the 3GS only has ONE speaker. You were misinformed. How do expect people to hear you?

    On the right is the Mic, on the left is the speaker. There is no software or anything that is going to magically change the hardware on the phone
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    1 speaker in allllll

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    1 speaker and 1 mic for all Iphone 3G and 3GS.

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    Lol. Make it sing

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    anything to do to make the speaker louder? i got a new (new to me) iphone 3g and its not as loud as the last one i had? any ideas?

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    Default Sorry, no
    Unless your speaker is blown or broken there is no way to make it loud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JNSNAMS View Post
    anything to do to make the speaker louder? i got a new (new to me) iphone 3g and its not as loud as the last one i had? any ideas?
    It is called Volume Boost. It can be downloaded in Cydia and enabled in Winterboard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Melech518 View Post
    It is called Volume Boost. It can be downloaded in Cydia and enabled in Winterboard.
    i never knew about that. awsome!

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    it does wear out your speaker faster. It is a known fact any speaker you use very loud ends up not working or lowering in volume faster than it should. It is called blowing your speakers and yes every speaker in ever made blows when you use it louder than it should. I did audio engineering for 10 years if anyone knows that its me

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