09-05-2018 11:31 PM
I've had a similar problem with my phone and it's driving me crazy. I will reboot my phone when I realize there is no sound notifications and it works again but before the day is out it happens again and I have to reboot the phone. It happens daily and I can figure out why. It's a fairly new phone. And I've never damaged it to cause this problem .
09-08-2018 12:42 AM
I have experienced 3 months ago phone did not ring or sounds earphones are audible only. The phone corrected itself then 2 weeks ago I lost sounds again. I have rebooted, reset this is not working. Help!!!!!!
09-25-2018 02:41 AM
Hi, I've just had this exact same thing happen!
I'd come across this thread a few days ago looking up the problem I had with my ringtones/alarms etc mostly having disappeared, and when they did play they were really 'slow' with huge gaps in between, so virtually useless as a ringtone etc.
I read this thread and thought 'well thank God mine isn't as bad as that!' and then, just last night.......... BOOM - while I was actually listening to some relaxing sounds, going to bed, it just went silent! No sound, no music, no tones etc! And still the same this morning (tried rebooting but no difference)
PLEASE someone help! This is obviously a problem, probably in software rather than hardware failure. The phone is virtually useless if it doesn't make any sounds!
10-12-2018 01:35 PM
My wife and I both have a Moto G3 and have had the same problem.
My solution is to whack the phone off my hand. Hold it face up at the top, and whack the bottom of the back of the phone off my other hand. This permanently fixed my phone. My wife's phone just started playing up tonight and this solution has worked for her so far too.
02-12-2019 10:11 AM
Guys.. all you have to do it just remove the back panel.. and lightly press the area.. almost 1 inch about the charging point below... Solves the issue instantly... Keep playing a song to check that.. solved the issue for me.
02-12-2019 10:16 AM
All you have to do is . Open the back panel and press the area about an inch above the charging area , lightly. I'd recommend playing a song at that time. Just have to find the perfect spot. Worked for me!!