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You can use XPosed Framework and BubbleUPnP's Audio Cast Feature.
Complementing rubo77's answer: the permission may vary according to the application. WhatsApp, for instance, uses setOutputFile, inside group Media (audio, photo, video) to record short voice messages.
First off, you require root. Then Install Xposed Framework and Install an app ( forgot the name but do a quick google search for it and you will find it ) which lets you override your deafult actions when certain things happen like plugging in the headphone. Then you can set that action to anything you want.
Did you try to recover your phone again? Sometimes there are already bugs on fresh install and it needs to install again! If there are no data on your phone try it. An reinstallation does not take long time.
Your earpiece speaker may be dead. When you put your phone in speaker mode it uses different speaker(s). Some people use a bluetooth earpiece to get around this, but if that's not something you want to do then you may want to check and see if your phone is still in warranty. Also, depending on your phone you can try taking a small brush and cleaning ...
This is a non-answer to close the question. In the unlikely case that an actual answer appears, I'll transfer the accept to that. No solution was found for the question as asked. By now, I doubt that anyone will ever care for that particular model of tablet, which was cheap even back when it was new. I'm still using it, as it happens, but mostly only as a ...
If your tablet has bluetooth, then a bluetooth speaker may be used in this case. It's worth a try.
I've got the same phone running android 4.4.2. My phone does not speak email messages. It only speaks sms text, caller id info, and two other notifications. If you consult the help manual on the phone, the usage is a little clearer.
You can use Skyro voice recorder which does both voice recording and has ablity attach pictures to recordings. Now you can create nice lectures with audio and images synced.
On my Samsung I9300 Galaxy S III with a Android 4.1.2, I use Camera Zoom FX (non-free): it can take pictures without stopping recordings done by Android's native voice recorder (unlike the native camera application).
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