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Maybe it happens because of the proximity sensor that most of the smartphones have just near the front camera. It detects when your ear is near the speaker and probably when it doesn't detect your ear it makes the speaker stop working. You can have a problem with the sensor or just with the speaker connections. In your case I would contact with Sony's ...


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Even though I marked this as answered I feel I need to add that I've managed to do exactly what I wanted with SoundWire and the default internet sharing on my phone as follows: Install and configure SoundWire on PC and phone. Share phone's internet connection via USB. Assuming you already had internet on your PC, you now have 2 network adapters. You need ...


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You can't do this in Android right now. You can detect when a phone call is occurring, but not when a notification is playing (as any app can play a notification). This is why SoundAbout can force audio to the speaker for phone call ringer but not for notifications. It would be nice if Android had an intent that fired right before ANY notification was ...


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I'm not sure if a USB option is possible but someone please correct me if I'm wrong! This uses the headphone jack so it isn't USB but it is still a wired connection. The following should work but may be a bit flaky. Plug a headset jack adapter to split the microphone and audio input into the headphone jack of your phone. Then wire a standard audio cable into ...



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