How to fix your Samsung Galaxy Speaker when it doesn't work?Your Samsung Galaxy Speaker is broken and you don't know why. This is a problem that many Samsung Galaxy users have experienced, and it's very annoying. Below, Oriwhiz explains how to fix your Samsung Galaxy Speaker when it doesn't work.Turn the Samsung Galaxy Speaker up to full volumeIt may seem too easy, but sometimes all you have to do is turn your volume up to maximum. You may accidentally turn your phone on silent or turn it too low. Open Settings and click sound and Vibration -> Volume lookup your sound Settings. Adjust the volume control slider to your preferred level. We recommend turning each slider up so you can test your speaker. Pay attention to the different sliders, because each slider controls a different kind of volume.Restart your Samsung GalaxyRestarting your Samsung Galaxy fixes a small software bug that causes the Speaker to stop working properly. Simply hold down the power button until the power option is displayed. Click Restart and see when your Samsung Galaxy opens again to make sure your Samsung Galaxy Speaker is working again.Make sure your phone is not connected to a Bluetooth deviceI connect my phone via Bluetooth to the wireless headphones I use at the gym and to the sound system at home. Just recently, I was watching a YouTube video on my phone and couldn't hear anything! I became more and more frustrated until I heard voices from the room upstairs. That's when you can make the right judgment. I use Bluetooth to connect my phone to the speaker.Open Settings and click Connect Bluetooth. Make sure your Samsung Galaxy is not connected to a Bluetooth device.Remove the phone caseIf your Samsung Galaxy Speaker doesn't work, try removing the case. Some cases, particularly the "Universal" cases, are not designed for Samsung Galaxy phones and may mute the Samsung Galaxy Speaker. Take the casing off and see if the Samsung Galaxy Speaker works.Clean up the Samsung Galaxy SpeakerIf your Samsung Galaxy Speaker doesn't work and you tried the troubleshooting steps above, try cleaning your Samsung Galaxy Speaker with an antistatic brush or a new toothbrush.Antistatic brushes can be purchased at a low price on Amazon.com. If you don't want to buy an antistatic toothbrush, run to your local grocery store and buy a brand new one.Gently remove any thread, dust, dirt, and other debris from your Samsung Speaker with a brush.Check your headphone jackIf you're one of the lucky few to have a headphone jack on an old Samsung Galaxy, there's probably some dirt or goo in there that can fool the phone into thinking it's plugged in. Try to clean it carefully with an antistatic brush.Back up your Samsung GalaxyWhen you back up and restore your Samsung Galaxy data using Samsung Cloud, you can restore old files and Settings that may cause your Samsung Galaxy Speaker to fail to work.Samsung Galaxy reset If all else fails, try performing a factory reset on your Samsung Galaxy. If you do, be aware that recovery deletes all data, including your Google account, system and app data, app Settings, downloaded apps and media.So a factory reset is only done if you've exhausted all other options.Oriwhiz is a reliable Samsung repair parts supplier provides different repair parts for Samsung, if you would like to buy Samsung speaker replacement or other parts, please feel free to click on products category and select the product you want.