Are you using a headset or just the phone?
Have you tried it on speaker phone?
You did turn up the volume, right?
(Sorry, but if we don't start with the obvious we can spend a lot of time on the wrong thing)
Sounds like your in-call volume isn't high enough. Make or receive a call and press the up volume button.
Pressing it when not on a call just turns up the ringer volume, during a call is raises the in-call volume.
Using just the phone, no headset.
The volume is all the way up.
The speaker phone isn't working either.
The bluetooth works in the car without any trouble.
I have had that problem also. It is very frustrating. The only way I could solve the issue was to power off and then back on. But this is not a solution to the problem. Please let us know if there is a solution or update that we need.
I just got mine today it worked great. But now I cant hear anything, and the speaker does not work. This is not good
I just received mine with the same problem, took it to the Verizon store and all they did was take the battery out and back in and it works fine.
Had the same problem two times. Have to take battery out each time. No reason for or activity before this happened.
Just FYI, I've had this happen twice since performing a restore factory defaults on Friday. I'd never had it happen before that.
In both cases a power off fixed the problem, but it is frustrating to get a call and have to tell people that you have to reboot your phone and you'll call them back.
Phone performance is very poor with the droid 2, Verizon denies the problem