Speaker Issues with the Kindle Fire? For that, there’s an app!

Do you have an issue with your Fire tablet’s speaker?

Is the sound muffled, possibly due to water or dirt damage?

Then keep reading to learn more about a fantastic free program I recently discovered that may be able to help you solve your problem.

Important Note!

The app discussed in this article is NOT available from the Amazon app store.

In order to install it on your Fire tablet, you will first need to install Google Play Store on your device.

My Phone Was Saved ! Thanks to the app “Speaker Cleaner”

Yes, I know this article is about your Fire tablet’s speakers, but I discovered this app because of a problem with my phone.

I detected a little problem with my automobile while driving to school recently. My salvation came in the form of a YouTube video (how did anyone manage before the internet??). As a result, I propped up my phone at the base of the windscreen to follow along and complete the repair!

What I hadn’t realized was that the area I’d chosen for my phone was filthy and had accumulated a lot of little leaves and pine needles.

I quickly recognized that some of this dirt had made its way into the speaker when I went to listen to a message on my phone later. It was crackly and muted to the point of being unhearable.

It still sounded dreadful after I freaked out for a few minutes, pounding it on the palm of my hand and feverishly blowing into it with my little can of compressed air.

I’d pretty much accepted the reality that it was time for a new phone at this point.

Nonetheless, I decided to consult Google to see if there was any method to fix it that I hadn’t already considered – and that’s when I discovered Speaker Cleaner.

I was suspicious despite the fact that this app has THOUSANDS of positive ratings.

For one reason, it seemed improbable that a piece of software could solve a hardware issue. Also, the app advertises itself as a solution for water damage, but I already knew my speaker’s issue was dirt!

But, having exhausted all other possibilities, I decided to give it a shot.

I downloaded the software, ran it a couple of times (more on that later), and my speaker was back to normal in no time! Yay!!

You can imagine how ecstatic I was – and how I rushed to see if the same app would work on my son’s old Fire tablet, which had been experiencing some sound troubles as well!

I’m delighted to say that once I found the software in the Google Play Store, ignored the warning that it might not be optimized for his device, and ran it anyway, it cured his speaker as well !

How to Use Speaker Cleaner on Your Fire Tablet

Speaker Cleaner is a very simple app to use.

Once you’ve installed and opened it, you’ll see the following screen. Just tap ‘Clean Speaker’.

On the next screen, follow the instructions. The location of your speakers will determine whether or not you should face the screen downwards; the point is that the speakers should be looking down.

Your device will begin emitting a rhythmic sound for a couple of minutes. Wait until it has completely stopped before touching anything!

You will then be presented with the following screen.

Tap ‘Test Sound’ while keeping your fingers crossed. After that, you’ll be treated to a short sample of ‘elevator music’ to see if things have improved.

If not, don’t worry; simply press the ‘Restart’ button to restart the cleaner.

I had to run it twice, but my speakers were as good as new at the conclusion of the second round!

Some reviewers say they had to run the software up to eight times before their speakers returned to normal, so be patient.

If everything seems good, click ‘Yes,’ and you’ll be directed to a site where you may make an optional gift to help the developer (which I gladly did!).

That’s all there is to it – a painless solution to a major issue!

I hope you found this article helpful; if so, please let me know or check out my other Kindle tips and tricks.

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You might also be interested in my pick for the Best Bluetooth Speaker for the Amazon Fire Tablet.

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