05-27-2013 07:35 PM
I got Nook HD on Christmas 2012, it has been working fine until yesterday afternoon. I don't have any sound on it. I didn't drop it or get it wet. I have rebooted and shut it off for awhile to see if that would ix the problem. I also deregister the device, to see if that would fix the problem and It did not. I do have 2 year warranty on it. If anybody knows how to fix the problem. If you could leave easy directions. Thank you and Happy Memorial Day
05-28-2013 11:17 AM
I haven't had the issue myself, but remember this thread on sound issues. Maybe it will be of some help to you:
05-29-2013 03:34 PM
talked to two friendly nook techs on phone today regarding my issue. I followed thier steps and still didn't correct the problem. They told me I could get replacement, since it protected by 2 year repairment plan.
I have send back the old Nook and they will be replacing it with a new one this week.
thank for the help and posts. have a great week!
05-29-2013 07:47 PM
Try this: Open Google Play Store.
Search for a Volume Control App. I think there's one called MultiVolume Control.
Using that turn mute setting on and off. So make sure you use it to turn off mute.
Now try it.
Word Search, Kriss Kross, Quote Falls, Hangman - Word Game Pack.
Alarm Clock, Weather, Calendar, ToDo - Alarm Clock & Calendar.
3 Hidden Objects Adventures - 3 Hidden Objects Adventures.
10-16-2013 11:21 PM - edited 10-16-2013 11:27 PM
I experienced the same problem.
In my case, what was causing it was, I had left open the App Talktone. It was hijacking all of the sounds except Alarms, and even then only worked with headphones.
After I turned off the Talktone app, everything worked fine.
Tierra del Fuego
10-16-2013 11:26 PM
I experienced the same problem with sounds on my Nook.
What was causing it was the app Talktone was left running.
After I turned Talktone off, everyting was fine.
Tierra del Fuego
So glad top find this thread. Saw what had happened and figured on of my apps had muted the sound but could not find any way to un-mute it with the built in Nook settings. Hadn't really occured to me to find an app to do the volume control outside of the operating system.
I used the Volume + (first one I found...) free version.