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Hi @The Recreation Hub
What is the make and model number of your tablet?
'''If it is a Lenovo Ideatab A1000''' then there appears to be no option to adjust the sound level between the left and right speaker only to increase/decrease the volume to both at the same time.
The model does have the option of a Dolby Digital equalizer adjustment in Settings but it seems this only works when the headphones are connected and doesn’t affect the speakers individually.
The reason why there may be no sound in the left speaker may be software related or more likely a hardware problem.
To eliminate software as the possible cause try the following:
i). [link|https://www.hardreset.info/devices/lenovo/lenovo-ideatab-a1000/recovery-mode/|Wipe the cache partition] and check if this resolves the problem.
ii). If still no good, start the tablet in [link|https://www.androidsettings.net/lenovo-a1000-safe-mode/|safe mode] and check if it now works OK. If it does then a ''downloaded'' app is the cause of the problem. The trick is to find out which one. You will need to uninstall each ''downloaded'' app, one by one and then test the tablet in normal mode between each uninstall to check if it works OK. When it does then the last downloaded app that was uninstalled was the cause. A ''downloaded'' app is one that you downloaded and installed in the tablet and didn’t come pre-installed with it.
iii). If still no good, try a factory restore. {see link in para. i) above}.
''Be aware that a factory restore will erase all your data and downloaded apps. It will restore the tablet to its factory default condition. '''Backup the tablet''' to the cloud or a PC '''before''' attempting a '''factory restore'''. Also if the tablet has a Google account it may be prudent to know the Google account ID and password so that the tablet can be accessed after the factory restore. I’m not sure if the FRP lock (factory reset protection) applies to the Android version that is installed in the tablet but it won’t hurt to know it in case it does.''
Once the backup has been completed, factory restore the tablet either using the link above or in the tablet’s Settings ''factory restore'' menu option.
Once the tablet has been reset to factory check if the left speaker now works.
-''If it still doesn’t work'' it is a hardware problem. Since if affects the left speaker regardless of the output connection i.e. speaker or headphones most likely it is on the systemboard perhaps in the audio IC circuitry. The tablet would need to be opened and tested as to where the problem is. Here’s a link to the [link|https://www.manualslib.com/manual/580742/Lenovo-Ideatab-A1000.html#product-IdeaTab%20A1000|hardware maintenance manual] that may help.
+''If it still doesn’t work'' it is a hardware problem. Since if affects the left speaker regardless of the output connection i.e. speaker or headphones most likely it is on the systemboard perhaps in the audio IC circuitry. The tablet would need to be opened and tested as to where the problem is. Here’s a link to the [link|https://www.manualslib.com/manual/580742/Lenovo-Ideatab-A1000.html#product-IdeaTab%20A1000|hardware maintenance manual] that may help to gain access to the systemboard.
''If it now works OK,'' then using the backup created earlier, restore the tablet by using the ''restore feature'' found in the Settings menu area (same place as the factory restore). Once it has been restored to what it was, check that it still works OK. If so then the reset has fixed the problem

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Hi @The Recreation Hub
What is the make and model number of your tablet?
'''If it is a Lenovo Ideatab A1000''' then there appears to be no option to adjust the sound level between the left and right speaker only to increase/decrease the volume to both at the same time.
The model does have the option of a Dolby Digital equalizer adjustment in Settings but it seems this only works when the headphones are connected and doesn’t affect the speakers individually.
The reason why there may be no sound in the left speaker may be software related or more likely a hardware problem.
To eliminate software as the possible cause try the following:
i). [link|https://www.hardreset.info/devices/lenovo/lenovo-ideatab-a1000/recovery-mode/|Wipe the cache partition] and check if this resolves the problem.
ii). If still no good, start the tablet in [link|https://www.androidsettings.net/lenovo-a1000-safe-mode/|safe mode] and check if it now works OK. If it does then a ''downloaded'' app is the cause of the problem. The trick is to find out which one. You will need to uninstall each ''downloaded'' app, one by one and then test the tablet in normal mode between each uninstall to check if it works OK. When it does then the last downloaded app that was uninstalled was the cause. A ''downloaded'' app is one that you downloaded and installed in the tablet and didn’t come pre-installed with it.
iii). If still no good, try a factory restore. {see link in para. i) above}.
''Be aware that a factory restore will erase all your data and downloaded apps. It will restore the tablet to its factory default condition. '''Backup the tablet''' to the cloud or a PC '''before''' attempting a '''factory restore'''. Also if the tablet has a Google account it may be prudent to know the Google account ID and password so that the tablet can be accessed after the factory restore. I’m not sure if the FRP lock (factory reset protection) applies to the Android version that is installed in the tablet but it won’t hurt to know it in case it does.''
Once the backup has been completed, factory restore the tablet either using the link above or in the tablet’s Settings ''factory restore'' menu option.
Once the tablet has been reset to factory check if the left speaker now works.
-''If not'' it is a hardware problem. Since if affects the left speaker regardless of the output connection i.e. speaker or headphones most likely it is on the systemboard perhaps in the audio IC circuitry. The tablet would need to be opened and tested as to where the problem is. Here’s a link to the [link|https://www.manualslib.com/manual/580742/Lenovo-Ideatab-A1000.html#product-IdeaTab%20A1000|hardware maintenance manual] that may help.
+''If it still doesn’t work'' it is a hardware problem. Since if affects the left speaker regardless of the output connection i.e. speaker or headphones most likely it is on the systemboard perhaps in the audio IC circuitry. The tablet would need to be opened and tested as to where the problem is. Here’s a link to the [link|https://www.manualslib.com/manual/580742/Lenovo-Ideatab-A1000.html#product-IdeaTab%20A1000|hardware maintenance manual] that may help.
''If it now works OK,'' then using the backup created earlier, restore the tablet by using the ''restore feature'' found in the Settings menu area (same place as the factory restore). Once it has been restored to what it was, check that it still works OK. If so then the reset has fixed the problem

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Hi @The Recreation Hub
What is the make and model number of your tablet?
'''If it is a Lenovo Ideatab A1000''' then there appears to be no option to adjust the sound level between the left and right speaker only to increase/decrease the volume to both at the same time.
The model does have the option of a Dolby Digital equalizer adjustment in Settings but it seems this only works when the headphones are connected and doesn’t affect the speakers individually.
The reason why there may be no sound in the left speaker may be software related or more likely a hardware problem.
To eliminate software as the possible cause try the following:
i). [link|https://www.hardreset.info/devices/lenovo/lenovo-ideatab-a1000/recovery-mode/|Wipe the cache partition] and check if this resolves the problem.
ii). If still no good, start the tablet in [link|https://www.androidsettings.net/lenovo-a1000-safe-mode/|safe mode] and check if it now works OK. If it does then a ''downloaded'' app is the cause of the problem. The trick is to find out which one. You will need to uninstall each ''downloaded'' app, one by one and then test the tablet in normal mode between each uninstall to check if it works OK. When it does then the last downloaded app that was uninstalled was the cause. A ''downloaded'' app is one that you downloaded and installed in the tablet and didn’t come pre-installed with it.
-iii). Try a factory restore. {see link in para. i) above}.
+iii). If still no good, try a factory restore. {see link in para. i) above}.
''Be aware that a factory restore will erase all your data and downloaded apps. It will restore the tablet to its factory default condition. '''Backup the tablet''' to the cloud or a PC '''before''' attempting a '''factory restore'''. Also if the tablet has a Google account it may be prudent to know the Google account ID and password so that the tablet can be accessed after the factory restore. I’m not sure if the FRP lock (factory reset protection) applies to the Android version that is installed in the tablet but it won’t hurt to know it in case it does.''
Once the backup has been completed, factory restore the tablet either using the link above or in the tablet’s Settings ''factory restore'' menu option.
Once the tablet has been reset to factory check if the left speaker now works.
''If not'' it is a hardware problem. Since if affects the left speaker regardless of the output connection i.e. speaker or headphones most likely it is on the systemboard perhaps in the audio IC circuitry. The tablet would need to be opened and tested as to where the problem is. Here’s a link to the [link|https://www.manualslib.com/manual/580742/Lenovo-Ideatab-A1000.html#product-IdeaTab%20A1000|hardware maintenance manual] that may help.
''If it now works OK,'' then using the backup created earlier, restore the tablet by using the ''restore feature'' found in the Settings menu area (same place as the factory restore). Once it has been restored to what it was, check that it still works OK. If so then the reset has fixed the problem

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Hi @The Recreation Hub
What is the make and model number of your tablet?
'''If it is a Lenovo Ideatab A1000''' then there appears to be no option to adjust the sound level between the left and right speaker only to increase/decrease the volume to both at the same time.
The model does have the option of a Dolby Digital equalizer adjustment in Settings but it seems this only works when the headphones are connected and doesn’t affect the speakers individually.
-The reason why there may be no sound in the left speaker may be software related or a hardware problem.
+The reason why there may be no sound in the left speaker may be software related or more likely a hardware problem.
To eliminate software as the possible cause try the following:
i). [link|https://www.hardreset.info/devices/lenovo/lenovo-ideatab-a1000/recovery-mode/|Wipe the cache partition] and check if this resolves the problem.
ii). If still no good, start the tablet in [link|https://www.androidsettings.net/lenovo-a1000-safe-mode/|safe mode] and check if it now works OK. If it does then a ''downloaded'' app is the cause of the problem. The trick is to find out which one. You will need to uninstall each ''downloaded'' app, one by one and then test the tablet in normal mode between each uninstall to check if it works OK. When it does then the last downloaded app that was uninstalled was the cause. A ''downloaded'' app is one that you downloaded and installed in the tablet and didn’t come pre-installed with it.
iii). Try a factory restore. {see link in para. i) above}.
''Be aware that a factory restore will erase all your data and downloaded apps. It will restore the tablet to its factory default condition. '''Backup the tablet''' to the cloud or a PC '''before''' attempting a '''factory restore'''. Also if the tablet has a Google account it may be prudent to know the Google account ID and password so that the tablet can be accessed after the factory restore. I’m not sure if the FRP lock (factory reset protection) applies to the Android version that is installed in the tablet but it won’t hurt to know it in case it does.''
Once the backup has been completed, factory restore the tablet either using the link above or in the tablet’s Settings ''factory restore'' menu option.
Once the tablet has been reset to factory check if the left speaker now works.
-''If not'' it is a hardware problem. Since if affects the left speaker regardless of the output connection i.e. speaker or headphones most likely it is on the systemboard perhaps in the audio IC. The tablet would need to be opened and tested as to where the problem is. Here’s a link to the [link|https://www.manualslib.com/manual/580742/Lenovo-Ideatab-A1000.html#product-IdeaTab%20A1000|hardware maintenance manual] that may help.
+''If not'' it is a hardware problem. Since if affects the left speaker regardless of the output connection i.e. speaker or headphones most likely it is on the systemboard perhaps in the audio IC circuitry. The tablet would need to be opened and tested as to where the problem is. Here’s a link to the [link|https://www.manualslib.com/manual/580742/Lenovo-Ideatab-A1000.html#product-IdeaTab%20A1000|hardware maintenance manual] that may help.
''If it now works OK,'' then using the backup created earlier, restore the tablet by using the ''restore feature'' found in the Settings menu area (same place as the factory restore). Once it has been restored to what it was, check that it still works OK. If so then the reset has fixed the problem

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Hi @The Recreation Hub
What is the make and model number of your tablet?
'''If it is a Lenovo Ideatab A1000''' then there appears to be no option to adjust the sound level between the left and right speaker only to increase/decrease the volume to both at the same time.
The model does have the option of a Dolby Digital equalizer adjustment in Settings but it seems this only works when the headphones are connected and doesn’t affect the speakers individually.
The reason why there may be no sound in the left speaker may be software related or a hardware problem.
To eliminate software as the possible cause try the following:
i). [link|https://www.hardreset.info/devices/lenovo/lenovo-ideatab-a1000/recovery-mode/|Wipe the cache partition] and check if this resolves the problem.
ii). If still no good, start the tablet in [link|https://www.androidsettings.net/lenovo-a1000-safe-mode/|safe mode] and check if it now works OK. If it does then a ''downloaded'' app is the cause of the problem. The trick is to find out which one. You will need to uninstall each ''downloaded'' app, one by one and then test the tablet in normal mode between each uninstall to check if it works OK. When it does then the last downloaded app that was uninstalled was the cause. A ''downloaded'' app is one that you downloaded and installed in the tablet and didn’t come pre-installed with it.
iii). Try a factory restore. {see link in para. i) above}.
''Be aware that a factory restore will erase all your data and downloaded apps. It will restore the tablet to its factory default condition. '''Backup the tablet''' to the cloud or a PC '''before''' attempting a '''factory restore'''. Also if the tablet has a Google account it may be prudent to know the Google account ID and password so that the tablet can be accessed after the factory restore. I’m not sure if the FRP lock (factory reset protection) applies to the Android version that is installed in the tablet but it won’t hurt to know it in case it does.''
Once the backup has been completed, factory restore the tablet either using the link above or in the tablet’s Settings ''factory restore'' menu option.
Once the tablet has been reset to factory check if the left speaker now works.
''If not'' it is a hardware problem. Since if affects the left speaker regardless of the output connection i.e. speaker or headphones most likely it is on the systemboard perhaps in the audio IC. The tablet would need to be opened and tested as to where the problem is. Here’s a link to the [link|https://www.manualslib.com/manual/580742/Lenovo-Ideatab-A1000.html#product-IdeaTab%20A1000|hardware maintenance manual] that may help.
-''If it now works OK,'' then using the backup created earlier, restore the tablet by using the ''restore feature'' found in the Settings menu area (same place as the factory restore). Once it has been restored to what it was, check tat it still works OK. if so then the reset has fixed the problem
+''If it now works OK,'' then using the backup created earlier, restore the tablet by using the ''restore feature'' found in the Settings menu area (same place as the factory restore). Once it has been restored to what it was, check that it still works OK. If so then the reset has fixed the problem

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Modifié par : jayeff ,

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Hi @The Recreation Hub
What is the make and model number of your tablet?
'''If it is a Lenovo Ideatab A1000''' then there appears to be no option to adjust the sound level between the left and right speaker only to increase/decrease the volume to both at the same time.
-The model does have the option of a Dolby Digital equalizer adjustment in Settings but it seems this only works when the headphones are connected.
+The model does have the option of a Dolby Digital equalizer adjustment in Settings but it seems this only works when the headphones are connected and doesn’t affect the speakers individually.
The reason why there may be no sound in the left speaker may be software related or a hardware problem.
To eliminate software as the possible cause try the following:
-i). [https://www.hardreset.info/devices/lenovo/lenovo-ideatab-a1000/recovery-mode/|Wipe the cache partition] and check if this resolves the problem.
+i). [link|https://www.hardreset.info/devices/lenovo/lenovo-ideatab-a1000/recovery-mode/|Wipe the cache partition] and check if this resolves the problem.
-ii). If still no good, start the tablet in [https://www.androidsettings.net/lenovo-a1000-safe-mode/|safe mode] and check if it now works OK. If it does then a ''downloaded'' app is the cause of the problem. The trick is to find out which one. You will need to uninstall each ''downloaded'' app, one by one and then test the tablet in normal mode between each uninstall to check if it works OK. When it does then the last downloaded app that was uninstalled was the cause. A ''downloaded'' app is one that you downloaded and installed in the tablet and didn’t come pre-installed with it.
+ii). If still no good, start the tablet in [link|https://www.androidsettings.net/lenovo-a1000-safe-mode/|safe mode] and check if it now works OK. If it does then a ''downloaded'' app is the cause of the problem. The trick is to find out which one. You will need to uninstall each ''downloaded'' app, one by one and then test the tablet in normal mode between each uninstall to check if it works OK. When it does then the last downloaded app that was uninstalled was the cause. A ''downloaded'' app is one that you downloaded and installed in the tablet and didn’t come pre-installed with it.
iii). Try a factory restore. {see link in para. i) above}.
''Be aware that a factory restore will erase all your data and downloaded apps. It will restore the tablet to its factory default condition. '''Backup the tablet''' to the cloud or a PC '''before''' attempting a '''factory restore'''. Also if the tablet has a Google account it may be prudent to know the Google account ID and password so that the tablet can be accessed after the factory restore. I’m not sure if the FRP lock (factory reset protection) applies to the Android version that is installed in the tablet but it won’t hurt to know it in case it does.''
Once the backup has been completed, factory restore the tablet either using the link above or in the tablet’s Settings ''factory restore'' menu option.
Once the tablet has been reset to factory check if the left speaker now works.
-''If not'' it is a hardware problem. Since if affects the left speaker regardless of the output connection i.e. speaker or headphones most likely it is on the systemboard perhaps in the audio IC. The tablet would need to be opened and tested as to where the problem is. Here’s a link to the [https://www.manualslib.com/manual/580742/Lenovo-Ideatab-A1000.html#product-IdeaTab%20A1000|hardware maintenance manual] that may help.
+''If not'' it is a hardware problem. Since if affects the left speaker regardless of the output connection i.e. speaker or headphones most likely it is on the systemboard perhaps in the audio IC. The tablet would need to be opened and tested as to where the problem is. Here’s a link to the [link|https://www.manualslib.com/manual/580742/Lenovo-Ideatab-A1000.html#product-IdeaTab%20A1000|hardware maintenance manual] that may help.
''If it now works OK,'' then using the backup created earlier, restore the tablet by using the ''restore feature'' found in the Settings menu area (same place as the factory restore). Once it has been restored to what it was, check tat it still works OK. if so then the reset has fixed the problem

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Hi @The Recreation Hub

What is the make and model number of your tablet?

'''If it is a Lenovo Ideatab A1000''' then there appears to be no option to adjust the sound level between the left and right speaker only to increase/decrease the volume to both at the same time.

The model does have the option of a Dolby Digital equalizer adjustment in Settings but it seems this only works when the headphones are connected.

The reason why there may be no sound in the left speaker may be software related or a hardware problem.

To eliminate software as the possible cause try the following:

i). [https://www.hardreset.info/devices/lenovo/lenovo-ideatab-a1000/recovery-mode/|Wipe the cache partition] and check if this resolves the problem.

ii). If still no good, start the tablet in [https://www.androidsettings.net/lenovo-a1000-safe-mode/|safe mode] and check if it now works OK. If it does then a ''downloaded'' app is the cause of the problem. The trick is to find out which one. You will need to uninstall each ''downloaded'' app, one by one and then test the tablet in normal mode between each uninstall to check if it works OK. When it does then the last downloaded app that was uninstalled was the cause. A ''downloaded'' app is one that you downloaded and installed in the tablet and didn’t come pre-installed with it.

iii). Try a factory restore. {see link in para. i) above}.

''Be aware that a factory restore will erase all your data and downloaded apps. It will restore the tablet to its factory default condition. '''Backup the tablet''' to the cloud or a PC '''before''' attempting a '''factory restore'''. Also if the tablet has a Google account it may be prudent to know the Google account ID and password so that the tablet can be accessed after the factory restore. I’m not sure if the FRP lock (factory reset protection) applies to the Android version that is installed in the tablet but it won’t hurt to know it in case it does.''

Once the backup has been completed, factory restore the tablet either using the link above or in the tablet’s Settings ''factory restore'' menu option.

Once the tablet has been reset to factory check if the left speaker now works.

''If not'' it is a hardware problem. Since if affects the left speaker regardless of the output connection i.e. speaker or headphones most likely it is on the systemboard perhaps in the audio IC. The tablet would need to be opened and tested as to where the problem is. Here’s a link to the [https://www.manualslib.com/manual/580742/Lenovo-Ideatab-A1000.html#product-IdeaTab%20A1000|hardware maintenance manual] that may help.

''If it now works OK,'' then using the backup created earlier, restore the tablet by using the ''restore feature'' found in the Settings menu area (same place as the factory restore). Once it has been restored to what it was, check tat it still works OK. if so then the reset has fixed the problem

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