If you can't hear your patient, it can be due to a couple of reasons:
Their microphone is not working
Your speakers are not working
First, run doxybot pre-call test on your device to make sure your microphone is set up and working.
Also ask your patient to run the doxybot pre-call test to make sure their speakers are working. Send this link to your patient: https://doxy.me/precall-test .
Next, run the doxybot pre-call test on your device to make sure your speakers are all set up and working.
Also have your patient run the doxybot pre-call test to make sure their microphone is working. Send this link to your patient: https://doxy.me/precall-test
Here are a few more things to try:
Are your speakers turned on?
Make sure you can hear sound from your speakers. If your computer has headphones or other speakers connected, make sure the sound isn't playing there.
Are the correct microphone and speakers selected?
Open device settings before or during a call to check which speakers and microphone are used. Both you and your patient need to check this.
Does your patient have a microphone?
Your patient's computer may not have a microphone, or it's not plugged in or turned on. Make sure they have a working microphone.
Is your patient's microphone muted?
If your patient has a microphone with a press-to-mute button, make sure it isn't muted. Also, doxy.me has its own mute button. Make sure they don't have it turned on.
Did your patient give permission to access their microphone?
The first time your patient checks into doxy.me, their browser will request permission to access their microphone. If they denied access, you won't hear them.
Restart both your computers
Sometimes other video programs (such as Skype or FaceTime) can block access to your microphone or speakers. Restart both of your computers, or close these programs and then try again.
Is your browser up to date?
Out of date browsers can cause audio issues. Make sure your browser is on the latest version.
If your current browser isn't working, try using a different browser.
Check your computer settings
Your patient's computer settings may prevent them from sharing their microphone. Have them check their microphone computer settings on Windows or Mac.
Check antivirus, firewall or parental settings
Your patient may have antivirus, firewall, or parental control software installed that are blocking access to their microphone.
If you have any questions, please contact our support team.