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Reply babak says: August 26, 2014 at 5:42 am very usefull Thank you. I spent about 4 hours last night searching the internet for a solution to this. Reply Julie says: January 27, 2015 at 6:59 am MCF- Thank YOU thank YOU Little button worked when nothing else did! Phoned myself to check :) Reply Danae says: July 22, 2014 at 4:36 pm Thank you so much!

Reply John says: December 19, 2014 at 11:09 am It took me several tries, but if finally worked. Thanks for the tip! Let us know a. Nothing really worked but this did… Thanks alot.. look at this web-site

Ipod Touch Stuck In Headphones Mode

Pulled most of the cotton off a Qtip, stuck it in the headphone jack and wiggled it around several times, and it works! I tried like a dozen times but ended up in the same situation~ i cant use the speaker mode when I'm playing a song from apps but the ringtone works fine~ Reply Jenni says: October 3, 2014 at 7:14 pm Holy cow. Reply Emily says: May 2, 2015 at 12:36 pm I LOVE YOU!!!!!

United States Copyright © Apple Inc. Doug Moore 539,027 views 8:52 iPhone 4S iOS 5.1 - NO Audio (Audio bug). Was this answer helpful? Iphone 6 Stuck In Headphone Mode Was this answer helpful?

You can change this preference below. Ipod Touch 5 No Sound Without Headphones So I would say that, if yours is still within the exchangeable period, it would be better to exchange a new one =D share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Trying to extract something from your iPhone's headphone jack is extremely difficult, and some Apple techs won't even try. read this article If your iPod "hangs" or "freezes" in the middle of some songs this is most likely due to a problem with the particular song file -- it could be corrupted, for

Your tip works.. Ipod Touch Sound Not Working Claire December 6, 2015 at 10:54 am (UTC 0) Link to this comment None of these worked😭 My iPod 5gen speaker stop working yesterday and all you can hear is nothing Thank you. Here's the question I'd ask: "Do you wrap your headphones around your iPhone when you're not using it?" The customer would say yes. (Come to think of it, the same Genius

Ipod Touch 5 No Sound Without Headphones

Also, the inline EarPod controls stopped working soon after purchase. thanx a lot Reply mcf says: February 1, 2014 at 8:26 pm Cutting off the end of a Q-Tip and sticking it in the headphone jack and moving it around got Ipod Touch Stuck In Headphones Mode Trending Now Portland riots Serena Williams Berlin Wall LeBron James Online MBA Credit Cards Conor McGregor Cable TV Bannon Trump Khabib Nurmagomedov Answers Best Answer: Either the speakers are broken or Ipod Stuck In Headphone Mode Water Thank you!!!!

One of my favorite apps is iGun Pro, so it really sucks to have to put my headphones in everytime I want to play around with my iPod. Cut it in half, wiggled the stick part, then it worked again like new. Reply Paul says: January 23, 2014 at 9:30 am If your iPhone has made contact with water it is highly recommended to turn it OFF immediately and follow these instructions to It worked for me. Iphone Stuck In Headphone Mode

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There must have been either a short to ground somewhere and this method cleared whatever was causing my issue.You do carry the risk here of snapping this pin but to be Iphone Stuck In Headphone Mode Water Thank you so much Reply Waleed says: July 15, 2014 at 5:15 pm If qtip doesn't work take a piece of toilet paper and role it so it fits the jack Compressed Air Try using a can of compressed air to blow air directly into your iPhone's headphone jack.

Reply Amber says: April 7, 2015 at 2:47 pm Had to do it a few times but it worked, thank you.

Physical Damage If your iPhone is smashed into 1000 pieces, you probably know what's wrong. I grabbed a tooth pick and started cleaning the holes, which is the mic I think, and I also rubbed the tooth pick around in the headphone jack and next thing Went home, checked your site, voila it works!!! Ipod Touch No Sound From Speaker Thanks.

Have you got tonight's lottery numbers ? 😂 Reply Becca says: December 3, 2014 at 8:33 pm I dropped my phone on the sink and I thought it was done for Being a member gives you detailed monitoring of your requests. Pulled quite a bit of lint out of the headphone jack. Reply Dan says: June 10, 2015 at 7:47 pm I had to rough up, really, really rough up the first little tiny button inside the headphone jack multiple times with a

Uploaded on 18 Jul 2011 Category Travel & Events Licence Standard YouTube Licence Loading... Phone took a bath in the toilet about a week ago but silaca gel sorted that out :) Today the poor phone got dropped in the snow, nice white puffy stuff. This worked like a charm. tooth stick worked for my phone too :D Reply Patrick says: September 30, 2015 at 6:03 pm Thanks so much.

I dropped my phone in the toilet ): and it was saying headphones were in but after I did this it went back to normal. Have you tried resetting/restarting the iPod touch? My problem solved! Feel free to leave a comment below.

I did your trick and it worked!!!!! It worked. I was able to unlock the "Headphones Only" by sucking on the earphone jack (seriously, found that tip online in an Apple forum), but it would keep reverting to "Headphones." We'll Tried blowing and using a paint brush plus the headphones in and out, that didn't work.

I've seen everything from rice, to brown goo, to broken-off tips of cheap headphones stuck inside. Thankfully, it's easy to fix in the vast majority of encounters, though there are some cases where Headphone mode gets stuck on after an iPhone has had water contact (which is I don't even know how a case could do that! Why isn't a song visible?

duh… Reply Audrie says: October 16, 2015 at 9:43 pm Thank you so much. Please try again later. Since the iPod Touch and the iPhone are such similar products the fixes and solutions are pretty much the same. I honestly thought my phone was broke, so glad it's now fixed and back to normal, took less than forty five minutes as well.

Toggling the volume up/down buttons should just show "Ringer" as it's supposed to like the screenshot shows below, and audio will play out of the iPhone speakers as usual. Reply Liz says: October 16, 2014 at 8:44 pm It worked for me too!