Nothing seemed to work except the port gave me back volume but as headphones. I hear it for other calls. Another great thing on Apple devices is the switch at the side for silent or ringing mode. Step 4: Toggle Bluetooth off. This is a tricky one — if the Lightning port is being taken up by your headphones, how do you listen to tunes and charge at the same time? Hopefully at least one set of steps above has helped you fix your ringer sound issue. The volume keys also respond fine to Control of sound with iTunes and other apps. Then I gently used some compressed air to dry the alcohol and now it works great.
Solution 8: Turn Off Bluetooth Bluetooth can be the cause of your speakers not producing sound. The best part is, you should have sound again. Maybe you had enabled the mute switch on your iPhone and forgot to disable it. This week we're doing things a little differently and instead of giving you a new repair, we're going to take a look at some existing mods that should fix very common sound issues pertaining to both the iPhone 4S and iPhone 4. Wiped it lightly in the charging port and headphone jack.
While sound can be caused by several issues, symptoms like this are typically fixable with a pretty simple. Hmm, can I get a check from Facebook for unnecessary repair cost??? Rather, Do Not Disturb is turned on to send all calls to the voicemail, this problem is prevented when the caller calls back within minutes. Let us know in the comments if you have any questions about controlling your iPhone's ringer with the volume buttons. Now I got a working Headphone Indicator band when I push + or - buttons on the upper left sidein place of the Ringer band. When it rings, you are expecting to hear it. Hearing aid mode is designed for hearing aids with telecoil and alters the acoustic settings of the device to enhance the clarity of audio. You can use a can of compressed air or brush with soft bristles to clean it.
Make sure that you turn Bluetooth Off. The easiest way to do this is through swiping upfrom the bottom to show the Control Center. If this is your case, get your headphones and insert them into the headphone jack, then quickly pull them out. Now tap Account Settings and choose Sounds option. In our experience, if you're experiencing the sound issues like we've described above, 9 times out of 10 a dock connector replacement fixes the issue. If none of these solutions worked in your case, simply visit the nearest Apple store to have your device checked. I can control the volume with the + and - buttons.
I wonder if cleaning the dock is the equivalent of blowing on the Nintendo cartridges, something to do while you accidently fix the problem. So, to make sure your alarm is loud enough to wake you up, go to the Home screen and use the volume control button to turn it up before passing out for the night. Our should have you covered. Vibrate works but sound would be pretty helpful. Or rather, try unplugging the EarPods and plugging them in again. The iconic headphone jack is no more, but try not to worry.
The paper puts enough pressure on the dock connected to fix the problem. If nothing shows, the other accessory could have Bluetooth off or low battery. Restore an old version If you did a backup of a totally working iPhone system, you may switch back to it. The same is happening with the loan phone. Minutes later, you find out that you have missed that important call.
I had both problems on different occasions and I solved both problems in that way!! This fixed the problem for me. Wrapping Up… I hope your iPhone has started to deliver sound as usual. Please share your experience with this problem in the comments section below. I received a new phone as I was still under warranty. If this works and gets the volume button going again, it usually indicates a loose connection on the inside of the iPhone.
I looked at it before bed. Very weak from the once amazing brand. Earlier I can hear music on headphone but if headphone cable taken out no music from speakers!!! Not plugged in or anything. Use isopropyl alcohol and a Q-tip. If it is so, just flick the other way to turn on the loud mode. Then, increase the volume of your device using the volume up button on the top left side.