07-17-2008 07:15:27 AM
Here are my symptoms:
It's stuck to Ringer (Headphones).
While stuck like this, when I call or get a call, no one can hear a thing. I can't hear them and they can't hear me.
SOMETIMES if I have my headphones on I can hear them and they can't hear me. SOMETIMES they can hear me AND I can hear them.
If I am listening to music and unplug my headphones, the audio doesn't come out of the loudspeaker nor does it pause (which is what I'd expect).
Sometimes if I unplug my headphones, the iPod starts running and playing the first song on my library (alphabetically) which of course I can't hear because the speaker on my phone isn't working and my headphones have been unplugged.
I tried plugging in and out a headphone several times and no dice. I've tried rebooting it. Nothing. I've tried everything short of a restore, which I'll try tonight if I can't figure anything else out.
This morning I had my headphones plugged in and while playing a song, I started fiddling with the audio settings on the iPod (Max volume, etc.) I then unplugged my headset and hit the ringer up button and it still showed "Ringer (Headphones)" and then hit the ringer down and it worked as normal. I could hear my typing sounds and all other normal functions normally. Finally. After 3 days of it not working. I didn't even dare plug my headphones back... and 2 hours later, the phone went back to the "Ringer (Headphones)".
I bought my iPhone in January, if that helps.
07-17-2008 07:20:01 AM
07-17-2008 07:27:03 AM
07-17-2008 07:28:43 AM - edited 07-17-2008 07:30:58 AM
Message Edited by geri o on 07-17-2008 07:30:58 AM
07-17-2008 07:55:23 AM
07-17-2008 08:39:23 AM
I updated to version 2 yesterday morning...
According to my About screen it's "2.0 (5A347)".
Same thing or was there a revision I didn't know?
Thanks for your help btw!
07-17-2008 08:53:43 AM
07-17-2008 07:37:05 PM
07-17-2008 07:55:29 PM
My iphone also had this problem, and I, simply, stuck a q-tip in the jack and cleaned it out. worked like a charm.
07-21-2008 06:15:32 AM
This issue is semi-resolved. I cleaned the jack and it happens less. If it does happen, I remove the headphones reeeeaaaal slooooow and that does it.