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Hey friends I was using my new Iphone headphones I bought just so I could use this new app the droidshuffle which works great I must add. The problem I found out though is there is a issue with the headphones. Without l

Iphone Headset not working?

 

Hey friends I was using my new Iphone headphones I bought just so I could use this new app the droidshuffle which works great I must add. The problem I found out though is there is a issue with the headphones. Without listening to music even I can’t hear incoming calls once I take out my headphones. The only two ways to fix it is by putting in my headphones so I can hear them or by restarting my phone. Anyone of you have got any ideas of what I can do, help?

 

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  • Emmanuel Terry

     
    Hi, I would say it’s worth to take it back and ask them if they can give you a replacement. I don’t really see any ways that the headphone would just stop working on its own or give you a low volume.It might be a software problem.I hope it is under warranty and if it is than you should not waste your time you should go to apple store and get it replaced because once your warranty gets over than you will not have any option and you have to fix your problem by paying few bucks.You can also Call your nearest Apple Tech Support center.I don’t see any reason why would it start giving you this problem suddenly. Use a flashlight and take a close look at the earpiece screen, (the piece that covers the earpiece), hair-gel and other products build up over time on the earpiece. Use a small needle and gently scrape away the gunk. Use compressed air after to gently blow away the loose fragments. Do not blow directly into the earpiece, you could force the debris deeper into the earpiece. I only use about 15psi and hold the air compressor nozzle at about a 45 degree angle.I hope it will work..