You can try to keep on clicking it until your iPhone volume buttons go back to normal, or visit one of the so they can fix it. The fix found using accessibility did not work. You will still be able to use music docking station etc. It wouldn't cut on but for just a second. It has been working perfectly until one day I noticed that I couldn't hear well through the handsets speaker. Fortunately for you, most of them can be fixed.
. Thanks everyone the most helpful forum. I find that this problem creeps up everytime I do that. To activate hearing air mode, go to Settings and tap General. Thank goodness for people like you! There are several reasons why this can happen. When pressing the volume button on side to make it go up or down, it would show the speaker but no volume control line.
My volume bar came back up on the screen and everything is working perfectly now. His local phone tech, the wife, spent 3 days researching. Push the physical buttons — hopefully, they will work now. Call your number and if you can hear the sound, then the problem is related to your iPhone speaker. My iPhone 4s was playing sound from music or video over headphones or bluetooth but not from the phone speaker.
Volume is fine through speaker when playing different types of media. We have shared some simple tricks and several useful solutions that worked for many users. So I gave in and asked one of my kids what I was doing wrong. Hi Tried everything except the total reboot and identified that it must be the speaker. Notifications such as texts, ringtone from calls, and game apps play only through ear buds. For some users, this simple step solved the problem and the buttons started to work normally. The squeezing step worked for me for a small amount of time.
They need a true leader and not just another damn executive. Solution 1:- Remove protective plastic that came on the screen. The Apple logo will appear next. It took determination 30 mins but was successful! If the audio is fine, that's not the problem. My iPhone 5 would not ring. I tried the non-working functions and everything immediately worked.
You have double-checked your iPhone to ensure the ringer is on. Plug the earphone to the headphone jack, and try raise or lower the volume using it. Then when I turn the ringer on and use the volume bars it shows zero for ringer and wint show the volume on there either. Out of desperation, I found the suggestion to wipe with rubbing alcohol carefully so as to not push dirt into the holes and sucking on the speaker, tried this while doubting that it would actually work but this is the only thing that worked. Basically, this usually happens when you are using your earphones or headphones with your iPhone. This is a great feature of the iPhone, introduced in , that allows you to stop sounds from calls, texts, and notifications when you don't want to be bothered like while you're sleeping or in church, for instance.
Once again, try to test out your iPhone by calling it and see if it rings. This worries me since I have to send my phone in to be examined. The ribbon cable from the processor to the volume buttons runs flat along the inside back casing of the phone, so basically, every time you lay your phone down on a table face up everything inside is on top of the cable. Then, switch it to the ring mode again, and ask your friend to call you. Step 6: If asked, type your password. I was ready to march into the Verizon store and tell them this phone was defective. My headphone jack was packed full of lint from being in my pocket day after day.
If you find dirt covers the speaker holes, you can clean it using a duster or toothpick. Not sure if you will get the same results by using a hoover instead of sucking if you don't want to look silly. Do Not Disturb may be great, but it can also be tricky — because you can schedule it, you may forget that it's enabled. I haven't noticed it happening with playing music. However the last couple of nights.