I plug my headphones in and you have to mess with the headphones to get it so you can hear the music and then when you move them again the music goes out and you have to keep repeating this process!! how do i fix this
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Aux-in jack is used to play another device such as an Ipod or other sources through your Jensen player, using it as some sort of an amplifier. Look for another port on your Jensen player that says "audio out" or "Spkr" (means speakers) to plug in her headphones. If you can't find any of these ports then you might have purchased a n actual boom box, which does not have the capability to play through headphones, sorry about that.
most system has seperate audio ports for the speaker and the headphone but they are interchangeable. try plugging the speaker on the audio your using for the headphone. if your already using the same audio jack then try using another speaker, but since you mentioned that the headphone works then its possible you might need to replace your speaker
Your plug-in is not functioning properly. It appears it has become loose over prolonged use and is dirty.
I suggest clean the plug-in by blowing air OR with a soft cotton wad slightly moistened with mild detergent ( Best is ear cleaning buds).
Also check the wiring connection in the audio jack as that also can be loose OR fix a new Audio Jack
i had the same prob. just try blowing into the headphone jack or unplugging and plugging back in the headphones into the headphone jack a couple of times. there must be some sort of problem with the headphone jack that makes the phone think that the headphones are still in or something.
You probably plugged a headset that does not have a mic. after you unplug it your phone will think that the head set is still plugged in. these phones are stupid and after you unplug the headset it will still be looking for the mic. Plug in and out the headset rapidly and then your phone will give you a notice saying that there is no mic to the headset. this will fix your problem. P.S. keep insisting, this fixed my problem
If you are talking about when you use the headphones, then try getting new headphones. This happened to me too, and once I replaced those it worked just fine. You shouldn't stick anything in there, because you could further damage it, and if you have a warrenty, then it wont be covered. Try the new headphones, if thats not it, then take it in to have it repaired, or get a new one. Good luck.
in your case, if the one of the headphones of your device is not working, and you have already tried different earphones and verified that there is no problem with the earphones. Sorry to say this but your unit needs service. Call samsung and let them set a repair request for you. :(