Question about Apple iPod touch 1st Generation (8 GB) MP3 Player
I bought my ipod yeterday and when i got it the sound didnt work i used several headphones even bought new ones and the sound didnt work i even went to settings to change the sound to headphones and it didnt work then set it to speaker and sdidnt work what do i do??:(
If it was bought new and the sound doesnt work, its most likely either a defect in firmware from the manufacturing, or the ipod internal audio jack or stereo was damaged while being shipped to the store. Its best to take it back to where you bought it to be replaced, before your return date ends. Or if you have a Apple warranty, you can contact them online or give them a call
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: headphones not playing in iPod
This is either cause by a damaged headphone socket in the iPod or a loose connection. The only way to solve it will involve opening the iPod case and inspecting the daughter board that the headphone socket is on.
Posted on Mar 06, 2008
I actually had the exact same problem with my ipod touch. It's actually not a problem with the headphones but with the headphone jack on the ipod. For a while i "solved" this problem by wrapping my headphone wires twice around my ipod [so it was tight and the sound could be heard, the same way u do it by pushing it with ur finger]. Well one day my ipod jack just fixed itself, I got lucky. But my advice to you is to send it into apple like my friend who had the same problem did, they sent him a new one [hopefully u have a warrenty!]
hope that helped!!..thank you!!..
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
SOURCE: ipod nano 16gb
there could be a hardware issue with the headphone jack module. may need to be swapped out. check apple's warranty first, if they can't help you it can be done by a tech savy user. there is an ipod repair guide if you want to do it yourself or have a friend help you.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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