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Music stops suddenly when listening with headphones

When i am listening to my ipod (ipod touch 8g) with headphones and put the ipod in my pocket the music suddenly stops. I have tried different headphones and it still does it. I bought a thing for my car so I could listen to the ipod in the car. When I plugged it into the headphone jack sound only comes out of one side of the car. If you wiggle the cord where it connects the sound goes from side to side then both sides and is all crackly and then far away. Is it the accessories that are messed up or not conpatible of is it the ipod itself?

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  • Anonymous Apr 28, 2009

    I have the same problem, I cleaned the plug but this does not fix the problem. I don't know wath to do...

  • mommieto6 May 14, 2009

    ok i figured out what the problem was. My ipod was new and i was afraid of breaking it. when i would plug the headphones (the ones that came with the ipod touch) in they wouldn't go any farther and the jack seemed to be moving inside the ipod. So i stopped pushing. I bought some $10 sony headphones when my husband put them in it made this snap sound. Now any headphones will plug in and the jack doesn't seem to move on the inside like before.

    So I guess either it was messed up and not allowing me to plug headphones in all the way or it was just operator error. lol


  • KEN LaPOINT
    KEN LaPOINT May 11, 2010

    are the headphones ipod touch compatible... on the touch and iphone Apple changed the jack a bit from previous models and certain headphones and jacks don't seat properly... are you using the headphones that came with your touch? or aftermarket ones... Let me know ...

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Try not pluging it in all the way

Posted on May 31, 2009

  • chris perullo May 31, 2009

    try not pluging it in all the way

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