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The headphone cable maybe faulty. To locate the fault along the headphone wire, while you are listening to music slowly flex along he cable from the headphone to the plug in your player, When the music stops then you have located the broken wire in the cable. This can be repaired by fixing the break. You may need a friend to help you repair the cable.
The ticking noise is not a good sign at all! Try plugging it into a different computer and hope that it works. You need to get the files off of it ASAP.
The tikking sound you speak of is the disks inside your hard drive hitting each other, also known as a hard drive crash. This is BAD news if it is. Your data will not be able to be recovered if it has crashed due to physical damage. Try to get your data off of it as soon as you can, that is, if you still can
No it is not advisable to do that. U wud harm ur phone's hardware. How ever if u wish to play it on a external speakers, there are many external speakers available in the market, approx for around 200Rs.