My T mobile earphone dosen't works when plugged in. The earphone and chord seems to be pretty ok. Most likely the problem may be with the jack. Iam not finding any service centre who agree to service it. Please help me to solve the problem.
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Ok, here's my theory you used an earphone but it didn't disconnect. To know if this so if you see the earphone icon on your phone then that is the case. This happened to one of my phones. Anyway here is how you can solve this plug in an earphone and shake the plug gently while still plugged in. Take out the earphone. If the icon comes off problem solved if not.... .... Try again. It is usually because of the switch in the earphone jack that switches between headset and handheld mode becoming jammed. :) hope this solution helps
try cleaning up the headset hole in the phone using a cue-tip for ears. dry . and if the headset icon doesn't disappear un-plug and re-plug the jack eventually power off / on restarting the phone. see if this helps ;) good luck!
The Z11 has a four-pole input/output plug to connect the mic and the earphone. The earphone needs to be connected to the earphone jack and the mic needs to be connected to the mic input jack on the back of the computer. In other words, you should have to 3.5 mm plugs. Plugging both into the same jack will disconnect one or the other. Check your adapter, It should have two separate 3.5mm plugs. If it does, be sure they are connected to the right jacks on the computer. The headphone jack will have a headphone symbol; the mic jack will have a microphone symbol. Go to System Preferences, Sound. Select the line in preference for input and the line out preference for headphones. Just may work.
Try using the headset to listen to your iPod or MP3 player. Plug the USB plug into your Xbox or PC USB port, then plug the X1 green plug into the Headphones jack on your iPod or MP3 player. Make sure the master volume is up on the X1 (inline volume control box). Play a tune on the MP3 player. Do you hear the music? If yes, the X1 is fine. If no, you should contact Turtle Beach tech support and tell them about it.
Hi. My son just had exactly the same problem from when he first started to use the handsfree / headphones socket. It seems that there was a fault in the socket. The phone believed that the jack was in the socket even when it was not, so it disconnected the phone's speaker and microphone. We kind of got a clue as the handsfree jack did not give a very convincing 'click' when it was put in or out. The solution was - he prayed hard and then repeatedly pulled the jack plug in and out rapidly until it the socket began to 'click' properly. He then took the jack out and it has been working fine ever since. Hope this helps. Chris
Ok often this is caused by one of the cables in the earphones breaking.. try another set. Sometimes it can be the socket on the unit breaking at the solder joint on the PCB, if it is, and ya can solder? it is a pretty easy fix. But I would "Punt" for a broken earphone lead.