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When i plug my headphne and it only hear the left speaker intstead of the right i only hear one side only instead of both sides and when i try to play through my stereo bluetooth and its said you have to disconnet the wired headphone even tho the my headpne is out of the jack

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Sounds like your headphone's port on your phone is the cause.Try connect,disconnect and then reconnect the headphones for a few times to clear it up.

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