Must use Speaker to hear phone calls -built in ear speaker auto-disabled
SYMPTOM: When I make a phone call, I need to either use a BT headphone or press the "speakerphone" softkey in order to hear the other party. When I raise the volume (side button) it says "headphone" on the display, but no headphones are plugged in.
CAUSE (this has been happening since...): I had the iPhone plugged into a mini jack cable that connects to the AUX function of my car. We were listening to music when driving when I received an incoming call. We were actually able to take the call on the car (via speakers and built-in mic in car, tho it was not in "hands free" mode), but ever since, I can't make a call and hear the other party by holding the phone up to my ear. It seems that the iPhone still thinks there is a phantom plug in the phono jack.
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Re: Must use Speaker to hear phone calls -built in ear...
If it still does this after a hard reset and a software restore, it's usually caused by a defective audio jack module, this should be covered under warranty. If you're not covered, you
can try a iphone repair guide websites, there are also places that sell iphone parts.
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It could be a speaker issue. Try using you phone on speaker phone, or ear buds with with built in MIC or blue tooth headset. If it works with these options then its an issue with the speaker. If it doesnt work even with other options then its a more serious issue
Do you have the phone on speaker or the earphone? There are differnet volume adjustments for speaker vs. in ear vs. the headphones. If one is really quiet, try one of the other ways to see if it is an issue with a speaker, or an issue with the phone?
There could be a Three problems. In all cases you have to get it serviced..
Cause no.1_ Your ear speaker has stop functioning.
Cause No.2_ There could be a connection loss with ear speaker.
Cause No.3_ IC which looks after ear speaker has stop functioning..
Hope this has helped you..
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if you cant hear caller voice. do one thing go to gallery and go to voice recorder and record some voice then save that then go to media and play recorded sound if its working means your loud speaker is working but not ear peic means (ear speaker) not working. so then you need to change ear speaker.you can do your self just watch video on online.
1- Probably the problem is with the speaker = change the in-built speaker OR 2- The problem is with the earphone jack. = Check if a headphone sign is there on the screen. If yes... then connect & remove headphone/ear-set jack into your mobile few times till the headphone sign is gone from the mobile screen.
This just happen to me 45 seconds ago what you do is put the phone on the charger and make a call to your self or voice mail and then you unplug the charger and hit your speaker or try and hit your speaker button while its on charger then unplug one or the other. this is what i did to fix this problem
This is a factory defect from the switch inside the headset plug which when used will disconnect sound to the ear speaker on the phone and route it to the headphone or an ear piece.When this switch is closed by a fault you won't be able to hear anything through the ear speaker once the connection is established.