Question about Cell Phones
Remove the headphones and reboot the phone.
Ringer Volume whilst using headphones is preset.
Posted on Jan 02, 2020
Testimonial: "Here's what worked: I first removed the case, which was dirty. I then tried a soft reset, but that didn't work. So I did the q-tip thing and the tip came out black. So kept working at it. I then took a thin toothpick and used that, both the narrow end and the wider end (carefully) to clean the headphone jack and then finished off with another round with the q-tip. Still nothing, but then I did another soft reset and Shazam. Back in the ringer business! Needless to say, I cleaned my case too! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_UQkDdcFsE"
Power cycle phone
Posted on Jan 03, 2020
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It means that everything is being forward to a BT headset. You need to disable it, go to the BT icon, My devices, choose the BT that is currently connected and tap on Disconnect, or just power off the BT.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
Just had and fixed the same problem that hundreds of people are suffering with this system!!
Sony DAV s400 - same problem, won't play though speakers and display indicates that headphones are plugged in - when they are not. Fairly easy to fix and took me less than an hour from start to finish:
1) Remove top cover
2) Remove circuit board that has Audio In/Out phono scockets (to get access to Amplifier Circuit Board)
3) Remove Amplifier circuit board (has the speakers attached)
4) Turn it over and remove copper heat shield
5) Resolder joints where the big brown capacitor is and where the wires go to the front headphone socket...and any other dodgy joints that you find
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
Try changing the Windows Default Audio devices
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
SOURCE: Sound Problem
ok paola! the problem is the headphone connector inside the TV.. maybe did not turn back the switch to speaker mode. check the headphone connector (at inside the tv). small problem goodluck paola!!!
Posted on Sep 14, 2007
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