Posted by Aimee , May 07, 2019
"Hey, what's wrong with my iPhone, it stuck in headphones Mode even when the phone is not connected to anything? I can't hear any sound! What should I do?"
Well, the symptoms are quite common. But don't worry, in this article, we will list some easy fixes to help you out. So, let's go!
Method 1: Turn on Airplane Mode. Go to Settings > Airplane Mode to put your device in Airplane mode. Then wait for about 5 minutes, turn it off again by tapping o the Airplane mode button again.
Method 2: Use Bluetooth Speaker. Sometimes, your iPhone may come out of headphone mode by pairing your device with any Bluetooth device. Go to Settings > Bluetooth. Once connected to the Bluetooth speaker, simply play a song. At the same time, just turn off your iPhone’s Bluetooth.
Method 3: Reboot your iPhone. For iPhone X/8, Long press the volume up button, release it. Swiftly hold and release the volume down button. Now press and hold the side button until the device switch offs and turns on again. Let go the button once the Apple logo is displayed. For iPhone 7/7 Plus: Promptly push lock button and simultaneously press volume down button. Free both buttons when the Apple logo is displayed. And for iPhone 6/6s/SE/earlier, press Home and power button together. keep pressing both the buttons unless Apple logo is seen. Now release the buttons and wait for your iPhone to restart.
Method 4: Change iPhone Settings. Navigate to Settings > General > Accessibility > Interaction > Call Audio Routing. Here Automatic should be tick by default. If it is not, just change it to Automatic.
Method 5: Record a sound may force your device out of headphone mode. Just use any recording app such as Voice Memos or simply record a video with your device's camera.
Method 6: Play music with your headphones plugged in, wait until the screen gets locked automatically. Once locked, unlock the iPhone and stop playing the track. Remove your headphones and immediately play any song or video. Check if your speakers are working now.
Method 7: Drive your iPhone into DFU Mode. Steps are showed below:
- Connect your iPhone to your PC via USB, open iTunes and press & hold Home together with Sleep/Wake button for 10s.
- Once the screen goes black, release only the Sleep/Wake button. Later, if you see an iTunes message confirming that your device is detected in recovery mode is seen, you can release the Home button.
- Now if you see a completely black screen, your iPhone has entered DFU mode successful.
Actually, if you are seeking a more simple and faster way to solve such an issue, you can't miss RecoveryTool Fix Recovery, which can fix all kinds of iPhone errors without any data loss. How to make it? Keep reading, please.
Step 1: Download and launch the software. Select iOS System Recovery from the main window, then connect your device to the PC with USB cable. Once the software detects it, select Start.
Step 2: Download the latest iOS version by clicking on Repair.
Step 3: When the download is OK, the program will begin repairing the operating system, and with a few minutes, your device will return to its normal state.
We do sincerely hope that the above solutions would be helpful for you guys.