share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply jeremiisama, May 1, 2010 jeremiisama macrumors newbie Joined: May 1, 2010 #20 It actually Worked!!!!! spyx1007 384,752 views 9:37 iPod Video 5th Gen Headphone Jack Replacement One Ear Sound | GadgetMenders.com - Duration: 6:20. use FLAT non-metallic objects to open IPOD backing pans. Yes No Voted Undo Score 0 Cancel Comments: Removed back with extreme caution had a cursory glance decided not to poke around & put cover back on now no screen Wtf this content
Cancel Kordz Rep: 1 Posted: 06/17/2014 Options Permalink History Go onto 'settings' then go to 'general' then go to 'accessibility' then you will see an option 'mono audio' turn it on and walla! Thank you for signing up. PhoneBuff 5,546,877 views 8:02 iPod Touch 1st Generation Repair Take Apart Video - Duration: 10:50.
Don't blame me if it doesn't work. The following two youtube videos will show you how to do this: Good luck! 12 thoughts on “Headphone Jack / Earphones not Working on iPod Touch” Jean-Ezra Yeung on May 27, The genius at the Apple Store offered to give me a $100 discount on a refurbished Touch - but I passed.
Was this answer helpful? Stay logged in Please select a forum to jump to News and Article Discussion MacRumors.com News Discussion Mac Blog Discussion You will also need to purchase a replacement headphone jack to place into your iPod touch. Ipod Headphone Jack Only Plays One Side Working...
Or, you can sell it on ebay to someone who knows how to fix it and buy yourself a new one. Ipod Nano Headphone Jack Not Working Could that happen? Cancel jason Rep: 1 Posted: 11/11/2012 Options Permalink History No need to add something or clean the jack. http://www.thefakegeek.com/2011/07/headphone-jack-earphones-not-working-on-ipod-touch/ Loading...
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Do not pull the copper wires.
Thirdly, get a screw and try to place it under the audio jack upside down. Ipod Classic Headphone Jack Not Working Once there is no longer the strong aroma of alcohol at the port, you can try turning the Touch back on, and plugging in one of your clean jacks.Click to expand... How To Fix Ipod Headphone Jack Without Opening It Will the Apple store exchange it for a new one there?
I thought it was because I was mistreating my headphones and a wire had come lose. news Cancel Samuel Simons Rep: 1 Posted: 06/29/2013 Options Permalink History All you gotta do is get a safety pin, stick it in and CAREFULLY scrape out the dust. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply JAT, Jun 20, 2010 JAT macrumors 603 Joined: Dec 31, 2001 Location: Mpls, MN #22 Yours is still Was this answer helpful? Ipod Touch Headphone Jack Repair Cost
Was this answer helpful? Find flat/wide/thin/strong prying tools if possible; screwdrivers tend to be too narrow and damage the rear chrome pan of the iPod with pry-marks. When I pressed down on the screen near the jack, the left headphone would work again. have a peek at these guys BTW, I tossed so many pairs of ear buds thinking they were at fault..............including the nice white ones which came with my iPod Touch.
The only problem is that I think I may have used too much alcohol as there's some cloudyness in the screen, but that's fine as I only ever look at the Ipod Touch Headphone Jack Size Dec 29, 2013 9:45 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post Apple Footer This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational purposes only. Rating is available when the video has been rented.
Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? The simplest way to do this is by resetting the iPod back to factory defaults. Using this method will void your warranty. Ipod Headphone Jack Not Working Properly Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose How To Fix A Headphone Jack On Any iPod!!
When you plug and unplug things in the headphones jack it causes the metal plates in it to flatten out, thats why you can only get sound by moving it around. Yes No Voted Undo Score 0 Cancel Add a comment 0/1024 Cancel Post comment Are you sure you want to delete this zzzzzz? Now that i wiggled it around, it works fine and no matter how much more I move the headphone jack, it doesn't cut out at all. check my blog StoloveJe 59,556 views 2:10 A cheap way to fix your iPod Headphone Jack - Duration: 2:41.
If you do go ahead with this be really careful not to damage the little gold dots in the jack. Check to ensure that no lint or foreign material has collected in the audio jack, (which is quite common).
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