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Jun 13, 2013 7:47 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Kenganly,Apple recommended Kenganly Aug 3, 2013 12:40 PM in response to Cansinp Level 1 (12 points) Aug I've tried what you suggested, but still no sound. If that fails to work, try replacing the audio jack. Best of luck. this content

Yay! It doesn’t sport Apple’s famous Retina display and the pixel density is a bit of a step back for the line-up. Thats it. By Unregistered in forum iPad Help Forum Replies: 20 Last Post: 24-05-2013, 06:56 PM What kind of audio jack is provided for an iPad? page

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Rex A Reynolds - 03/14/2014 Reply if ever the logic circuit board is the problem, what causing this board to be like this? hi everyone - i had the same problem - when i updated my IOS to 6.1.3 the problem went away... share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply deb_wms, Jun 18, 2016 deb_wms macrumors newbie Joined: Jun 18, 2016 #9 Yes, it worked! The speaker volume retains its previous setting (maximum volume).

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06-01-2013,05:12 PM #12 Justin Shea iPhone Nanite Posts 1 Posts Re: iPad mini headphone jack not working. Yes sir. How To Clean Ipad Headphone Jack From the apple icon menu in the top left corner of the os x screen, tell your computer to go to sleep 4.

Restoring the iPad will erase everything on it, so make sure everything on the iPad is stored elsewhere prior to restoring. Do It Yourself 376,494 views 1:59 Repair iPad iPad2 iPad3 with Broken Plug stuck inside Headphone Jack (no audio) - Duration: 7:25. If you are not, then most probably the mute button would be turned on or the volume out have been reduced to the bare minimum. http://forums.imore.com/accessories/252314-ipad-mini-headphone-jack-not-working.html Bad logic board¶ If attempting to restore the iPad and diagnosing does not fix the problem, the issue is probably the logic board. 10 Comments Add Comment thanks alot you've made

hi. Ipad Headphone Jack Not Working After Update If it does, this was your problem. Or something, and now my audio port works again!!! Reply With Quote 29-07-201212:09 PM #14 vinay.y Array Join Date Jul 2012 Posts 305 Re: iPad headphone jack not working properly?

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It still has a 1024×768 pixel display which matches the iPad 2, and it looks better because it’s on a smaller screen, but keen observers will see pixels. http://forums.macrumors.com/threads/no-sound-thru-earphones.1521053/ Although I didn't find anything wrong with all the apps, but at least now there is SOUND! Headphones Not Working On Ipad Mini X Lisa July 25, 2016 at 3:53 pm (UTC 0) Link to this comment My i pad just fall down to the sink. Ipad Headphone Jack Doesn't Work Someone the limit got turned on and it as zet to "zero".

Touchscreen input not responsive¶ Your iPad is not recognizing the touch input on the front panel Bad touch screen¶ It is possible that the touch screen is bad. http://searchwebmedia.com/headphone-jack/headphones-not-working-on-iphone-4s.html If enabled, then disable it. - Check that head phone is working correctly or not.. Millions of Minis have been sold already and we can reasonably expect Apple to sell millions more. United States Copyright © Apple Inc. Ipad Doesn't Recognize Headphones

If your headphones aren't detected or your device gets stuck in headphone modeFor these issues, get your iPhone, iPad, or iPod inspected at an Apple Retail Store or Apple Authorized Service Jonathon September 10, 2016 at 1:58 am (UTC 0) Link to this comment on my ipad, system>accessibility>assitive touch. a visit to an Apple GeniusBar may be in order... http://searchwebmedia.com/headphone-jack/headphone-jack-not-working-on-ipad.html what could be the problem?

To restore, connect your iPad to a computer with the latest version of iTunes installed. Headphone Jack Not Working Iphone 6 if that doesn't remedy the issue, try inserting the plug into the jack, and spin the plug in the jack a bit. Reply 03-14-2013,09:49 AM Thread Author #4 count123 iMore Intermediate Posts 120 Posts Global Posts 142 Global Posts Re: iPad mini headphone jack not working.

Bad logic board¶ Ultimately, if the display and battery are not the culprit, check all the connections from the display to the logic board.

To start with go to Settings > Brightness & Wallpaper and make sure auto-brightness is on. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply BASRPH, Jan 6, 2013 BASRPH thread starter macrumors member Joined: Dec 27, 2010 Location: Central Illinois #3 Thank Moving it to the center position solved the issue for me. Headphones Not Detected On Ipad I have iPad 1.

Thanks titi dupetitilayo - 09/27/2014 Reply on my Ipad I go into Pages and after 20 or 30 secounds it closes on me. Peace Reply

03-22-2016,10:36 PM #17 Jugglery iMore Nanite Posts 2 Posts Re: iPad mini headphone jack not working. Just make sure to be careful when cleaning it, because you can really ruin it. check my blog Sign in Transcript 27,183 views 70 Like this video?

May 14, 2016 at 12:27 pm (UTC 0) Link to this comment I do not have the Church in the control center Jibril Abdulkadir June 6, 2016 at 12:36 pm (UTC I appreciate all the tips & ideas!! Reply With Quote 31-05-201210:41 PM #8 puruthaman Array Join Date May 2012 Location CHENNAI Posts 550 Re: iPad headphone jack not working properly? If you can't hear any sound or if only one side of your headphones works Adjust the volume with the volume buttons on your iOS device or use the Volume slider

Reply With Quote 31-05-201211:27 PM #9 kmray1234 Array Join Date May 2012 Posts 35 Re: iPad headphone jack not working properly? Apr 11, 2012 10:58 AM Helpful (4) Reply options Link to this post by btimes2, btimes2 Apr 11, 2012 9:51 PM in response to Cansinp Level 1 (0 points) Apr 11, How? first of all you have to know that the related software should be there in your ipad related to the head phones.

Check for debris, damage, or loose connections Check for debris in the headphone port on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Thanks again.