Was having same problem with my iPhone 4S. This happened the night before as well which is why I made sure to turn the volume up. All I can do is shot a picture… If I try do reset the phone, apple logo comes to screen and wont go for like 1hour… Pls help me, I sended to servis but they reject me. To set up sound check: Step 1: Open Settings. I have tried an extensive list of things. I cleaned the dock connector with credit card.
Step 2: From home screen, open Settings. Make sure that you turn Bluetooth Off. Sign up for the TekRevue Weekly Digest using the box below. At first i dont believe that cleaning my phone will solve my problem because what's the connection of earphone slot and charger slot with volume buttons. I'm afraid, though, that taking it in and out of my pocket will result in it turning itself off --- very frustrating.
Then I plugged the iPhone 4s in the doc went to the music application and clicked on the airplay icon at the bottom of the screen. Disconnect Bluetooth Devices from Your Device If you had connected Bluetooth earphones to your iPhone, try to disconnect them. Basically, my side buttons are broken. The toothpick did crack so be careful not to break it off inside. Tap Download and Install or Install Now. To get there do what Digger07 says.
Hope this helps I had this same issue, but it was not the switch, and it was not the Do Not Disturb being on. For some users, this simple step solved the problem and the buttons started to work normally. These are some simple solutions to fix low speaker volume of Apple devices. Took only one 20 second call on full charge yesterday. On the Reset screen, tap on Reset All Settings.
When I press the volume buttons with the headphones disconnected, it shows the sign 'Ringer' but without the full volume bar I hope you guys know what I'm talking about. I put my hair dryer on the lowest speed, and held it about 10cm away from my charging port and then to my headphone jack. I took a q-tip, dipped it in Isopropyl alcohol 2. I hope apple address the problem asap as they are not a cheap product at all. Solution 7: Restart Restart your device.
Solution 12: Turn Facebook in-app Sounds Off You may not be aware of it, but Facebook in-app sounds can be the culprit. I used a can of compressed air and blew some into the headphone jack and the dock connector and my phone is now playing music and the keyboard clicks. You can also adjust the volume settings from this spot. I combined three of the fixes: sprayed the toothbrush with alcohol until it was fairly wet then brushed it on the dock connector. On your iTunes you will get a message that says that your iphone is on restore mode; 5. That is when I searched and found this thread.
Fix 4:- iPhone original protective film that makes the volume that low. Tap on it to delete the app. I have the same exact problem too. The volume was all the way down. After you checked everything just take it out and you're good to go.
You have to be sure the small switch near the top left on the side above the volume controls is not showing red. I had both problems on different occasions and I solved both problems in that way!! Tap on it to turn it off. A small icon will show up on your screen. Very simply, this is all I had to do: I went into my music and started playing a song, took the corner of my debit card and wiggled it around in the docking port. Now I got a working Headphone Indicator band when I push + or - buttons on the upper left sidein place of the Ringer band. This time none of the sounds work, the phone just vibrates.