Have you ever experienced that when you use headphone on iPhone to listen to music or watch videos, and once pull out the headphone, sometimes, you will miss calls or messages from others, because your iPhone keeps silent. Your iPhone is stuck in iPhone headphone mode. To restart your iPhone will solve the problem. Here are several tips to help you solve iPhone stuck in iPhone earphone issue.
Clean the headphone jack
When you find that your iPhone 8/7s/7/SE/6s/6s Plus/6 Plus/6/5s/5c/5/4S/4/3GS is stuck in headphone mode, you can first try this way. You can use a toothpick or needle to remove any dust or dirt from the headphone jack. Even though you think yours is very clean, maybe you will be shocked when you see the dirt stored inside of the jack. However, please be careful to do this.
Plug your headphones in and take them out several times
Maybe your iOS device hasn’t completely recognized that your headphones were disconnected if your iPhone stuck in headphone mode. Try plugging the headphones or speakers back in out several times and this action may set things right. It is usually the best way to fix the temporary problem.
Try another set of headphones
The ways above don’t work? Plug in another pair of headphones and then unplug them out to see if there is the difference. Some cheaper or low-quality headphones will make poor tolerance and your iPhone 6 stuck in headphone mode. In this way, they may cause your iPhone fail to recognize when a set of headphones is plugged.
Restart your iPhone
Restarting your iPhone will help you solve many situations. That’s why it is one of the offered methods to fix your iPhone stuck in headphone mode. Press and hold the sleep/wake button. When the red slider appears, drag it and turn off your iPhone. Press the same button with the same way and turn on your iPhone. This action may force your iPhone to refresh its sound output settings.
Above are 4 tips which can help you out of the problem. Hope it is helpful to you.