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    Default No volume after disconnecting ear buds
    This is happening more to me now for some reason.
    After having my ear buds in and listening to music. I stop and unplug and I have no volume through speakers at all. I have to do a restart sometimes several times before I can get anything to come out of the speakers or even answer a call for that matter.
    I did a search here and saw that going into settings and do a "complete reset" cures this.If I do a reset, should I reset "all settings" or.............
    Haven't tried that yet. Anyone have any idea?
    I have made sure that there isn't any bellybutton fuzz or anything in the little hole for ear buds.

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    If you pull the earphones out while music is playing, this will happen to you. You have to pause the music or whatever, then you can unplug the earphones. Try plugging the earphones in, playing music for a little bit, pausing the music, then unplug the earphones.

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    Or possibly minor water damage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poseidon79 View Post
    Or possibly minor water damage.
    Nope, no water damage ever and now indication of it by coloration.

    Quote Originally Posted by ekidd View Post
    If you pull the earphones out while music is playing, this will happen to you. You have to pause the music or whatever, then you can unplug the earphones. Try plugging the earphones in, playing music for a little bit, pausing the music, then unplug the earphones.
    Nope. I always turn off music and exit iPod before pulling it out.
    Sounds kinky, I know, ouch.
    Last edited by Bo Troxell; 2009-03-20 at 02:09 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    happens to me few times, iphone is stuck on headphone mode. usually browing compressed air into headphone plug works the best. or plug in/out few times until it works.

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    I went to staples last night and while I was there I bought one of those compressed air keyboard cleaners. Was thinking about giving it a zap into the ear bud hole.

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    Its happened to me a few times also, very annoying but just plugged in and out a few times and seems to clear. a friend of mine actually got his replaced at the apple store because of a presistant problem with this.
    Eric's iPhone 4 4.01 offically unlocked

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