How to Fix iPhone Stuck in Headphone Mode (2022)

How to Fix iPhone Stuck in Headphone Mode (2022)

How to Fix iPhone Stuck in Headphone Mode (2022)

How to Fix iPhone Stuck in Headphone Mode (2022)

Do you want to fix your iPhone stuck in headphone mode? then this article is for you

To check these settings:

  1. On iOS 10, swipe right to left to reveal the music controls. On iOS 11 and up, tap the music controls in the top right corner.
  2. On iOS 10, tap the audio controls at the bottom of the panel. On iOS 11 and up, tap the AirPlay icon, represented as three rings with a triangle in it.
  3. Also, In the menu that appears, if iPhone is an option, tap it to send the audio to your phone’s built-in speakers.


Open Control Center. On most iPhones, swipe up from the bottom of the screen. On the iPhone X, XS, XS Max, and XR swipe down from the top right corner.

  • Enable and disable Airplane Mode. It’s easy to fix by taking the phone into and out of Airplane Mode.

    Also, Turning on Airplane Mode temporarily disconnects all networking on the phone, including disconnecting the phone from Wi-Fi networks and, most importantly, from Bluetooth devices. If Bluetooth is the culprit, cutting off the connection should solve your problem.

    Here’s what to do:

    1. Open Control Center in the way that works for your iPhone model.
    2. Also, Tap the Airplane Mode icon, represented as an airplane.


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  • Clean the headphone jack.  It’s possible something else in the jack could send a false signal.

    If lint or other gunk has built up in the headphone jack and is tricking the iPhone into thinking something else is there:

    1. On most models, it’s easy to see if there’s anything in the headphone jack. On very old models, you might need to shine a flashlight or penlight into the jack to get a good look.
    2.  Also, If you see lint or anything that looks odd or out of place, there might be something there that shouldn’t be.
    3. The best and safest way to remove lint or other debris from the headphone jack is with compressed air. Buy a can of it at most office supplies or computer stores. Use the included straw and shoot a few bursts of air into the headphone jack to blow out any debris. If you don’t have compressed air, or can’t get your hands on any, try a cotton swab or the plastic ink tube in a ballpoint pen.

    Also, If you choose to use this option, proceed carefully.

  • Check for water damage. If cleaning the headphone jack didn’t help, you could have a different hardware problem.

|Also, For more recent models, it shows up in the SIM Card slot. For detailed instructions on where the water damage indicator appears on every iPhone model, Apple Support has everything you need.

If you see the orange dot indicating water damage, you’ll need a repair to get your iPhone out of headphone mode.

  • Get tech support from Apple. They’ll be able to help you diagnose the cause of the problem and fix it through software or by taking your phone in for repair.


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