iPhone stuck in headphone mode Fix

Hey guys today I would like to look at an issue with the iPhone stuck in headphone mode which is a pretty common problem that can affect just about any iPhone including the iPhone 6, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus and even other devices as we have dealt with in the past.

Description of the issue

The issue occurs where your iPhone shows that a headphone is connected to your device when none is inserted and does not go away as it normally does when the headphone is disconnected.
This poses as an issue as you are unable to listen to music or hear audio feedback from your phone which is a big issue.

Whats causing this error?

 iphone stuck in headphone mode
The problem of your iPhone stuck on headphone mode is caused by dirt or even moisture that may be in the headphone jack port and is causing your phone to think that a headphone is connected thus the message on screen.

Devices affected?

As mentioned earlier all iPhones once they have a headphone jack will be prone to this problem this includes the iPhone 6, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus and any older or newer models of the device including those yet to be released and other apple branded devices including the iPad and iPods.

How to fix the iPhone stuck in headphone mode?

Clean the Headphone Port

As mentioned earlier the issue is caused by dirt, dust or moisture that has made its way into the headphone jack of the iPhone and to get this out you will need to get a piece of bathroom tissue, cotton or a Q-tip and basically for the tissue twist it into a narrow strip that can fit into the port and start cleaning.

For the Q-tips you can remove some of the cotton if it wont fit and push it into the headphone jack and clean it thoroughly to remove any dirt or grime. You can also apply a bit of very pure isopropanol alcohol such as 99% which will make cleaning easier and it will not damage the device.

Also turn the volume button up and down as you clean the port.

Force restart the Phone

If that did not do the trick then do a force restart by holding down the home button and the power button at the same time which should force the device to turn off and then startup again.It should be fixed once booted up again, if not read on.

Cycle the volume controls

Go to settings and then sounds and then ringtone and play a few of the tones while cycling the volume up and down with the volume button, you can also do the same by playing a few of your favorite songs and do the same with the volume button. Next go to the home screen and cycle the volume up and down once more and that should force you out of headphone mode.

Ok that about raps things up for this article, if this was helpful do leave a message below and do subscribe to the blog as I would love to have you as a member of the family and you can share the love by sending this article to a friend who owns a iPhone or other Apple device.

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