share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply jstrathern, Jun 22, 2010 jstrathern macrumors newbie Joined: Jun 22, 2010 #25 Firmware and headphone jack problems jstrathern Detailed video instructions to replace the headphone/audio jack in the iPod, iPod mini, iPod nano and iPod touch models are few and far between, but iFixit provides photos and instructions that Be sure to hold down this cable when lifting the plate. Can this be fixed!? http://sistemainmo.com/headphone-jack/headphone-plug-not-working-ipod-touch.php
Loading... Keep doing this until the headphones click in properly. Insert the edge of an iPod opening tool between the front glass panel and the plastic bezel near the home button. If it rips, just try and have the 2 pieces touching. (This is what I have researched and done myself with no negative results. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5189977?tstart=0
Leave a comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. I tried using different headphones and none of them workedFollow QuestionFlag this comment as:Not NiceInappropriateSpamPreview Your CommentWe have a be nice comment policy. The Apple store in Orlando told me that it'd probably cost about as much as a new one to fix it on the phone. Luiz R - 12/27/2013 Reply No man you can use a blow dryer!
Advertisement Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next. When I plug my headphones in my iPod I can only hear on the right side only. by mark2410 › Marantz HD- DAC1High Definition USB DAC / Headphone Amp by Bobpaule › Cambridge Audio Azur DacMagic Plus by Bobpaule › Easy KZ ATE S in Ear Earphones Hifi Ipod Headphone Jack Only Plays One Side Do not pull the copper wires.
Using this method will void your warranty. Ipod Nano Headphone Jack Not Working before very careful taking off the back also. With the Touch turned OFF, get a bottle of 93-98% rubbing alchohol (less water, will evaporate more quickly and completely with less chance of corrosion), wet the stripped end and then
If it is torn I usually just lift up one part and move it so it is in contact with the other copper part. Ipod Headphone Jack Not Working Properly I remember having this problem with old walkmans. If the problem you're having disappears (and you can hear music properly) then you just need to buy a new set of earphones, but if the problem persists then your iPod is the You're Finished!
Good luck! : share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply uraniumwilly, Apr 7, 2010 uraniumwilly macrumors 6502 Joined: Apr 7, 2007 #16 mjv said: Permalink | E-mail a Friend | Bookmark & Share | Report an Error/Typo Suggest a New Q&A | Sign Up for Bimonthly Site Update Notices << iPod Troubleshooting & Repair Q&A Ipod Classic Headphone Jack Not Working Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? How To Fix Ipod Headphone Jack Without Opening It It would also depend on what the actual problem is.
Only go forward if you know what you're doing.) If the above didn't work then you'll most likely have to replace the headphone jack itself. Get More Info What I have to do? AriQuinn92 51,397 views 3:56 How To Fix An ipod Earphone Jack - Duration: 6:22. If you apply too much heat to the pads on the board you will "lift" the pad from the board and you may be left with a LOD only player. Ipod Touch Headphone Jack Repair Cost
Solution #4: Tighten the headphone jack (Advanced) (The last two solutions require somewhat advanced technical knowledge and can result in a broken iPod. You can send it to Apple, they will fix it for $250. When reassembling the iPod, you may only be able to leave a small crack between the glass and the body to allow for enough space to reattach this cable. useful reference Don`t use it too much.
BTW, I tossed so many pairs of ear buds thinking they were at fault..............including the nice white ones which came with my iPod Touch. Ipod Touch Headphone Jack Size kleinpauldotcom 13,633 views 2:41 How To Fix Your Faulty Headphone Jack!! - Duration: 3:57. Was this answer helpful?
Add to Want to watch this again later? It was working fine however has just stopped in the last few days.Help...... Twirl it into the port as far as it will go with a little pressure. Ipod Touch Headphone Jack Cleaning If after assembling the screen bulges on one side (top or bottom) take the time to dissasemble and check that everything is in place (flat) and like jonathan writes, the digitizer
Most Liked Posts Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Next MVallee, Mar 26, 2008 MVallee macrumors 6502a Joined: Feb 8, 2007 Location: Ontario, Canada #1 Ok so I've been listening piperpipe201 339,968 views 5:04 How to Fix Ipod Headphone/Audio Jack - Duration: 2:12. 2m1h Productions 37,001 views 2:12 iPod Nano 4th gen with a bead stuck in headphone jack - Duration: Reply post #4 of 22 3/27/08 at 9:22pm mrarroyo Trader Feedback: +4 offline 19,212 Posts. http://sistemainmo.com/headphone-jack/headphone-jack-not-working-on-ipad.php I had the same problem, my ipod stopped playing music via the headphone port.
Useful Searches Recent Posts Options Please select a forum to jump to News and Article Discussion MacRumors.com News Discussion Mac Blog Discussion You may need to repeat this step several times. asle - 01/21/2014 justinallison1, From what I understand, it is ok if that copper tape rips. But this only works if one of the earbuds (left or right) works consistently.
share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply jwillgoesfast, Apr 29, 2010 jwillgoesfast macrumors newbie Joined: Apr 16, 2009 #18 Thanks everyone, gonna give the q-tip Worked for me. What this accomplishes is giving elevation to your audio jack, instead of you doing it, so music can be heard from both sides. I RECOMMEND GETTING SOME SORT OF ADHESIVE FOR THE SCREEN when you replace anything on this Ipod.
It started wotking again once I let it dry. I'm having a panic attack here, and its my birthday tomorrow. You can not post a blank message. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply mayhem052, Apr 8, 2008 mayhem052 macrumors newbie Joined: Oct 19, 2007 #5 My itouch is doing the same
Angus McLauchlan - 05/15/2014 Reply I had success with as low as 80°C using a hair dryer to melt the adhesive, I kept track of it with a meat thermometer. Twirl it into the port as far as it will go with a little pressure. They do not fix yours.Apple - iPod Repair price A third-party place like the following will replace the jack for less. Add a comment Add a comment Add Comment 1024 Almost done!
I remember having this problem with old walkmans. Pinpointing the Audio Problem Before even thinking about headphone jack replacement for your iPod, it is first important to evaluate other possible -- and generally less expensive -- issues that easily Hope this helps! - Farrahn Was this answer helpful?