Why does my iPhone 4 speaker not work?
Go to Settings > Sounds (or Settings > Sounds & Haptics), and drag the Ringer and Alerts slider back and forth a few times. If you can’t hear any sound or if your speaker button on the Ringer and Alerts slider is dimmed, your speaker may need servicing. Contact Apple Support for iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
How do you fix bad speaker on iPhone?
If your iPhone speaker sounds distorted, check your sound settings, and install the latest iOS updates. Then clean the speaker with a soft cloth, electrical tape, or soft-bristled brush. If the issue persists, book a Genius Bar appointment to check if this is indeed a hardware issue.
Why are my iPhone speakers crackling?
Usually, you will experience a crackling earpiece problem if your device has been dropped or incurred any similar trauma that could damage the hardware on your iPhone. It may also be due to water damage once your phone has been submerged to water for an extended period.
Why is my iPhone speaker scratchy?
I won’t sugarcoat this: Most of the time, when an iPhone is making static noises, it means the speaker has been damaged. If your iPhone started making static noises after you dropped it or took it for a swim, there’s a very good chance the speaker has been physically damaged and your iPhone needs to be repaired.
How do I clean my iPhone speakers?
How to clean your iPhone speaker
- Grab a clean toothbrush (or an electronic device brush)
- Gently brush the earpiece speaker (at the top of your iPhone) to remove debris.
- If needed, use canned air to blow across the speaker (don’t blow air directly into it)
- Make a test call to see if your speaker is performing better.
What can damage iPhone speakers?
There are many reasons your phone’s speaker may be having issues, but here are some common causes behind iPhone speaker glitches:
- Physical or liquid damage.
- Bluetooth® issues.
- Headphone glitch.
- Airplay® is connected.
- Silent mode is turned on.
- Dirty or blocked speaker port.
- Software malfunction.
How do you know if your iPhone speakers are damaged?
Check the sound on your device Go to Settings > Sounds (or Settings > Sounds & Haptics), and drag the Ringer and Alerts slider back and forth a few times. If you don’t hear any sound, or if your speaker button on the Ringer and Alerts slider is dimmed, your speaker might need service.
Why does my volume bar not appear?
Check to see if any of the Accessibility actions have accidently been turned on in Settings. Settings => General => Accessibility. If none of these help, you may have a busted phone and will need to have Apple look it over at your local Apple Store, if you have one, or send it in and see what they say.
Is your iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S sound not working?
Here’s how to fix them. If you’ve got an iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S that’s having some issues with sound, you probably aren’t alone. Issues could range from system sounds working but your iPhone not actually ringing or system sounds not working unless plugged into the headphone jack.
Why is my iPhone not ringing but system sounds not working?
Issues could range from system sounds working but your iPhone not actually ringing or system sounds not working unless plugged into the headphone jack. While sound can be caused by several issues, symptoms like this are typically fixable with a pretty simple DIY repair.
Why is there no sound coming out of my speakers?
If you’re experiencing no sound at all or it is heavily distorted, your issue may be the actual loud speaker itself or another component related to how sound is handled. We have many tutorials and guides for replacing other components related to sound in our DIY section that you can access via the links below.