16 Still Find That Your iPhone Stuck in Headphones Mode Factory Restore
1) Connect the iPad to its Lightning Cable Or USB cable
You can then plug into one of three power sources: * Wall power outlet * Plug the charging cable into the USB wall adapter and plug the adapter into the wallIf you are using the computer, plug your charging cable into a USB 2.0 or 3.0port on a computer switched on and not in sleep mode * Don’t try the USB port on the keyboardPower accessory can be used to plug the cable into a powered USB hub, dockingstation or other Apple certified accessory.
Step 4: Don’t Use the iPad Air while charging it
Avoid using the iPad while’s charging it can create difficulties. Leave thedevice till the battery is full as it will charge faster again.
Step 5: Clean the Lighting Charging Port on iPad Air
This solution is simple as cleaning the lighting connector port of the iPadinvolves using a dry toothbrush that will scrape out the debris and otherstuff stuck inside. Do this gently to avoid damaging the charging connectorand remove the dirt and debris. You can test does your charging workafterwards, as this is the most common cause for not being able to charge theiPad.
How to Charge Your iPhone Battery
By Joe Hutsko, Barbara BoydLike all battery-powered gadgets, your iPhone is useless with an unchargedbattery. The good news is that iPhone recharges in less than an hour, and youcan charge the battery in several ways.The battery icon in the status bar indicates roughly how much battery poweryou have. If you want to see a specific percentage, tap Settings→General→Usageand turn on the Battery Percentage switch toward the bottom of the screen.
How to plug your iPhone into the USB charger
Your iPhone comes with a USB connection cable and a USB power adapter. Tocharge the battery, plug the dock connector into the dock port at the base ofyour iPhone. Plug the USB end into the USB power adapter and plug the poweradapter into an electrical outlet. iPhone beeps, which lets you know it’sactively charging.
How to charge with your iPhone with your Mac or PC’s USB port
When you connect your iPhone to a USB port on your computer to sync ortransfer photos, the battery automatically begins taking a charge. If yourcomputer is turned off or is sleeping, your iPhone battery may drain insteadof charge, so make sure your computer is on whenever you connect your iPhoneto it.Although plugging your iPhone into any recent or new Mac can charge youriPhone, the same isn’t necessarily true for recent or new Windows desktop andnotebook computers or older Macs. Apple explains that’s because the USB portson certain of those models don’t pass through enough wattage to charge youriPhone.If connecting your iPhone to your USB port doesn’t yield a charge — you knowit’s charging because it beeps and there’s a lightning bolt next to thebattery in the status bar — try plugging into a port dock on a powered USBhub. If that doesn’t work, you’ll have to plug into a charger to charge youriPhone.If iPhone’s battery charge drops very low or runs down completely, your iPhoneautomatically shuts itself off. To bring your iPhone back to life, you mustattach the USB cable to a power source (your computer or an electricaloutlet).When your iPhone shuts itself off because the battery charge is too low ornearly empty, you won’t be able to use your iPhone until the battery reaches aminimal charge level. Usually you only have to wait a few minutes before youriPhone turns itself on again.To preserve the overall life, you should cycle the battery on a monthly basis.Cycling is letting the battery completely discharge and then charging itfully.
How to change the iPhone battery
If you keep your iPhone for many years, sooner or later, you’ll need toreplace the battery. Despite our DIY (do-it-yourself) world, you can’t replacethe battery yourself. You have to send it in to the Battery ReplacementProgram.For $85 (at the time of publication), you send your iPhone to Apple or take itto an Apple store, the battery is replaced, and Apple takes care of disposingof the old one. This service is covered if your iPhone is still under the oneyear warranty or you extended the warranty to two years with the AppleCareprotection plan.Technically, you should get about eight hours of talk time on an iPhone 5 onthe 3G network. Realistically, if you play games and go on the Internet, youprobably get less. Here are some tips for keeping the battery charged longerand for maintaining long battery life. * Turn Off Location Services: Go to Settings→Privacy→Location Services. (Remember though that the apps that use it do so only when you’re using them.) * Turn Off Wi-Fi: If you have Wi-Fi turned on and there’s no Wi-Fi network, your iPhone keeps searching and searching and consuming battery power. To turn off Wi-Fi, tap Settings→Wi-Fi→Off or swipe up from the bottom of the screen to open the Control Center and tap the white Wi-Fi button so it’s dimmed. * Turn Off 4G: If 4G isn’t available where you are or you don’t need to access the 4G network, turn it off. Tap Settings→ Cellular→Enable 4G Off. * Turn Off Siri: If you don’t need Siri’s assistance, may as well send her out to lunch since she’s a power hog. Tap Settings→General→Siri Off. * Turn On Airplane Mode: If you happen to be out of your network range, your iPhone consumes a lot of battery power as it continually searches for the cellular network. Eventually the words No Service appear instead of the carrier name and your iPhone settles down and stops searching. * Consider putting your iPhone in Airplane mode: Tap Settings→Airplane Mode On or swipe up from the bottom of the screen to open the Control Center and tap the Airplane Mode button. * Use Fetch Instead of Push: Rather than having your iPhone constantly check for new information with Push, you can set your iPhone to sync with whichever cloud service you use at set time intervals, or sync manually. Tap Settings→Mail, Contacts, Calendars→Fetch New Data→Push Off. * Use Auto-Brightness: Dimming your screen also improves the length of a charge. The ambient light sensor dims or brightens your screen based on the light it senses. You can turn the automatic adjustment on by going to Settings→Wallpapers & Brightness→Auto-Brightness On. * Bluetooth: Tap Settings→Bluetooth→Off if you don’t have any Bluetooth devices connected and don’t plan to use any for a while or swipe up from the bottom of the screen to open the Control Center and tap the Bluetooth button so it’s dimmed. * Cellular Data: Tap Settings→Cellular→Cellular Data Off. You can still use the phone and Wi-Fi connection.
Why Is My iPhone 8/8 Plus/X Wireless Charging Not Working?
First, make sure that you can charge your phone with the normal USB adapterthat came with your iPhone to rule out general charging issues.Next, follow the three tips below to make sure everything is setup correctly: * Apple uses Qi standard for its wireless charging, so make sure you’re using a Qi-certified charger. * Some iPhone cases can interfere with wireless charging, so it’s best to take the case off of your iPhone. * Ensure you place your iPhone on the charger at the center-most location (with the display facing up). * Check whether the charging pad is properly connected to the socket. * Have a look at the USB port for any dirt particles. * Try to restart your iPhone. * Ensure your iOS is up to date.If the above steps haven’t resolved your issues, then contact iSmash or bookan iPhone repair.
3. Plug Out The Headphones from Your iPhone.
Yes, you may have already tried plugging and unplugging your headphones fromyour iPhones so many times but it is still worth a shot.Here’s the breakdown on how you should go about it: * Try plugging in your headphones and out a few more times, as sometimes your iOS can forget that your headphones were disconnected. * When plugging in your headphones, you should make sure you are able to hear the audio clearly on your headphones. If no audio is heard, try another pair of headphones. * Once you are confident the audio plays on your headphones, only then should you slowly stop the audio by pressing the Pause button on either the YouTube video or Spotify/Apple Music. * Clear your background apps history by double-tapping your Home button and making sure no background apps are running. If you’re on an iPhone with Home button, you will have to swipe up to view all your background running apps. We have written a step-by-step guide on how to do that. * Lastly, firmly plug out your headphones.After you’ve plugged out, test again to see if this help.
Alternatively: Plug in Headphone whilst iPhone is Locked (Steps)
You can also try plugging in your headphones when the iPhone is locked. Here’swhat you do: 1. Firstly, you will need to make sure that your iPhone automatically auto-locks the screen after a few minutes. Refer to Step 1 (above) 2. Next, let the iPhone auto-lock itself. 3. Then try to plug in your headset when the iPhone is locked. 4. Now once you’ve plugged in, hold down on your Power button and wait until the ‘Slide to power off’ screen appears. 5. Drag the slider to turn your iPhone off. 6. Unplug the headphones. 7. Restart your iPhone, and try to see if it starts to play any sounds such as keyboard clicks.
16. Still, Find That Your iPhone Stuck in Headphones Mode? Factory Restore
It.If you find that none of the above methods works to fix your iPhone stuck inheadphones mode then it’s pretty likely you might have a corruption in youriPhone’s iOS itself.This is especially the case if you’ve ever jailbroken your iPhone. Since youmade some tweaks here and there from Cydia, which directly modifies how thesystem functions making it prone to more bugs and issues.So what’s the solution?You should go for a full factory restore for your iPhone. This should patch upall the corrupted iOS files and the files will be replaced with new ones thatshould get your iPhone running as good as new.NoteMake sure that you have backed up your iPhone using your iTunes. Do thatbefore moving on with the steps below. Also, make sure that you’re using thelatest version of iTunes.Here’s how you can put your iPhone into DFU mode: 1. Go ahead and hold the Power button on your iPhone for 3 seconds. 2. Keep holding the Power button but now you have to also hold down on your Home button for 15 seconds. 3. Release the Power button while continuing to hold the Home button for another 10 seconds. 4. Alright! Now your device should prompt with the Connect to iTunes Screen. 5. Now plug in your iPhone into your computer and open your iTunes. It will either prompt to restore and update or you can manually restore using the following steps. 6. To begin restoring your iPhone, go ahead and connect your iPhone to your computer. 7. Now select your iPhone when it appears in your iTunes. Select the Summary tab, and then click the Restore button. 8. Click Restore iPhone. 1. After you have finished with your restore, your iPhone will restart. Then, you should see the Slide to set up. From here on, follow the steps in the iOS Setup Assistant. 2. You can always restore your device from a previous backup if you need it or you can also choose to set it up as new.After doing the factory restore, you should be able to use your iPhone justlike how you first got it without it being stuck in headphones mode.
Troubleshooting: AC Power adapter LED is off when you plug the adapter
into the wall but not into the computerHas it been overloaded? Is the power strip turned on / is the outlet working?Is the cord from the adapter to the wall fully plugged in on both ends (trywiggling)? Your adapter may be fried- try borrowing an indentical adapter froma friend and seeing if that one will work in it’s place (but do not plug it into your computer, or you might fry your friend’s adapter).