Kind of like when I get a text message and it decreases the volume of the video and plays the text tone. This means that you may still be able to hear sounds from other audio apps even if your does not ring for incoming calls or messages. Click on General and then Accessibility. . That said makes it software issue for ios 8. I ran it over the slot many times, surprised to see so many dirty marks on the cloth.
Press the Sleep button and Home Button together until you see the Apple Logo. Here, see if the button next to Schedule section is green. You can also check through Settings. When i restart the phone speaker is back to normal but after some hours is not ringing again so i restart again and again etc. So later I find this site and checked all volume control settings, etc. Remove that case completely from your iPhone, and see if that makes any difference.
I was losing my mind! If the switch is in red or orange position , it means that the iPhone is in silent mode. So the next time, your iPhone's volume is acting up, try one of these solutions. If you have that set up. Tried everything and even restored the entire phone. Your iPhone may not be ringing because the ringer volume is set to the lowest level. Actually its is not a screen protector. Thanks again for posting or I would have never figured this out! Solution 3 seems the best for me.
Fortunately for you, most of them can be fixed. Just wait for an update from apple… I have the same issue with my iPhone 6. Make sure to use a brush with soft, clean and dry bristles. Whatever the reason, the problem doesn't have to be debilitating. This method will remove all of the media, data and the settings, such as language setting, keyboard, etc. Dust has been known to trick the software into thinking your iPhone is still docked.
Try the next possible solutions if necessary. The idea of this trick is to check if the issue is associated with hardware or not. If the audio is fine, that's not the problem. I got a replacement iPhone after I dropped mine in water. Went to settings and checked and all seemed good.
Otherwise, there might be a hardware issue. Our should have you covered. You can also share this guide with your friends also who have the same problem as they might be looking for this guide. Cleaning the speaker slot with an earbud. Give this a try guys, hope it helps! Holding home and volume up seemed to help somewhat, so that is a relief. Thanks for the post : :.
When the Control Center is launched, use your finger to tap on the Do Not Disturb icon. If you would also like to be able to change the volume of the ringer and alerts by using the buttons on the side of your iPhone, then make sure the Change with Buttons option is enabled as well. In the spirit of helping you out, we are going to address a few of these problems and also provided you with an easy fix for each. You can see the difference between the ring and the silent mode in the picture below. With this bug, your iPhone thinks headphones are plugged in, even though they aren't, and tries to send the ringing to them instead of the iPhone speaker.
Although I'm more or less satisfied with the volume of notifications for now, I'm curious if turning off audio ducking might help. I found out the reason why the video volume decreases, but no fix yet. You could also pick up one of £49. If you see the moon icon, it means the Do Not Disturb mode is activated. My phones volume never stays on if I put it on silent and then put it back to volume I have to turn off my phone and turn it back on in order to get sound again. In this case, the problem could be completely hardware related.
I'm not sure what to do. But what about in the meantime? I even took my phone to a computer shop today to try and sort this issue and they told me to restore it to factory settings and see if it would ring then. If this is the case, play music or YouTube video to check your volume. Maybe you have scheduled this feature at some point and forget about it. Here's how to fix it. The first solution is of course to use those wireless buds.