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    Is this really done by SW or does one of the uChips recognize a voltage inside the jack and mutes the speaker via hardware. I had this problem with my iphone too and the plug in and out trick did it for me.
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    I tried to speak with the guys/developers from the irc, but they are too busy with the activation/jailbreak/unlock issues .... we can just wait and hope that one of those lightened brains will have time to help us with this issue .....

    @voxyn: I think it's a mixed one ... the uChips recognize a voltage inside the jack and give a software command to switche the sounds ... because he dont switche all the sounds .. for exemple the ringer sound it's on the headphones and on the speakers .... and that's normal in my case ... so .. I'm pretty sure that it's a combined one .. but I;m sure too that it need to be a *.plist file who control those think ... who can be edited ..

    @rgonzalez: thanks for helping out ... if I will find something I will postit here ... thanks [1.1.2 & TurboSIM]

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    ok, then ... I have t make an anounce ...

    I SAIL AN IPHONE WITH DEFECT HEADPHONES JACK SENSOR :|
    ... anyone ?

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    ok, then ... I have to make an anounce ...
    I SAIL AN IPHONE WITH DEFECT HEADPHONES JACK SENSOR :|

    ... anyone ?

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    I had this problem once.
    For some reason I felt like it was something Itunes did to the phone.
    WHat I did was remove all s/w.
    ziphone -e
    Restore to 1.1.4 in itunes
    then iplus 2b -u

    The app your looking for is probally the app that allows advanced setings in iphone. I would not recomend touching that as that prevented me from using my composite cable. Removing it didnt help.

    If you do have a hardware problem forget cleaning solutions. WHat you need is a mini cue tip and some cleaning alcohol then a blow drier to make sure its totally dry.

    My 2 cents. Do a fresh restore. Use the latest itunes. And dont try creating a itunes account.
    THe app is advanced prefs.
    But try at your own risk.


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    Well add me to that list. Yesterday whilst trying to make a call I realised that I was not hearing anything. Tried the reboot. Same issue. Plugged in headphones in and out about a million times already, no dice. Can of air, no luck. Restore via iTunes, nope. Reset all settings, no luck either. I don't get the clicky sound when locking the phone. No dialing sound either in the keypad. The phone is just stuck in headphone more. This is so bloody annoying because the original headphones don't work too well.

    I was able to hear something through the earpiece when I play my ringtone and the press the Sleep button. But that doesn't really last. Sucks to hell.

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    Same exact thing happened to me. My iPhone's sounds just suddenly stopped working. So before i went into restoring, I tried things like unplugging and replugging the headphones, but after 4000 times, i knew it wouldn't work. So out of nowhere i went into the settings menu and reset all settings.

    And what do you know, the iPhone restarts. And all sounds work. It might not work in some cases ( especially for you who have gone that far of restoring) but for me it worked.

    Oh and for those people who restored, did you restore to a backup of a previous sync? If so, try restoring without restoring your settings and setting it up as a new phone.

    just my 2 cents.
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    Default f I buyed the iphone from US is it possible to benefit of guarantee in UK ?

    hy guys, I made the restore .. but no change :|

    .. the idea it's that the phone had this problem from the beginning, from the moment which I take it out from the box ....

    I have one more question: If I buyed the iphone from US is it possible to benefit of guarantee in UK ? [I will go in london in couple of days and I think to go and change it with a new one ]

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    Hi Guys,

    i had the same problem. i tried to stick in the earpiece jack in and out without results. it was solved in the following manner
    1- i got a phone call, was not hearing anythign
    2- plugged in the earpiece and then clicked on the speaker and had my phone call through the speaker.
    3- after i hanged up, i removed the earpiece and tataaaaaa it was solved.

    hpe this helps

    best regards,

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    i had this problem a loong time ago, what i did is plug the hadphones in and push them down really hard and twist them, then take them out
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