2nd Gen Internal Speaker No Sound

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  1. Notoriez

    Notoriez New Member

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    Hi Guys,

    My iPod Touch 2nd Gen speakers are not generating any sounds. Have pulled out the earphones out but when i push the volume speakers, it still stated there headphone on the display.

    Is there any reason for this to happens? Tried to restore my iPod to the default settings but the problem still remains

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  2. freemini

    freemini Active Member

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    If it still says that there are headphones in then you'll have to return it.
  3. elamre

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    just a single restart is enough

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    ive had exactly the same problem, and everything worked perfect after a restart

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  4. Notoriez

    Notoriez New Member

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    I have to leave it switch off for one night, then it will be back to normal..but the problem will re-occur again...

    Most likely will return it back but i will lose my damn expensive Invisible Shield screen protector

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  5. Notoriez

    Notoriez New Member

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    Any else got any idea why this happens?
  6. JayTraceur

    JayTraceur New Member

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    Full reboot fixes the problem, i did it aswell. Must just be a random error inside the iPod.
  7. mustangmaniac614

    mustangmaniac614 New Member

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    that has happened to me before and all I do is plug my headphones back in then unplug them again
  8. leadergo

    leadergo Active Member

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    reboot. or just plug your headphones in and pull them back out.
  9. NeSEncHo

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    That worked the last time it happened to me. Which was the only time it ever happened to me.
  10. jamil_d

    jamil_d Active Member

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    If you keep on getting recurrent problems, it's probably Apple's fault, if nothing had happened to it. Ask for a switch and provide them with warranty details; they'll switch if for you at no cost.

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