Speakers and headphone play simutaneously

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  1. pss

    pss New Member

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    I have an ipod touch 3g with blackra1n jailbreak. Sometimes, the device does not recognize when I have headphones plugged in, and will put music out through both the headphones and the external speaker, wasting battery. Also, sometimes it doesn't recognize any microphones I plug into the jack, either. The problem resolves with a reset, but inevitably recurs.

    Any advice?
  2. that one guy

    that one guy New Member

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    restore it and take it back for replacement
  3. Tkf1

    Tkf1 Community Development Staff Member

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    Reboot the ipod.
  4. pwnthe2G

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    lol so many people ask for this as a feature and you want to get rid of it, ironic

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    If your running Insomnia, then that's your problem, if not, then just reboot it.
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    Theodosius Active Member

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    This, at some times I wish I could do this, other times...., it would be bad.
  7. Mkhcb

    Mkhcb Banned

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    This usually happen when the jack is not plug all the way in.

    Are you sure the plug is all the way inside the jack?

    Best of luck.
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    b-mac 39 Well-Known Member

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    Yea, this happens to me sometimes too. I just unplug the jack and then replug it in.
  9. yakult

    yakult New Member

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    this happened to me when i was playing music via bluetooth in my car, when i stuck the headphones in and walked out, i was already 10 minutes from the car when i realized that the reason the volume in the headphones were lower was because it was also piping music out through the speakers.

    I just stopped playback and played it again, that restored the correct headphone volume and stopped the playback via the speakers.

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