What's wrong with my iPhone 6? I couldn't hear voice when making a phone call unless plugged in a headset, while the other end can hear me clearly. What's worse, there's no ringtone but vibration every time it pushes notifications. Is there any solution to it?
Obviously, it is iPhone 6 headphone mode error that causes such phenomenon. To solve it, you need to figure out why your iPhone 6/6s/SE gets stuck in headphone mode after removing the earpiece first: caused by misoperation, affected with damp or jammed headphone jack. And in the following, I'm to offer you 6 solutions in 3 parts.
If you answer iPhone 6 via headphone and take them out midway, then in most cases, your device would stuck in headphone mode. And replug in headphone to make a phone call and take it out afterwards is a quick solution. If it doesn't work, take a look at another 3 solutions below.
Hold down the Home and Power button simultaneously till white Apple logo appears (ignore the sign "Slide to turn off") and keep pressing until the screen goes black. When the white Apple logo reappears, release your hand.
Plug in your headphone when your iPhone 6 doesn't play music and then tap the Power button on the right side to lock screen. Then press the Power button again and unlock your iPhone 6. To get iPhone 6 out of headphone mode, you need one more step: take earphone out of your iPhone 6.
If none of the above are related to your issue, then you may have a corruption in iOS itself. Free Tenorshare ReiBoot offer you an easily option to fix all iOS stuck by entering and exiting recovery mode.
Step 1: Download free Tenorshare ReiBoot and install it on your computer
Step 2: Connect your iPhone with your computer via a USB cable and launch Tenorshare ReiBoot program. Click on "Enter Recovery Mode" to put your iPhone 6 into recovery mode.
Step 3: Click the button "Exit Recovery Mode" and your device will boot up. After the rebooting process, your iOS Device will be out of headphone mode.
As is known, water damages most electronics as long as they're not waterproof, so is iPhone 6. If it's your iPhone 6 gets water damaged that causes headphone mode stuck, you'd better take advantage of the following solution.
Blow the headphone jack for 3 to 5 minutes with hair dryer's cold wind to dry your iPhone 6. Or you can dry your damp iPhone 6 by placing it in the air-conditioned room. Then you would find your iPhone 6 functions well again.
Headphone connector can easily get jammed by lint, dust or other debris, so you can use a flashlight to check if your headphone jack is jammed or too dirty. If it is, you can follow the 2 solutions below.
Use a small cotton swab (you'd better dampen it with distilled water or alcohol) to clean the jack and be careful not to break it off and remain lodged in the jack. Or you can also use a toothpick to pick the lint, fuzz, paper, etc. from the jack.
Sometimes the jack is simply jammed or stuck, namely, you can just attach earphones to iPhone 6 and plug and unplug them several times.
If none of the above works for your stuck iPhone 6, I'm afraid you have to contact Apple support or go to genius bar to get your iPhone 6 repaired.
iPhone 6 headphone consists of microphone, volume buttons and central console. And the central console enables you to do more than listening to music. Here I collect 6 must-know tricks for your reference.