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Mobile Cell Phone Headphone Not Working Problem and Solution – How to Solve Headphone Fault in any Mobile Cell Phone

This chapter explains Mobile Phone Headphone Problem and Solution – Mobile Phone Headphone not working and How to Solve Headphone Fault in any Mobile Cell Phone. These problem and solution apply to all brands and make of mobile phones including Nokia, Samsung, iPhone, China Mobile Phones, Motorola, HTC, Sony, Blackberry, Alcatel, Apple, AudioVox, Benefone, Danger, FIC, Hagenuk, Palm, Kyocera, LG, Panasonic, Huawei, ZTE, Spice, Lava, Sony Ericsson, Micromax etc.

What is Headphone in a Mobile Cell Phone?

Headphone or Head Phone in a mobile cell phone is an electronic component or part that does the job of Mic and Speaker separately. When we insert Headphone, then Speaker and Microphone of the Mobile Phone Gets Disconnected. Headphone is controlled by C.P.U.

Types of Faults or Problems with Headphone in any Mobile Cell Phone

  • No sound from Headphone or sound from only one side of the Headphone.
  • Sound does no go from the Mic of the Headphone.

Mobile Cell Phone Headphone Not Working Problem and Solution – How to Solve Headphone Fault in any Mobile Cell Phone

  1. Change the Headphone and Check.

    Mobile Phone Headphone Problem

    Mobile Phone Headphone Problem

  2. If the problem is not solved then Clean Headphone Jack and Connector.
  3. If the problem is not solved then Resolder or Change the Headphone Connector.
  4. If the problem is not solved then Check Track of Headphone Section. Do Jumper Wherever required.
  5. If the problem is not solved then Heat or Change the Headphone IC.
  6. If the problem is not solved then Heat, Reball of Change the UEM / Audio IC / Power IC.
  7. If the problem is still not solved then Heat, Reball or Change the CPU.

Note:

  1. If there is symbol of Headphone without inserting the Headphone then there is problem with the CPU. To solve the problem, clean or change the Headphone Connector OR Short the Headphone Connector.

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