Usually, the Headphone mode happens only when you put your headphone jack in your iPhone 7 or connected your AirPods with Bluetooth. But if your iPhone 7 get the same no-sound status like Headphone mode when you never connect headphones by using its new designed lightning connector, you got a problem.
Actually, years ago, people have met the similar issues on their iPhone 5/6/6s. And, there are some useful methods summarized to fix the no-sound headphone mode problem. Below let’s check these methods.
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How to Get Out of Headphone Mode on iPhone 7
Before trying these methods, don’t go to a store to repair your iPhone 7. And these methods may save your money.
- Restart or force restart your iPhone 7. You can hold on both Volume Down and Sleep/Wake buttons to force restart your iPhone 7.
- Insert and remove headphone jack 5-10 times when your iPhone 7 screen is active and unlocked.
- Clean the dust, water or other junks in lightning port of your iPhone 7.
- Update your iPhone software to be latest or restart your device from the latest backups.
iPhone 7 Stuck in Headphone Mode Still?
If your iPhone 7 still stuck in headphone mode after you tried all of these methods, you can seek help from Apple or find a store. Or you can leave your message here for a solution. If you have solved this headphone mode issue using some methods we didn’t offer here, you can share them here!