Make sure the amplifier/adaptor and audio cable are firmly connected together. Confirm that the audio equipment is Turned On. Confirm the audio cord is connected into the proper input and mode (where the audio cable is connected on the back). Make sure the audio on the amplifier is turned up.
Play a sound on your AirPods Open the Find My app. Select the Devices tab. Choose your AirPods from the list. Tap Play Sound to play a sound that gets louder gradually.
Unfortunately, no, you cannot actively track AirPods if they are still in their charging case. They will only connect to your phone (thereby establishing a Bluetooth connection that the Find My app can use) if they are outside of the case.
Just go to Settings > Apps & Notifications, select the apps and toggle the notification button off.
Close the app and restart your device, then try to play the music again. Can you hear sound from other apps on your iPhone? Are you using headphones or speakers with your device? If so, unplug them or disconnect them and then see if you can hear sound when playing a song.
Check the Update of the Apple Music App and OS Version You can also check the updates of the Apple Music app and the OS version of your phone. You may update them from the Settings app on your phone. Make sure your Apple Music app and the OS are in the latest version.
This can be done by opening Settings. app, going to General, then scrolling down to "Auto-Lock". Set this to "Never". It is possible use the speakers on iPhone to play even when the device is locked.
Launch Settings app on your iPhone → Scroll down and tap on Music. Scroll down to PLAYBACK section and check whether EQ is ON or OFF.
Im going to chip in here and say that when tired think of your brains "ram" being able to process less information per given unit of time, making your short term memory refresh more often, leading to a perceived faster hearing.
If the iPhone is offline, but not dead, you'll tap Play Sound to assist you find your iPhone. If the iPhone is dead, you'll toggle on Notify When Found to send notifications and a location update to your iPad subsequent time your iPhone is turned on.
Deactivate automatic switching From iOS 14 onwards, AirPods can automatically switch between Apple devices when you start playing audio. It may be that your AirPods keep disconnecting because they're switching to another one of your devices that's close by.
Sorry, but no. First, with a dead battery, it cannot operate any of the radios to listen for your request to make a sound.
You can fix your iPad if it is unable to play sound in games by rebooting, unmuting, resetting the lock rotation, unmuting the volume in the game's app, turning up the game's volume from within the app, unmuting the iPad using the side switch, fixing iOS 14, and factory resetting.
ITunes Software If iTunes' volume setting is too low, then you will not be able to hear any audio for the files you play. Moving the volume slider to the right increases the volume and may resolve the problem. You can find the iTunes volume slider toward the top of the screen, near the Play/Stop control.
Often, iPhone audio skipping is caused by iOS issues. The simplest way to find and fix software issues or bugs on your iPhone is by using a third-party program.
In case there is no sound on iPhone while calling, go to Settings > Sounds (or Sounds & Haptics). Then drag the 'Ringer and Alerts' slider back and forth a few times.