As i had dropped my phone but didnt seem to have damaged it screen ok everything else worked i tried this. Backup the iPhone and then synchronize with the iTunes where you want to create the ringtones. The volume was all the way down. Mine started when it got a tiny bit wet and the ringer block would pop up without the dots to show the strength. Users found their iPhone ringer not working, like, assigned ringtone not working, not ringing, even not playing any sound for all incoming calls. I restored the phone but the problem was still there. The speaker worked great but when I unplugged it my volume bar disappeared.
However if dust allows to gather at the bottom then this is where the issue starts to creep in. Good luck hopefully a fix for you all! A couple mentioned that button but I thought they were talking about something on the screen. Sometimes this can cause the iPhone to act as if it is docked to an external speaker, canceling the volume controls on the device. If the unique tone is the problem, locate all the contacts assigned and select a new one. What iTunes version do you have installed on the computer you are attempting to sync with? After troubleshooting I finally figured out a solution which is documented below.
To check for Do Not Disturb: It could be that your iPhone actually is ringing, but that it's sending the audio to the wrong place. If you figure this out please let me know Hello Tony, No problem. I set alarm at 6:00 am this Monday because I had a flight in the morning, but unfortunately I missed my flight because there was no sound with the alarm at all. Make sure you switch it properly. Then read some of the replies, so tried cleaning the area where the button is located with a safety pin… that worked too! You're waiting for a phone call. Because I just got this iPhone 4s about 3 months ago. Restart Your iPhone and Test.
All show it should have sound, but doesn't when rung. The broken part of headphone that is left inside the hole, can cause iPhone not ringing problem because the iPhone will detect the call that comes in as an earphone mode. Find an iHome music device or any music playing device made specifically for the iphone you can walk into any bestbuy, walmart, etc. Step 2: Tap on Software Update. I think it's a bit of a needed fix by Apple, but you know-Apple will do what Apple wants- when Apple wants.
If the button is in the ring state, switch it to the silent state. You can see the difference between the ring and the silent mode in the picture below. Then read your article and sure enough the left side top button was red which meant it was on mute. Clean speaker holes After you have tried all the troubleshooting steps, and if none of them worked, try to clean speaker holes. After trying everything under the sun. So for sure it was some setting got busted.
This condition can cause the volume control bar and related audio to discontinue to function since the cable's connector pins make contact with the volume circuit inside the phone. However, if it doesn't, I would thoroughly suggest changing the charge port entirely. I can receive whatsapp calls. Since it is just proximity of the pins, changes in moisture levels can cause the problem to appear or disappear, but bending the connector to the middle of the slot is what permanently fixed the problem for me. Can you please help me? This is important, otherwise, you may get iPhone stuck in recovery mode. Once the iPhone is connected click on the iPhone, then click on the Ringtones tab, and remove the check from Sync Ringtones as shown in the iTunes example image below.
Once again, try to test out your iPhone by calling it and see if it rings. Actually as a hardware feature I despise it. Do you see a moon in the top right-hand corner of your screen right next to your battery? I took it to Apple, and the volume was working at the time because the volume sometimes comes on for a minute or so and the said that there was nothing wrong with it. I have seen this with two iPhone 4S's now. There are still there and will play in sound, but when a call comes in, it goes to the default opening. It has internal speaker and external speaker. Some users have experienced few similar problems lately.
However, if you have a problem with iPhone not ringing when you are receiving a call from messaging apps this can be quite helpful. Remove that case completely from your iPhone, and see if that makes any difference. External speaker is one of the reasons why your phone is having these audio issues. The only changes that my wife made to the phone were setting the alarm clock and changing the ring tones. I would have moved on to the compressed air and hairdryer but thought I'd try the easiest method first. Just flip the switch and you will be able to see on your iPhone screen your Ringer volume icon, which means now you will be able to hear any of your calls.
First I just tried cleaning the headphone connector and doc connector. Love that you start from the basics, then take the iPhone user from A to Z, but with a degree of thoroughness that is not found elsewhere. Step 3: Test out by selecting any ringtone and listen to whether your iPhone does manage to produce the sound. Its a fairly simple procedure and also a cheap part to purchase online yourself and I'm sure there are tutorials on this website showing how to do this job. The tones will play on my phone but when I try to set them as my custom ringtones they will not play. Make sure you insert the soft bristles gently no forcing! Then I sprayed some right into the headphone port and used my headphones inserting and removing and turning to clean it. I had this same issue iPhone 6 — still not ringing even after removing mute on Assistive button — try this extra step.