How to remove earphone mode. After hearing music at their mobile phone, you disconnected the headphones from the device and found that the handset mode has remained active.

In other words, your device has continued to detect the headphones, even though they have been disconnected. How could such a thing have happened? Well, the reasons could be several: for example, there could be software problems, some liquid could have come into contact with the audio connector (fooling you) or, in the worst case, there could be a malfunction of the hardware of the headphones or the device itself.

If you want to try solving the problem yourself and therefore find out how to remove earphone mode, keep reading this guide.

How to remove headset mode on Android

If you have a device Android you can try remove headset mode momentarily disabling the audio connector (if your device has this port) or restarting the terminal.

Turn off the audio jack

Turn off the audio jackIf your device integrates this port, it may allow you to solve (at least temporarily) the problem related to incorrect activation of the headphone mode on Android.

There are several applications that allow you to do this, like mSwitch, which works without requiring root permissions and can be downloaded for free from Play Store.

After installing and starting mSwitch on your device, accept their terms of use by checking the box I agree and touching the red button continue, then grant the application all the permissions it needs (by pressing the button allow ) and, if necessary, set O N the switch lever located in the wording Overlay permission in other apps in Android settings.

If you are asked to register for the service, touch the item omit to skip this step, then press the button (≡) located in the upper right, select the item adjustments from the menu that opens and to disable the audio connector make sure there is a check mark in the boxes Keycut service, Initialize at the beginning, notification y Visible in the status bar.

Afterwards, to restore the correct functioning of the audio connector, all you have to do is uninstall the application. This way, the system will route the audio through the headphone jack, when necessary.

Restart device

Restart device  It can be helpful in trying to troubleshoot issues related to incorrect headphone mode activation on Android.

Generally, to restart a Android deviceJust press and hold the power button for about ten seconds. That is, the one used to turn the terminal on and off. In this way, the phone (or tablet) turns off completely and, at the end of the operation, it can be switched on again as usual.

If, using the procedure described above, you have not been able to restart your device, try pressing and holding the arrow keys. power + volume for about ten seconds or on + home  and wait for the device to reboot.

If for some reason the key combinations that I have just suggested you should go to download mode or for recovery screen Android (easily recognizable by the presence of a robot with an "open belly" and the symbol /! inside), keep your finger on the key on until the device turns off and on again as it normally would.

How to remove headphone mode from iPhone

If your iPhone You cannot remove the headphone mode, you have probably noticed it because despite disconnecting the headphones or earphones from the phone, it keeps showing the headphone indicator when you try to adjust the system volume.

What you can do to try to resolve the problem is to completely turn the phone off and on again.

To completely turn off the iPhone, you must press and hold the button power or the combination Power + Volume + o Power + Volume - for a few seconds and slide the lever slide to turn off that appears on the screen. To turn the device back on, press and hold the Power button for a few seconds.

If you can't turn off your mobile phone normally, you can try perform a hard reset with the iPhone. Since the procedure varies by model, please follow the instructions below to be able to complete the procedure.

  • iPhone 6s, 6s iPhone Plus y previous models - hold down the buttons for about ten seconds Power + Home until you see the Apple logo appear on the screen.

 

  • iPhone 7 y 7 iPhone Plus - hold down the buttons for about ten seconds Power + Volume - (less) until you see the Apple logo appear on the screen.

 

  • iPhone 8, 8 iPhone Plus, iPhone X y later models - quickly press and release the button Volume + (more), repeat the operation with the button Volume - (less) and hold the right side button until the screen turns off and then the Apple logo appears.

Once you've turned your iPhone off and on, check that the headphone mode is off. If not, you can try repeating the procedure and hope to fix it. In any case, if you are not successful, all you have to do is put your device into service.