1. android jack's Avatar
    A few months ago I noticed my headphones would cut out. So I decided to test em out on another device and they worked fine. So I knew something was going on with the audio jack (where you connect headphine/speakers) except when using speakers. What can I do?

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    02-17-2014 07:55 PM
  2. Mooncatt's Avatar
    A common problem is lint getting inside the port and preventing a proper connection. Many people use something like a tooth pick to fish it out (doesn't take much lint). Others, like myself, used canned air with a straw to stick in and blow it out. Just a word of caution if you do that. Make sure to clear the nozzle and straw of any liquid before blowing in the port and to keep the can upright so you don't blow any of the liquid into the phone.
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    02-17-2014 08:10 PM

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