If you play something in iPod and then insert/remove your headphones, do you see the volume slider move at all? If you do, then iPhone recognizes the plug/unplug event and adjusts itself accordingly. If you don't see the slider moving then iPhone doesn't register the plug/unplug event. In the first case, your speaker amp or the speaker itself may be defective. In the second case, as others have mentioned, there may be dirt or other foreign objects lodged inside the headphone jack.
I am a little confused. My Verizon phone was able to roam on GSM because they used TDMA. Tell it was shutdown. The phone recognizes it as Analog. If PCS has TDMA, It could be technically be used on GSM.
Originally Posted by Tabla
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I am having the same problem. Its strange, when I plug in the headphones I can hear the audio through the headphones. When I unplug the headphones, it doesn't show the phone switching to speaker, but the movie pauses?
I don't have any compressed air at the moment, but when I blow really hard into the headphone jack it fixes the problem temporarily. Then it switches back to headphones after awhile (with nothing plugged into the phone).
Any ideas? I am thinking about buying a new headphone jack and wiring off ebay and seeing if that fixes it..
I was having a somewhat similar issue with my headphone jack. When I plugged in headphones it would randomly start and stop playing. I dealt with it for a while, but recently took it in to apple and they tried a bunch of things including compressed air and still couldn't get it to work so they swapped it out. All seems to be working now with the replacement.