Author Topic: HTC 10 work fine with plugin headphones but no longer with Aux cables. How does  (Read 98 times)

MarineForce

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I've only had it for a few months and have caused no damage. Just started happening this week. I know for sure it's not the cable. Any links for a fix? Seems like a weird problem.

Amal

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Try a different one anyway, and check your audio profiles...

MarineForce

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I did that.

Amal

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and another device with analogue audio will play fine through whichever amplification you're using with the HTC?

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Yes. I first thought it was the cable, because after Aux cable 1 stopped working, I tested with headphones and it was fine, but then I bought another aux cable (2) and it didn't work. Then I tried another source for the stereo through aux and both Cables 1 and 2 worked. Then I tried my HTC on another speaker with aux and both cables failed. So I know it's the HTC 10.

Amal

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Weird. If it's the phone, it will likely be the software controller on the audio jack.

Try installing Soundabout to override stock audio mixing...this has been a fix for other HTC 10 users with similar problems.

AltirZ

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This will sound dumb but check to see if your jack is full of dust. My 10 got gunked up at some point and it would mess up the connection since the connector wouldn't insert all the way

MarineForce

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I will. Thanks!

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Was going to suggest this, as well. Use a needle or toothpick to carefully dig the dust and crap out. Wouldn't hurt to do the charge port while you're down there, too.

Amal

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Do NOT use a needle!

It would be quite easy to short connectors in both jacks and do damage. Something non-conductive like a toothpick would be ok, as long as you don't leave any of it behind...

 

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