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Current version by: Stanley ,

Title:

Will replacing the headphone jack assembly fix this?

Text:

So my iPhone has had quite a bit of shock trauma and now when I plug anything into the headphone jack I get snatches of the song I'm playing but mainly static and weird electrical noises, I get exactly the same noise when I plug it into a dock and play music through the usb port.

I know that the problem is somewhere inside the phone not at either end because the noise is the same, will replacing the headphone jack assembly fix this?

* It's also having problems with the mic, not sure if that's related or not
* Also the speaker works fine

thanks,

Stanley

Device:

iPhone 3GS

Status:

open

Accepted Answer:

40492

Edit by: Stanley ,

Title:

Will replacing the headphone jack assembly fix this?

Text:

So my iPhone has had quite a bit of shock trauma and now when I plug anything into the headphone jack I get snatches of the song I'm playing but mainly static and weird electrical noises, I get exactly the same noise when I plug it into a dock and play music through the usb port.

I know that the problem is somewhere inside the phone not at either end because the noise is the same, will replacing the headphone jack assembly fix this?

* It's also having problems with the mic, not sure if that's related or not
* Also the speaker works fine

thanks,

Stanley

Device:

iPhone 3GS

Status:

open

Accepted Answer:

40492

Edit by: oldturkey03, rj713, and originalmachead (vote details) ,

Title:

Will replacing the headphone jack assembly fix this?

Text:

So my iPhone has had quite a bit of shock trauma and now when I plug anything into the headphone jack I get snatches of the song I'm playing but mainly static and weird electrical noises, I get exactly the same noise when I plug it into a dock and play music through the usb port.

I know that the problem is somewhere inside the phone not at either end because the noise is the same, will replacing the headphone jack assembly fix this?

* It's also having problems with the mic, not sure if that's related or not
* Also the speaker works fine

thanks,

Stanley

Device:

iPhone 3GS

Status:

open

Accepted Answer:

40492

Edit by: Stanley ,

Title:

Will replacing the headphone jack assembly fix this?

Text:

So my iPhone has had quite a bit of shock trauma and now when I plug anything into the headphone jack I get snatches of the song I'm playing but mainly static and weird electrical noises, I get exactly the same noise when I plug it into a dock and play music through the usb port.
 
I know that the problem is somewhere inside the phone not at either end because the noise is the same, will replacing the headphone jack assembly fix this?
 
*** It's also having problems with the mic, not sure if that's related or not
* Also the speaker works fine
*** It's also having problems with the mic, not sure if that's related or not
* Also the speaker works fine
 
thanks,
 
Stanley

Device:

iPhone 3GS

Status:

open

Edit by: Stanley ,

Title:

Will replacing the headphone jack assembly fix this?

Text:

So my iPhone has had quite a bit of shock trauma and now when I plug anything into the headphone jack I get snatches of the song I'm playing but mainly static and weird electrical noises, I get exactly the same noise when I plug it into a dock and play music through the usb port.
 
I know that the problem is somewhere inside the phone not at either end because the noise is the same, will replacing the headphone jack assembly fix this?
 
** It's also having problems with the mic, not sure if that's related or not
 
thanks,
 
Stanley

Device:

iPhone 3GS

Status:

open

Original post by: Stanley ,

Title:

Will replacing the headphone jack assembly fix this?

Text:

So my iPhone has had quite a bit of shock trauma and now when I plug anything into the headphone jack I get snatches of the song I'm playing but mainly static and weird electrical noises, I get exactly the same noise when I plug it into a dock and play music through the usb port.

I know that the problem is somewhere inside the phone not at either end because the noise is the same, will replacing the headphone jack assembly fix this?

thanks,

Stanley

Device:

iPhone 3GS

Status:

open