I first tested the headphones by trying other pairs (sorry I forgot to mention that)
I did not touch anything when I opened it initially, but it had no sound...thought maybe upon opening it perhaps I had disconnected something somewhere, but I can't see anything detached. At that point, I plugged in my earbuds and using an eyeglass-type screwdriver, I loosened and pressed on the headphone jack to see if I could attain sound. I didn't press very hard or try any big sort of movement as I have become unsure of what happened.
Hope this info. helps you. :)
no, but I wear a sterling silver link bracelet at all times, does that do the trick? :)
and the screwdriver I was using is all metal...handle and all
That doesn't sound correct to me as I didn't touch anything with my fingers. In the case that this did happen, how do I go about replacing/repairing the 'sound module'?
Yes, prying is quite a bit of pressure; however, the prying was done in an upward direction, away from the component as it is the face that lifts away from the backing. The backing houses the component. If Apple components are not sold separately, what does it matter the age?
at this point, I didn't realize you expected that answer...I apologize. It is past the warranty period, otherwise I would've taken it to Apple :) I read online that doing this attempt would void the warranty and so it was suggested to use if you were past your warranty period.
not sure if i did it correctly. I clicked on reset all settings under settings, but no change. Regarding my rating, I don't know, would you want to pay for an answer that didn't solve your problem?
wow, whatever....how is it that I'm now enrolled in unlimited plan when I clicked 'not now'. How do I cancel this trial membership that I don't want?
I clicked on not now then I clicked on my account and there it reads that I'm currently in unlimited plan. All after I gave u a good rating, so I don't think it actually charged me until then. thanks.
i was being sarcastic.