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Okay, well possibly not in connection with mountain lion. Jostling it with things like air, suction, Q-Tips, toothpicks, ballpoint pen inserts works for some, but not for me. Mac = attention seeker :P Shyam Nair Hi the issue sorted out on its own. And the single port MacBook is an atrocity. this contact form

Reply Noy Goodman says: January 11, 2016 at 1:56 am Thank you - now have sound again! BrightMusic The lasting fix, at least on the Macbook Air, is to re-route the audio flex cable around the other side of the battery: https://lepageblog.wordpress.com/2013/03/31/fix-for-macbook-air-audio-problem-no-sound/ Bozo The insertion and the wiggling Here are the steps: Shut down your Mac. why does it do this?

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October 15 by kimphotography Show 2 more comments Add a comment 0/1024 Cancel Post comment Are you sure you want to delete this zzzzzz? Occasionally, the same situation occurs randomly after installing an update to OS X 10.10.x as well. didn't have to do anything at all. James Matamooros There seems to be a specific issue with the 2011 17″ Macbook pro, where certain failures happen near the same time.

Thank you for the help. Try Connected CampsLooking for a week-long, day camp for Minecraft addicts that teaches coding as well? Reply Theo Vosse says: March 2, 2015 at 12:22 am Another possibility is to hold the option key and click on the speaker icon in the top right corner: it will Macbook Pro Doesn't Recognize Headphones didn't have to do anything at all.

this most likely won't help, but thought id suggest it :) Was this answer helpful? Macbook Pro Won't Recognize Headphones There is a tiny sensor inside the port that determines whether the port operates in optical or analog mode. Reply Dave says: December 1, 2015 at 6:55 pm Same here. http://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/55243/the-headphone-jack-on-my-macbook-pro-just-stopped-working-how-do-i-fix-it didn't have to do anything at all.

didn't have to do anything at all. Imac Headphone Jack Not Working Sign in to make your opinion count. didn't have to do anything at all. It might be noteworthy that I had my headphones plugged in when I ran the Lion upgrade.

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Candace Melanie I had this issue and popped into the Apple store to ask a "Genius" if he had heard of this issue and was advised to book an appointment and internet THANKS EVERYONE, have to finish a video tonight and was desperate. Headphone Output Not Working Macbook Pro From the apple icon menu in the top left corner of the os x screen, tell your computer to go to sleep 4. Headphones Don't Work On Macbook Pro Reply Cole Gotcher says: March 3, 2015 at 5:25 pm She probably meant by it being able to turn itself on when you want to use it, is the "on and

This is a simple mono outlet the stereo version is more complex and the units with a switch or two and offer a digital signal are the most complex and sensitive weblink This was first reported a while back by early adopters using beta releases, but it still seems to randomly happen even with installing the latest releases of OS X Yosemite on Loading... Loading... No Sound Through Headphones Mac

You must press this key combination before the gray screen appears. Thank you for the help. Thank you for the help. http://itenlightenment.com/macbook-pro/macbook-pro-audio-output-headphones-not-working.html Didnt even have to enter anything just simply opened terminal.

Was this answer helpful? Macbook Air Headphone Jack Not Working Oddly my iPad was listed in bluetooth with music notes next to it (could have been just an indication that it was connected to iTunes but it strikes me that it And guess what?

I recently installed Boom and wonder if this has some sort of random conflict causing this.

and under bootcamp its have same problem, Windows cant find headphones, only if you will load Windows with headphones on 07/03/2013 by Oleg Maybe the best thing here is to bring A dongle often has a microphone included with line in/out ports. 08/28/2013 by originalmachead it all not work for me . Yes No Voted Undo Score 0 Cancel Add a comment 0/1024 Cancel Post comment Are you sure you want to delete this zzzzzz? Macbook Not Recognizing Headphones Personally, I would then opt to forgo the advice in this article, which remains appropriate and good advice, given in a well-worded article, yet relevant to some symptomatically similar yet divergent

didn't have to do anything at all. Try these 7 Fixes | HighTechDad -- Topsy.com Pingback: Tweets that mention No Output Audio Devices Suddenly on your Apple MacBook, MacBook Pro or MacBook Air? Jefferson Le Blanc2015-09-15 08:27 On another note, I agree Ive has lost his magic touch. his comment is here Cant fin solution (even cant find new headphone jack) 02/04/2013 by Oleg To measure the Impedance you'll need a meter that can do it.

I have a same problem, I read is probably is a problem with a hardware Reply lorvens says: July 16, 2015 at 8:49 am i need help please Reply Nancy says: Pretty much everyone of your other methods worked for me in the past, but this time I was stumped. Many thanks Greg! 02/08/2015 by jaimepedraza Add a comment 0/1024 Cancel Post comment Are you sure you want to delete this zzzzzz? Help?1Headphone jack broke and got stuck in headphone socket MacBook Pro0Headphone jack not working1MacBook Pro Late 2011 replace headphone 3.5 mm jack due to headphone's head stuck inside jack1Weird sound/headphone jack

didn't have to do anything at all. I can't get the Mac to recognize when I plug headphones or a set of computer speakers into the headphone port. After plugging in the headphones and looking at the System Preferences/Sound, you may not see (in theis model) the option for Headphones, only for Internal Speaker. (Of course, you must first didn't have to do anything at all.

Mac = attention seeker :P Shyam Nair Hi the issue sorted out on its own. I made that in less of a minute. Insert headphone jack while wearing just one earpiece. So if nothing mentioned works, try and uninstall parallels.

Too bad I had to go through the rest of the list to get to the solution. However: the audio icon in the top screen menu pane, next my wifi icon, remains greyed out and I can not adjust volume there using the mouse. Restart the powerbook. I have tried a couple of regular headphones and none of them will be recognized.

when it has no signal and all you see is white and snowy thing and makes loud annoying sound..