If you can’t hear audio from your iPad while using apps, receiving phone calls or messages, it means there is some sound issue on your device. And therefore, it needs to be fixed as soon as possible.
Some tech-savvy people try to resolve the issues by themselves, while others prefer to take help from iPad repair professionals. There could be several reasons for the poor sound, relating to hardware or software.
But, don’t worry! In the following write-up, we’ll explain in detail the different ways of fixing sound issues!
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Methods to Fix Sound Issue on iPad
- Check the iPad Sound Settings
- Restart iPad
- Check your iPad Notification Settings
- Select the Custom Notification Sound Check Box
- Disable “Do Not Disturb” Mode
- Clean iPad Charging Port and Headphone Jack
- Turn to Professionals
Contact iDevice Repair Center
Methods to Fix Sound Issue on iPad
Check the iPad Sound Settings
Several times the iPad is either turned off or the volume is low. It leads people to think there is a problem with notifications. To get started, press the volume up button on the side of the iPad a few times to turn up the volume. A volume slider appears showing the volume level. You can also go to Settings> Sounds and increase the volume using the slider under Call & Alerts.
For troubleshooting the sound issue process, you should restart your Apple iPad. Sometimes a simple fix like restarting the iPad will return the notification sound. To restart the iPad, hold down the physical power button, then slide the Power Off slider to turn off the iPad. Once fully closed, hold down the power button again to turn it on.
Check your iPad Notification Settings
Apple offers several settings for customizing notifications on iPad. You may have accidentally disabled the app notification completely or changed the setting that prevents the notification sound from working. To fix this, follow these steps:
- Go to Settings on your iPad and choose Notifications.
- You will see the option “Show preview”. Click on it and select Always.
- In the “Notifications” section, you will find a list of installed applications. Tap on the app for which notification sounds don’t work.
Make sure the toggle next to Allow notifications in the problematic app is turned on. Then turn on the switch next to Sounds.
Select the Custom Notification Sound Check Box
Are you using custom notifications? If yes, it’s advisable to temporarily switch to the system tone. To change the notification sound, go to Settings> Sound. Click on the desired type of sound causing the problem and select the alert from the system tones.
Disable “Do Not Disturb” Mode
Do Not Disturb (DND) mode is another major reason notifications sound not working on iPad. When this mode is on, you will not hear any notifications and ringing tones. Therefore, you need to disable it and check other settings related to it as shown below.
- Open Settings on your iPad and select Do Not Disturb.
- Turn off the switch next to Do Not Disturb.
Clean iPad Charging Port and Headphone Jack
Your iPad cannot play audio if the charging port or headphone jack is dirty. You should clean the iPad charging port and headphone jack. You may need a toothbrush or vacuum cleaner to clean them. After cleaning, check if this fixes the sound problem.
Turn to Professionals
If you’ve tried all of these fixes but still can’t get audio back on the iPad, it might be a hardware issue. Contact Apple Support and ask for advice. If nothing works, it’s recommended to take assistance from the professional Apple repair Singapore store for better results.
Contact iDevice Repair Centre
We hope the above solutions helped you fix notification sounds not working on your iPad. If not, the iDevice Repair Centre’s team is here to assist you and guide you throughout the process.
We are proficient and qualified partners who won’t only restore the sound settings as it was before but also make the major repairs if required. So, don’t let yourself compromise on iPad repair quality and call us today to determine the reasons and solutions.