There's no need to rush to the service center if you face the loss of sound on your iPad. There are several ways to manage the problem yourself without damaging the device.
Before you start solving the problem, it is important to understand why the iPad has lost sound. There may be no sound when you try to play it through headphones, or conversely, there is sound in the headphones, but the iPad speaker does not work.
Most of these problems can be caused by a tablet crash or a software failure. The first thing to do if your iPad has lost sound due to a crash is to reboot it.
If the sound on your iPad isn't working, try turning up the volume using the volume control. The volume slider will also help if your headphones don't work or the sound is quiet when you watch movies or listen to music.
If the volume button and rebooting the gadget didn't help, open the sound settings on your iPad. Try restoring the tablet as follows:
If you have lost sound on your iPad after the update, try resetting all settings (to do this, select "Reset All Settings" on the "Reset" submenu).
If manipulation with the settings did not help, and your iPad still has quiet sound, then you need to contact a professional.
If your tablet has lost sound due to being dropped or wet, you will need expert help to solve the problem. Order your gadget repair consultation from specialists registered on Howly. Working with them, you will get many advantages:
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