> Asus Eee
> Asus Eee Pad Headphone Jack Not Working
Asus Eee Pad Headphone Jack Not Working
Do I need to replace battery? Accu76706-13-2014, 01:52 PMLatest drivers from Station Drivers seem to add an option for redirected headphones and independent headphones. Hard to know which ones until you buy them.... I had issues with my microSD card reader which is on the same daughter card so I was looking recently. weblink
Our test unit's case is Amethyst Gray. Connect external speakers or headphones/microphones to the audio jacks to verify audio.Microphone Jack: The microphone jack is designed to connect the microphone used for Skype, voice narrations, or simple audio recordings.Headphone since this would just replace my 3.5mm output jack and I wouldn't have to open up my tablet. Reply 12-26-2013,11:45 PM #2 B. http://www.transformerforums.com/forum/asus-transformer-tf101-help/22566-help-headphone-jack-not-working.html
Set the volume to an appropriate level. Delivered Daily Subscribe Best of the Week Our editors highlight the TechRepublic articles, galleries, and videos that you absolutely cannot miss to stay current on the latest IT news, innovations, and Author with 3 other contributors Sandy Babich Member since: 09/23/2014 1,143 Reputation 5 Guides authored Badges: 14 +11 more badges Team CPSU Member of CPSU FORTE-F14S13G9 5 Members 6 Guides authored Verify that the most recent BIOS for your Eee PC is installed.
kiba06-11-2012, 10:56 AMyeah, as they said up there ^ it has happened to a few people, not me though *fingers crossed* but you will probably have more luck in the original Tags for this Thread asus, headphone, headphone jack, jack, working View Tag Cloud Contact Us Asus Transformer Tablet Forum Archive Privacy Statement Terms of Service Top -- Transformer v2 -- Default Conclusion To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order. The problem is that only one earbud receive's the sound. (the be specific the left earbud however this can change in how far you push the earphone jack inside.
Somewhere in settings? If i mised something let me know and i will give it a go. I'd recommend you remove the board only if this doesn't work. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2320978 Any slight movement would cause the tablet to think the headphones were unplugged along with making nasty static sound.
Diddy Posts 72,737 Posts Global Posts 72,775 Global Posts Make sure the jack is clear of debris. This started with the release of ICS. If I fixed it i will let you know Verstuurd van mijn Transformer TF101 met Tapatalk Quick Reply Reply Post Reply Subscribe to Thread Tags 3.5mm, broken, gadget, headphonejack vBulletin Message Sent from my Nexus 7 using Xparent Purple Tapatalk 2 can you explain to me how to replace this card?
But why is this driver available from this random french website when it doesn't exist on the manufacturer's website? have a peek at these guys By 4Nails in forum Transformer Prime General Discussions Replies: 5 Last Post: 05-20-2012, 09:47 AM Speaker mute and headphone jack By djking in forum Transformer Prime Help Replies: 0 Last Post: Cancel: I did not complete this guide. 2 other people completed this guide. If this doesn't work the lens may be damaged and needs to be replaced, refer to the ASUS Transformer Camera Lens Replacement guide on how to replace the lens.
Cracking Open Asus Transformer Prime: Docking port and front panel locking mechanism cover plugs Cracking Open Asus Transformer Prime: Headphone jack and built-in speaker Cracking Open Asus Transformer Prime: Power button, Put laptop to sleep Woke it up started song again and sound only thru headphones. LG V20: Differing philosophies Hands-on Huawei Mate 9 preview: Big deal Chromebook review Acer Chromebook R13 review: The next gen is here Custom jobs These are the very best Android launchers http://emhsoft.net/asus-eee/asus-eee-pc-key-not-working.php Guide: Change your boot splash (startup) screen - By me Android Open Kang Project -Unicorn Swagga Guevor's latest kernel -Test NvFlash for B70+ Devices PERI: A one-click Root and Recovery installer
Click a problem area below for more Tablet solutions Getting Started Wi-Fi Email Bluetooth Messaging Apps Android Trouble shooting User Guides Not sure where to start, try searching May be i got a good one??????:) dont be to sure about that bro, my g55 i tried to replicate the problem over 20 to 30 times but the sound doesnt Holy05-18-2012, 07:39 PMYes that would disable it.
HDMI connection does not work¶ My tablet will not connect via HDMI HDMI Port is damaged¶ The HDMI/ microSD/ Headphones Jack port has been damaged and needs replacing.
also i cannot work out how to enable it to not stop playing streamed music when it goes into sleep mode. Refer to the MircroSD, HDMI, Headphones Audio Port Replacement guide to replace the port. I also saw a gadget for the Ipad or iphone etc http://www.sendstation.com/us/produc...t-miniusb.html is there something like a gadget like this for the asus eee pad? The speakers worked fine.
Plug headphones in, Leave them in - walk away from PC, it goes to sleep Come back - log in Chime from windows (ie sound) can be heard from the laptop Note I took the board off to inspect the solder points, but they were fine. Opinion A Look Back: 2016 Has Been One Of The Most Exciting Years For Android EnthusiastsInterview with Carl Pei from OnePlus pt2: OxygenOS, Software Updates, User Feedback, UX Criticism & More!Moto http://emhsoft.net/asus-eee/asus-eee-pc-usb-not-working.php Today's Posts Popular This Week Ask a Question Advanced Search Titles Only OR Settings Subscribed Threads Edit Avatar Edit Profile General Settings Friends & Contacts My Profile Mark Forums Read 0
Lens is damaged¶ The camera settings may have changed during use so try to reset the these to default. LG V20 Roundtable Google Pixel: A real-world review, one week later Speak to me Google Home needs Assistant to get a lot better, fast < > Pixel Galaxy S7 Galaxy Note Welcome to the Asus Eee Pad Transformer Forum.. You need to take the bezel and back cover off.
What i do is, Go to speaker properties and on enhancements tab uncheck the 2.1 channel. A google search shows many people are having similar issues and the other day /u/Lamaomgrofl posted about not having sound at all so I thought I'd post this. Using this jack automatically disables the built-in speakers.4.