"I have an iPhone 6 and recently, I have noticed that it echoes when I am speaking to someone on the other end of the line. Why is there an echo when I talk on my phone? I just updated my iPhone to iOS 11. Does that matter?"
There are a lot of reasons why your device could be experiencing these problems. Unless you dropped your iPhone, most of these reasons are software related. The good news is that there are some troubleshooting steps you can take to try and fix the problem. In this article, we look at 5 of the most reliable ones to fix iPhone echos when calling.
5 Tips to Fix iPhone Echoes When Calling （iOS 11 Supported）
1. Check the Connections
This is the most obvious first step to take. If your device is connected to a headset, you may be unable to hear through the receiver. You can try the following solutions.
Make sure that you don't have anything plugged in to your headphone jack or dock connector.
Also, try turning off Bluetooth. Go to Settings. Bluetooth and then turn off Bluetooth.
Check to see if the problem has been resolved. If not, try our second option.
2. Clear the Receiver
It is also very possible that your receiver could be blocked or dirty and therefore not functioning as it should. Here's what you can do to clear it.
Ensure nothing is blocking the receiver. If you have a new device, remove the plastic film on the front and back of the device.
Check to see of the receiver is dirty. If it is, clean it with a small, dry soft-bristled brush.
Turn in speakerphone when on a call. If you are still unable to hear the other person, it could be a network reception issue. Try calling from a different location.
3. Check the Network
Follow these steps to check if the problem is with your device's receiver or your network.
Open the Voice Memos app on your device and record a new audio clip. Play it and switch between speaker and receiver.
If you can hear the voice memo just fine, the problem may be with your carrier network or voicemail system.
4. Hard Reset the iPhone
If you are sure your device's hardware is just fine, you may be experiencing a software problem. A hard reset can fix this problem quite easily. Just hold the home and power buttons at the same time until you see the Apple Logo appear on your screen.
If the device turns on and you still have the same problems, it may be time for more drastic measures.
5. Fix iPhone Echo During Call with iMyFone iOS System Recovery
Like we said, this could very well be a software problem and when a hard reset fails to produce the desired result, you may need to fix the system. For example, if you just update it to iOS 11 and this problem happens, then there probably be an error with the iOS 11. The best way to do it is to use iMyFone iOS System Recovery. This program is designed to fix any issue you may be having with your iOS devices. Some of its features include the following.
iMyFone iOS System Recovery (iOS 11 Supported)
- It can be used to fix all iOS issues including iPhone stuck in recovery mode, iPhone stuck in DFU mode, stuck in Apple logo or a device that just won't turn on.
- It offers 3 options: Standard Mode, Exit Recovery Mode, and Advanced Mode. Your data will not be affected under the Standard Mode.
- It is completely safe to use both for your device and the data on it.
- It is developed by iMyFone company which owns famous iMyFone D-Back and iMyFone Umate Pro.
Follow these simple steps to fix the issue of iPhone echos during call using iMyFone iOS System Recovery.
Step 1: Download the program to your computer and launch it. Choose "Standard Mode" to begin.
Step 2: Connect the iPhone to your computer using USB cables and put your device in DFU Mode or Recovery Mode.Wait until the program detects the iPhone model.
Step 3: You may be required to download the latest firmware for the device. Click on "Download" and wait for the process to complete.
Step 4: The program will begin fixing the device immediately. Once the repair process is complete, the device will restart in normal mode.