Weird speaker problem due to Cydia app?

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  1. shugo

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    Ok, I have an interesting, unusual problem. I went to answer my phone when it decided to crash and return to safe mode. Since then when I lock/unlock my phone the audio comes from the speaker at the top, and there's an option when I'm listening to music/YouTube to play from the speaker on top, and the speaker on bottom. I've tried a respring, turning my phone all the way off and back on, and it still won't fix itself. Any ideas?
     
  2. psylichon

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    Speaker on top? Do you mean the headset (handset? ... the part you hold to your ear)? What does the audio output option say specifically in the Music/Youtube apps?
     
  3. shugo

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    Yes, the headset. The options in the apps are [iPhone Speaker] and [iPhone]. Speaker is the normal speaker for ringtones/music, and [iPhone] is the headset speaker.
     
  4. MoneyMaker79

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    Have you installed anything from Cydia lately? Try uninstalling the latest one if any may have caused this.
     
  5. shugo

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    Haven't installed anything in about a week. I did forget to mention that I had the standard Apple earbuds in when I went to answer the call.
    On a side note, I dunno what happened, but it seems to have fixed itself.
     
  6. MoneyMaker79

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    That would make sense for the call to go through the earbuds when you answer call.
     
  7. shugo

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    Ok, I figured out the problem. It was a Cydia app, but one that I used so infrequently I hadn't noticed. When I turn on the Hands Free tweak for Siri, the audio gets a little wonky. But when it's turned off, it goes back to normal.
     

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