Many iPhone users have been complaining that their Microphone not working during calls. I too had this same problem on my iPhone XS. It was really frustrating to me. Somehow, I fixed this issue. Do you have this same issue? Then read this article. Here’s I am going to tell you some solutions to solve this problem.
Solution 1: Restart your iPhone
- Press the Power button and either Volume Up or Volume Down button until getting a slider.
- Drag the slider to turn off your device.
- To turn on your device, press and hold the Power button until seeing an Apple logo.
Solution 2: Disconnect Headset and Bluetooth Devices
- Remove the headset from your device.
- Then if you have connected any Bluetooth accessories to your iPhone, forget it. To do this,
- Go to Settings -> Bluetooth.
- Next, click “i” icon next to the connected device.
- Now, tap “Forget this Device”.
- Restart your iPhone and reconnect the headset or Bluetooth devices.
Solution 3: Clean iPhone ports and Microphone
If there any dust or debris in phone’s port or Microphone, clean it using cotton or toothpick. Then check it whether it’s working or not.
Solution 4: Force Restart
- Press the Volume Up button and release it.
- Press the Volume Down button and release it.
- Press and hold the Side button until the Apple Logo appears.
Solution 5: Disable Phone Noise Cancellation
- Go to Settings -> General -> Accessibility.
- Scroll down the page and turn off “Phone Noise Cancellation”.
Solution 6: Reset Network Settings
- Go to Settings -> General -> Reset.
- Tap “Reset Network Settings”.
Solution 7: Reset All Settings
- Launch Settings -> General ->Reset.
- Tap “Reset All Settings”.
- Enter your Restrictions Passcode.
- Tap “Reset All Settings” in the pop-up box.
- Again tap “Reset All Settings” to confirm.
Solution 8: Check for Software Update
Make sure that you have updated the latest version of iOS on your iPhone. If not, then update it.
- Connect your iPhone to Wi-Fi or Cellular Data.
- Now, go to Settings -> General -> Software Update.
- Tap “Download and Install” if an update is available.
Solution 9: Restore your iPhone
- First, connect your iPhone to the Mac.
- Then open iTunes on your Mac.
- Click iPhone icon at the top.
- Now, click the Summary tab at left corner.
- A pop-up box will appear to confirm the action and tap Restore.
- Then iTunes will restore your iPhone.
- When your phone restarts, you can see a few options. You have to select “Set Up as New iPhone”.
We hope the above solutions have solved your problem. If you have any doubt or idea regarding this article, tell us through your comments.