Turning off your mobile is a good idea. It’s not just something that occurred to you, and you’re unable to find a way to get it back. Unfortunately, for many iPhone users, that’s exactly how it’s.
Between getting lost in several confusing settings and bugs, numerous users have experienced issues with the iPhone alarm system for calls. It can be frustrating and even devastating when you’re constantly left without essential calls. However, if you do each step each time, you’ll be able to get rid of this maze.
How to Unsilence Calls on iPhone
There are many reasons behind your phone’s calls not being heard on your iPhone. You can switch off silent mode to fix this problem. If it doesn’t work, you must disable the option to silence unknown callers within Your iOS settings. I’ve listed other methods to silence calls in the following.
Check Silence Unknown Callers
Perhaps only a few of your calls are not being answered, but others aren’t. One common element you’re not receiving is that they all come from individuals that aren’t part of your contact list. If that’s the case, you should verify this particular setting.
In your iPhone settings, click the settings for ‘Phone’.
After that, scroll down to ensure it’s off under ‘Silence Unknown Callers’. If it is on, then tap it to open it.
Turn off the switch.
Turn Silence Mode Off
The easiest way to silence calls on the iPhone is to switch off your silence feature. Look above the volume button located on the left of your iPhone. Check if the switch button is either up or down. Press the button to enable the ringer mode.
Check Call Audio Routing
It is an accessibility function that decides the location where you can be able to hear audio while calling. Launch your Settings app to turn it off and scroll down until you find Accessibility. After that, click Touch and then select Call Audio Routing. Tap Automatic, so a blue checkmark appears on the right.
Do Not Disturb Setting
Sometimes, an iPhone won’t ring in the event of an incoming phone call with DND activated. It is best to turn off the DND feature to hear the tone.
- Go to iPhone Settings.
- Select the Do not Disturb option.
- Then, deactivate this Do Not Disturb feature.
Check If Your Bluetooth Device Is Enabled
You may miss calls when your mobile connects via Bluetooth devices. This could be the AirPods, headsets or even speakers. Therefore, you should check if your device is linked to Bluetooth as well or not. It is easy to disable it from the control centre of your smartphone. But I’ve also offered you a second option to use Bluetooth if the Bluetooth icon is unavailable.
- On your, iPhone Go to the settings
- Tap on Bluetooth
- It will show whether it is connected to Bluetooth headsets
- Please turn off the toggle Bluetooth to disable it
Turn Volume Up
People often accidentally turn off the sound on an iPhone, or someone else using their phone has turned off the sound. This can happen, especially if you play on your iPhone inside your purse or allow children to play with the iPhone.
- Click on “Settings”, then go to “Sounds & Haptics.”
- To use Ringers & Alerts, slide the slider to the right to boost that volume. The ringer, as well as alert sounds.
Check for Blocked Numbers
If you’re missing only calls from a specific number, ensure you’ve not blocked them accidentally. Navigate to the iPhone settings and select the option “Phone”. Click on “Blocked Contacts” in the settings for your phone.
If the phone number you’re missing calls from is listed on the block list for the contact, you can unblock it. Swipe to the left of that phone number, then click on Unblock.
If your iPhone cannot make phone calls (some of them, or even all) even after you’ve checked all the settings above, restart your phone. It would help if you were sure there weren’t any pending software updates. If you cannot resolve the issue, then call Apple Support or take your phone to the Apple Service Center.