原帖由： Fabian Medina ,
I tried and tried all of these methods and none helped solve the problem. I developed some ideas that would help do the trick. Out of all the one to do the trick happened to be the last of my ideas. The first step is to unscrew the two side screws that keep the audio jack in place. Make sure to have some earphones by your side. Secondly, plug those earphones into the audio jack. Once that is done put on a song, or anything that can produce music. Thirdly, get a screw and try to place it under the audio jack upside down. Should look like this _l_. Tilt the headphone jack after you have successfully inserted the screw into the last socket. Lastly, screw in the closest socket with the final screw. Should be tightly screwed on. What this accomplishes is giving elevation to your audio jack, instead of you doing it, so music can be heard from both sides. This should help, it did for me.