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While we can't vouch for it as we haven't tried it, there's a utility called Tiny Umbrella (for Mac and Windows) which claims to get your i Device out of recovery mode without erasing any data, so you shouldn't lose any photos, videos, contacts and so on.
Other applications are availble, such as Rec Boot for Mac OS.
Having helped a reader resolve this problem a few weeks back, and then running into it myself, I figured it was worth a write up.
So if you find your i Phone speakers suddenly aren’t working and the “(headphones)” message is stuck on despite nothing attached to the phone, try the steps outlined above before calling Apple Support, it will probably work for you too.
If you follow Apple's method of exiting recovery mode (below), you will lose all the data on your device: it will be restored to the most recent backup on your computer.On rare occasions, and through no fault of your own (unless you jailbreak your i Phone or i Pad), your i Device might end up in recovery mode.This typically happens after an update to a new firmware or when you are trying to restore a backup.Click here for the updated article for devices running i OS 7, as well as a video.Essentially, you'll find that your device won't turn on, or it will cycle the boot process but never reach the home screen.Use hairdryer or toothpick on the i Phone headphone port to remove broken headphone jack or dust. If you spilled milk or Pepsi like water, use q-tip (with the cotton ripped off) Solution 2:- Reset the i Phone. I ran into this today and here’s how I fixed it in about a minute: The i Phone should be good to go now.Toggling the volume up/down buttons should just show “Ringer” as it’s supposed to like the screenshot shows below, and audio will play out of the i Phone speakers as usual. It could be a number of things, perhaps it’s just a weird software quirk where the i Phone doesn’t recognize that headphones have been disconnected from the jack – that seems to be exacerbated by some protective cases that cause obstruction to the audio jack, thus why you should remove the case before trying any of this. Press the “cancel” button at the bottom of the screen. Solution 5:- Connect your i Phone via Bluetooth to a speaker system. If you have any other issues or solutions, do let us via comment.