My iPad Speaker suddenly has gone very low in volume...Can Anyone help?

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  1. J. A.

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    Welcome to iPad Forums!

    The member above had problems with sound because the iPad had been connected to bluetooth speakers. If you wish to use the iPad Pro with it's built in speakers, you don't have to disable Bluetooth, and the Apple Pencil will not quit working.
     
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    As an alternative to turning off Bluetooth on the iPad, you can always turn off the bluetootth speakers instead. Unless you've got some kind of multi-source bluetooth speakers than need to be on all the time, that's usually the best choice.

    Hold in mind the orginial question was from 2013. Things have changed a bit. These days it should be possible to pull up the Control Panel, choose AirPlay, and switch between the local speakers and other connected bluetooth or networked speakers. I can on my iPhone anyway. I don't have any bluetooth speakers paired with the iPad Pro to test.
     
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    I have the same problem end I don't have bleuthoot enabled on mi device I've tried to change every single setting nothing helped me
     
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    Welcome to iPadForums!

    If this is caused by a setting, reset all settings. Go to Settings - General - Reset, and select "Reset all Settings". See if that helps getting back the sound.
    This reset will set back your settings to default, so everything you've changed before, will be back to it's original setting. This includes Wi-Fi, e.g. You'll have to go through the Settings app afterwards, to get back your preferences.
     
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    there is an app named "speaker clean", it might be helpful :)
     
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    That’s an Android app and isn’t available for iOS devices.
     
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    Not to mention most likely useless.
     
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    Apps like this are designed to eject foreign matter such as water or dust from the speaker. They are useless if the problem is not physical blockage of the speaker.
     

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