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Connecting iPhone to laptop speakers

The laptop screen is damaged, the iPhone speaker aren't working either. Just sounds needed.

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Sounds like a dead end.
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If your running off battery

There must be a way to control the out put once your connected from iPhone to laptop without a laptop screen.

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Can't see how.

No screen to pull up the control panel and mixer. Who told you there was a way? They should show you.

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Function F10, F11 & F12

Volume Mute, Down & Up respectively.

Use an external monitor to see what you are doing


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