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Realtek Audio Console Download

Realtek Audio Console Download

Realtek Audio Console is an app which can enable jack detection when device is plugged in

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#How to get a popup when device is plugged in audio jack?

This issue may occur due to incorrect audio settings. Let’s try few steps to resolve this issue.

Method 1:
As you are using Realtek HD Audio, I would suggest you to try these steps and check if it helps.

Enable auto-popup

  1. Press Windows key + X, choose Control Panel, select Hardware and sound.
  2. Scroll down and select Realtek HD Audio Manager.
  3. Click folder icon just above and to the right of where it says analog back panel and just below Device Advanced settings.
  4. Click Enable auto popup dialog when device has been plugged in.
  5. Click OK twice.
  6. Now, restart computer and check the issue.

Method 2:
If the issue persists, I would suggest you to set the headphone or speaker that you are connecting as default and check if it helps.

  1. Right click on the volume icon in the system tray and then click “Recording devices“.
  2. Right click on the blank space in the popped up window and then selectShow Disabled Devices” and “Show Disconnected Devices“.
  3. Right click on Headphone and then click “Enable“.
  4. Highlight the microphone and then chooseSet as Default Device“.
  5. Click Apply and Ok.

#Re-enabling audiojack popup

The auto popup dialog notification that you’ve disabled before is associated with the Realtek HD Audio Manager. Though you are already using the Bang and Olafson audio control panel, I suggest that you look into the Control Panel > Hardware and Sound and check if the Realtek HD Audio Manager is still installed so you can modify its settings. Follow these steps:

  1. Before you begin, disconnect or unplug your audio device from the audio jack.
  2. In the Cortana search bar, type in Control Panel, and click it from the search results.
  3. Click Harware and Sound.
  4. If Realtek HD Audio Manager is available, click it to open.
  5. On the right panel, check if you can see a folder icon or an “i” icon.
  6. Tick the box for Enable auto popup dialog when device has been plugged in option.
  7. Click OK, then OK.
  8. Restart your computer, plug back in your audio device once the computer is up, then check if the auto diaglog box appears.

You may also navigate to Settings > System > Notifications and Actions. Under Notificationstoggle on Get notifications from apps and other senders.

#How to Disable Headphone Jack for PC (Windows)

It’s important to know that there are different ways to disable the headphone jack on a Windows PC. Some methods only need simple tweaks to the PC settings, while others are more in-depth and may require some level of administrative access to the computer. It is up to you to decide which method suits you best

Using Sound Output Settings

This method is the easiest and most non-disruptive option. However, please keep in mind that these instructions are meant for PC users running Windows 10.

Device Properties

  1. Access the settings by pressing Windows key + S and type “settings” in the search box, then click on Settings. Alternatively, you can press the Windows key and click on the Settings icon which can be found at the lower left of the screen, just above the power icon.
  2. On the Windows Settings screen, click on the System icon.
  3. Click on the Sound tab at the left side of the screen, then choose the corresponding sound output device that you want to disable from the selection box. Once selected, click on Device properties.
  4. Check the Disable box to disable the chosen output device/headphone jack.

Manage Sound Devices

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  1. On the System Settings window, click on the Sound tab at the left side of the screen, then click on Manage sound devices.
  2. Click on the output device you want to disable then click on the Disable button to disable it.

Using Device Manager

You must have administrator access on the Windows computer to use this method.
  1. Access the device manager by pressing Windows key + S and type “device manager” in the search box, then click on Device Manager. Alternatively, you can press Windows key + X and click on the Device Manager tab.
  2. Expand the Audio inputs and outputs tab then right-click on your sound output device and click Disable device.

Using Windows Registry Editor

You must have administrator access AND are currently using the default Windows audio driver to use this method. If you’re using a different driver, you can simply uninstall it so that you can use the default driver.
Be careful when making changes to the registry editor! Any wrong move or improper editing of values can cause major problems on your computer. Make a backup of your registry (File > Export > Save) before proceeding if you want to stay on the safe side.
  1. Press Windows key + R to open Run, then type “regedit” and click OK.
  2. Navigate to this part of the registry (you can copy-paste it to the navigation bar on the registry editor):
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\MMDevices\Audio\Render
  3. Expand the Render key on the left side of the registry editor and open the Properties subkey of every Globally Unique Identifier (GUID) until you find the output device you want to disable.
    Example GUID: {106817ea-5798-4f12-b707-73dfd781ac23}
  4. Once you’ve determined the GUID where the output device belongs to, click on the GUID. Then, double-click on the DeviceState DWORD to edit its value. To disable it, change the value data field from 1 to 10000001.

Using Realtek HD Audio Manager

You must have the Realtek HD Audio Manager driver installed on your Windows computer to use this method.
  1. Open the system tray at the lower right part of the taskbar and click on the Realtek HD Audio Manager icon. If the icon isn’t there, go to the Control Panel and view it by Large icons.
  2. On the lower right of the Realtek HD Audio Manager, click on the Connector Settings (wrench icon).
  3. On the Connector Settings window, tick the slider on the Disable front panel jack detection to disable the headphone jack.

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