I use a Sennheiser headphone with in-ear noise canceling headphones for my iPhone 6S. I do not know exactly which model it is, but something like the CX 5.00i is not far away. The headphones have a small in-line remote control that I often use to pause and play songs.
The problem is that I do about half the time – especially when a song has been paused for more than 30 seconds, and especially when I'm moving and not standing still – when you press the button on the remote, the music becomes not restarted as it should, but activates Voice Control instead (with this VERY loud & # 39; Dun-Dun & # 39; sound that makes me half deaf each time).
I've disabled voice control as described in the answer to this question, and long-clicking the Home button on the phone will not turn it on. I also disabled Siri completely.
It seems to be a fairly common problem that voice control happens to be activated even during music playback, but of course music in my case is not play when this happens. I could only find a few other cases where pausing is explicitly mentioned: There is a post in a MacRumors thread (no response in the thread) and a previous question (which does not mention if voice control is off and not). also has no answers).
I tried to switch to the standard Apple headphones – no change. If you do not turn off the headset remote control, the voice control will still be activated if I wait longer than 30 seconds or do not quite stand still.
Why / how does that happen? How can my headset activate voice control if it is otherwise disabled? And more importantly, there is a way to Stop it?