How to Fix Call Volume too Low Issue on Pixel 3 XL, 3a, 3a XL

Last Updated on March 7, 2021 by Bestusefultips

Can’t hear phone calls or call volume too low issue on Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL devices. There are different types of volume issues that occur such as headphone volume low, low call volume on the speaker, no sound in calls after update device and more. Has any Pixel users had this problem?

You can quickly increase or decrease phone volume or media sound to press volume up or down the key from any screen (Even unlock your device). Check out below given possible solutions to fix call volume too low issue on Pixel 3 XL and Pixel 3.

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How to Fix Low Call Volume on Google Pixel 3 XL and Pixel 3

If you have to face extremely low in-call volume on Google Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL and other latest android devices, try below-given troubleshooting methods to fix these issues.

1st Method: Reboot your Pixel 3 & Pixel 3 XL

It will useful to fix bugs and improve Pixel 3 performance. Press and hold the power button in your Pixel 3 and then tap the restart button to reboot your device. Now try to make phone calls and check to fix volume issues.

2nd Method: Check phone volume is full – Increase volume

You can quickly adjust volume settings on your Pixel 3 & Pixel 3 XL using volume up or volume down button.

Google Pixel 3 XL has low quality call issues

Press volume up or volume down key > Settings gear icon > Adjust volume settings

Also, change phone volume in your Google Pixel 3 device using below given sound settings.

How to fix call volume too low issue on Pixel 3

Settings > Sounds > Call volume

3rd Method: Check network signal strength to fix call volume too low issue on Pixel 3

When a phone call is running and sometimes we can’t hear the voice clearly, poor network signal is the reason behind this problem. If you’ve Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL has low-quality call issues, you’ll put Pixel 3 into speakerphone or use a headphone to fix this. Find nearby places that have good network signal and make phone calls to check to fix no sound issues.

If you use a microphone, make sure nothing is in front of a microphone that causing to poor call quality on your Google Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL.

4th Method: Check third party app causing issue

You can find third-party apps that causing this low call volume problem on Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL using safe mode. When turning on safe mode, it will disable all third-party apps from your device.

Step 1: Press and hold the power button on your Pixel 3.

Step 2: Long press Power off button until view reboot to safe mode.

Step 3: Press OK to reboot safe mode on Pixel 3.

It will take 30-50 seconds to reboot your device.

Step 4: You can see the Safe mode symbol at the bottom left corner.

Now make phone calls and check facing problems on sound. If you can’t find any problem, it means any third party apps causing this issue. Remove safe mode on Pixel 3 to restart it. After rebooting the device, delete one by one recently apps until fix Pixel 3 call volume problem.

5th Method: Factory reset Pixel 3

Back up important data safely after perform this Google Pixel 3 factory reset data settings. It will remove all your phone data. Reset all phone settings.

Step 1: Go to Settings in your Pixel 3.

Step 2: Tap System.

Step 3: Tap Advanced.

Step 4: Tap Reset options.

Google Pixel 3 low call volume issue

Step 5: Tap Erase all data (Factory reset).

Step 6: Tap Reset phone.

Step 7: Confirm your PIN or Password or Pattern lock to continue.

Step 8: Tap Erase everything.

After restart you’re Google Pixel 3, make a phone call and check to fix low call volume problem or not. If you still facing issues, hard reset Google Pixel 3.

Do you have any alternative methods to fix call volume too low issue on Pixel 3 XL? Share with us in below comment box. Don’t forget to share with others if you found it helpful.

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3 comments

  1. You are missing the last option, warranty exchange. The only thing working for me. It looks it’s an usual issue after looking around.

  2. Daniel DeMolli

    Methid 1 should be make sure your speakers arnt blocked

  3. The issue for many Pixel owners – esp pre-Pixel 4 owners – is that ever since the Android 11 update, the Call Volume is arbitrarily being muted (or, sometimes, almost muted). I am one of those Pixel owners (3a XL) for whom this is an ongoing, infuriating occurrence.

    You can reset the Call Volume to your liking without a problem, but it will again be set to off (muted) at seemingly arbitrary times. I believe that’s the real issue here (Why is this happening? and, more importantly, How do I fix it – permanently?) The “answer” as presented here is full of good information, but it does not address the core issues, ie, WHY is Call Volume being arbitrarily changed, and HOW DO I FIX IT??

    Surely SIMEONE at Google can address this, given that it’s been going on for months now.

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