Last Updated on March 7, 2021 by Bestusefultips
Irritate by low volume during calls on Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and Galaxy S7? Here’s how to fix low call volume on Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and Galaxy S7. Several Samsung Galaxy S7 owners report poor sound call quality during phone calls, calls dropping, speaker volume extremely quiet, people can’t hear your voice on calls, S7 audio volume very low on different carriers such as AT&T, T-mobile, Verizon, and more. Most of all this issue occurs due to hardware problems, software updates, speaker faults, poor network signals, etc.
You can use a microphone or wired headset while poor sound quality on calls in your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge to fix the problem. Because of poor network, sometimes people can’t hear you on calls. While you’re in the call to click a button that makes sometimes volume boost. Try below given possible ways to fix low volume on a call on a Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge device.
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How To Fix Galaxy S7 Edge and Galaxy S7 Call Volume Low
Clean the Speaker
Use a toothbrush and really scrub it, pick out all the lint and get the bristles in there for 30 seconds. Now make a call and check to fix media or call volume too low issue.
Try to clean the grill on the earpiece with some sticky tack and it made it a bit better to the current volume.
Increase call volume on S7 Edge to fix low volume on calling
Call your phone number from another phone, pick up the call and press the volume button, restart your Samsung phone without hanging up the call.
Check volume settings
First of all check volume settings on your Samsung Galaxy S7 edge device.
Settings > Sound > Adjust volume settings
Bluetooth Audio Issue
Step 1: Remove all paired devices from your Samsung S7 & S7 Edge.
Restart your device.
Step 2: Toggle on Bluetooth and try to pair it with another device.
Step 3: If you still facing the issue, clear Bluetooth cache using Settings > Apps & notifications > More > System Apps > Bluetooth > Storage > Clear cache
Step 4: Reboot your device and try to pair it again.
Set up the Adapt Sound to fix low call volume on Samsung Galaxy S7
If you’re Samsung s7 speaker volume extremely quiet or low sounds in calls, set Adapt sound in your device using below given settings.
Step 1: Go to Settings in your Samsung S7 Edge
Step 2: Tap on Sounds & vibration
Step 3: Tap on Adapt sound under Sound Personalization
Here you can also add a personalized sound profile to find the best stereo sound for your Samsung galaxy devices.
Check network signal strength
Check network signal strength in your galaxy S7 device. If the low network, find a nearby location that good signal strength.
Check Wired headset/Microphone issue
Wired headset: Check wired headset is inserted perfectly into the headset jack in your device. If using a Samsung Galaxy S7 cases or cover, remove it. If not fix the issue, try a new headset.
Microphone: Check nothing is in front of a microphone that causing to low volume issue on your Galaxy S7 and other android devices.
Use safe mode to fix low speaker volume on Samsung Galaxy S7 edge
Step 1: Turn off your Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge device.
Step 2: Press & hold the power button from the Galaxy S7 Edge screen.
Step 3: While Samsung logo appears on screen, press & hold the volume down button until see “safe mode” in your galaxy S7 screen
Safe mode will display on the bottom left side of the screen. If your galaxy S7 device running normally in safe mode, it means any third party downloaded apps causing the issue. Find that app and delete it from your galaxy S7 device.
Factory reset Samsung Galaxy S7 edge if your phone won’t turn on
First of all, Turn off your Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge device.
Step 1: Press and hold the power button, home and volume button at the same time.
Step 2: When the Samsung logo appears on the screen, holding the home & volume up button until appear “Android system recovery” screen.
Step 3: Press the volume down button until “Wipe data/factory reset” and press the power button to select it
Step 4: Press the volume buttons to scroll to “Yes – delete all user data” and press the power button to select it.
Clearing the cache data may take 2-5 minutes.
Step 5: Use the volume buttons to scroll to “Reboot system now”, press the power button to select it
That’s all. Did you find the above methods helpful to fix low call volume on Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge? Do you know some other tricks to fix this issue? Let us know in below comment box.