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How to Fix Sound Issue on Samsung Galaxy S9 And S9 Plus

Last Updated on March 7, 2021 by Bestusefultips

Irritate by Samsung Galaxy S9 plus sound issues? If you faced can‘t hear phone calls, Samsung S9 speaker issue, or notification sound issue on the Galaxy S9 plus. Let see some quick tricks to fix Samsung Galaxy S9 no sound issue. There are several reasons for galaxy S9 sound not working such as low volume, silent mode, poor network signal, hardware issue, damage speakers and more.

Sometimes while listening to music and suddenly drop sound or no sound in Samsung Galaxy devices. Have you been ever facing this media-sound not working or speaker not working issue on your galaxy devices? Check out each one listed below possible solutions to fix sound not working on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 plus.

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How to fix sound not working on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus

How to fix sound not working on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 plus

Restart your Galaxy S9 & S9 plus

Switch off your Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 plus and after 10-15 seconds switch on again. Now make a call or listening song and check to fix no sound problem or not.

Check galaxy S9 volume is full

Check volume settings on your galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 plus devices. Make sure volume is full in your device.

Settings > Device > Sound > Adjust volume settings

Check network signal strength to fix sound not working on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 plus

If network signal is poor in your galaxy S9 & S9 plus, you can’t hear a clear voice for the incoming or outgoing calls. To fix poor sound call quality on galaxy S9 plus, find a nearby place that good signal.

Check Microphone or Wired headset damage

If use wired headset or microphone and getting this poor sound from speaker issue, check below.

Wired headset: Check wired headset is properly inserted into the headset jack. Remove Galaxy S9 case and check fix problems or not.

Microphone: Check nothing is in front of the microphone that causing too low call volume on Samsung Galaxy S9 & S9 plus.

Activate safe mode and check Galaxy S9 Plus speaker problem occur

Step 1: Power off your Galaxy S9 & S9 plus device.

Step 2: Press & hold the power button, when the Samsung logo appears on the screen, release the power button.

After releasing the power button, press & hold the volume down button in your galaxy S9. Continue holding the volume down button until restarting your device.

Step 3: You can see safe mode icon in the bottom left side

After enabled safe mode in your galaxy S9 & S9 plus, hide all third party downloaded apps in your devices. Now make a phone call and check your galaxy S9 no sound issue solved or not. If not found any problem, it means any third party app causing this problem. Now exit safe mode and remove one by one downloaded third party apps and check fix issue or not.

Read Also: How to turn on safe mode on Galaxy Note 8

Factory Reset Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 plus

It will remove your entire phone’s internal storage data such as Google account, Samsung account, System & app data, downloaded apps, music, photos and more. So Backup and restore important data in your device before factory reset galaxy S9 & galaxy S9 plus.

Step 1: Go to Settings in your galaxy S9 & S9 plus.

Step 2: Tap on Backup & reset.

Step 3: Tap on Factory data reset.

Step 4: Tap on Reset Phone.

Step 5: Tap on Erase everything.

Now restart your galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 plus devices and check to fix galaxy S9 speaker not working or no sound issue.

Do you know some other effective methods to fix sound not working on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 plus? Share with us in below comment box. We are waiting for your feedback on this problem.

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  1. Make sure that the “Mute All Sounds” is not turned on. Find it under Accessibility NOT under Sounds and Volume.

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