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How to Fix Call Volume too Low on Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

Last Updated on March 7, 2021 by Bestusefultips

Want to fix low call volume during phone calls on Samsung Galaxy S10 plus One UI? Here’s how to fix low call volume issues on Samsung Galaxy S10+ after the updated device. You can face different types of sound issues like media volume low, call volume too low, low speaker volume, Sound is low during calls and more.

A poor network connection is one of the most common reasons for this low call volume issue on Samsung S10 plus and other devices. Because of poor network signal, sometimes people can’t and hear a voice on calls or call dropping issue on galaxy S10 plus and S10 One device. Check out below given possible solutions to fix Galaxy S10 plus low call volume issues.

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How to fix Galaxy S10 plus low call volume issues

You can use Bluetooth headphones or microphone while facing poor sound call quality on Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus and other devices. Apply a list of below methods to fix phone call volume is low on Samsung S10 plus One UI 1.1 device.

Turn off Media Volume Sync on Galaxy S10

Settings > Bluetooth > > Three vertical dots (More) at upper right corner > Advanced > Turn Media volume sync on or off

Increase the volume on Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus if low

Make sure your Samsung S10 plus volume is full such as media volume, increase call volume and ring volume.

Settings > Sounds and vibration > Sound mode

You can enable use volume keys for media on galaxy S10 Plus using below-given settings. After enabling it, control the media volume by default when you press the volume keys.

Settings > Sounds and vibration > Use volume keys for media

Clear Phone app cache

Settings > Apps > More > System Apps > Find phone app and open it > Storage > Clear cache

Now reboot your device and check to fix the issue. If you still facing a low audio call issue, clear phone app data from your phone. This will remove all data from this app.

Force Stop Phone app

Settings > Apps > Three vertical dot icon (More) at top right corner > System apps > Phone app > Force stop

Turn off Bluetooth volume limiter

You can find this setting under developer mode on your galaxy S10 and S10 plus. Click here to enable developer mode on Samsung S10 and S10+.

Settings > Developer options >Bluetooth volume limiter

Poor network signal

Because of poor network signal on galaxy S10+, you can’t hear a voice on a phone call in your device. First of all turn on flight mode and after 10 seconds turns off it and check network available.

Swipe down notification panel > Tap flight mode in quick settings tiles

If you can’t see network point, find nearby places that good network signal and trying to fix call volume low issue on galaxy S10 Plus.

Check Microphone issue to fix Galaxy S10 plus low call volume

If you are using a headphone or microphone while making phone calls on Galaxy S10 plus, make sure a microphone is not damaged or faulted and nothing is in front of a microphone.

Factory reset Galaxy S10 Plus

Before perform factor reset S10+, backup important data safely using Samsung cloud or Samsung smart switch on galaxy S10 Plus and S10 One UI 2.0.

Step 1: Tap Settings apps in S10 plus app drawer

Step 2: Tap General management

Step 3: Tap Reset

Step 4: Tap Factory data reset

Step 5: Tap Reset phone

Step 6: Tap Delete all

Now restart your device and try to make phone calls and check to fix galaxy S10 plus volume issues. If none of the methods worked for you, you need to contact your network operator.

If you know any other ways to fix Galaxy S10 plus low call volume issues, let me know in the comment section. I’ll add it to the list. Stay and connect with us for the latest Samsung Galaxy S10 plus tips and tricks.

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One comment

  1. Nazar Luqman Bilgrami

    Thanks for sharing the information.
    I am surprised that prior to the recent update there was no volume issue. Does it mean that it has to do with the update and Samsung should do something about it.
    Do you have any suggestions in this context.

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