Want to use separate app sound on Samsung galaxy S10 One UI? Here’s how to turn on separate app sound on Galaxy S10 plus, S10 and S10e One UI 1.1. When enable separate app sound on S10 plus, it will play media sound from one app on a different audio device. Make sure you choose an audio device that’s different from your main audio output device.
By default disabled galaxy S10 separate app sound. Using this Samsung galaxy S10 plus separate app sound feature, you can play audio from two separate apps at same time in your device. Several Samsung galaxy users facing separate app sound missing problem on T-mobile, AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and other carriers also. Follow below given step by step complete process to find and turn on separate app sound on Galaxy S10 Pie 9.0.
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How to turn on separate app sound on Galaxy S10 plus, S10e and S10 One UI
To play media sound on different audio device using same apps, enable separate app sound on galaxy S10 plus using below given sounds and vibration settings.
Step 1: Swipe down notification panel from top of the screen and tap Settings gear icon
Step 2: Tap Sounds and vibration
Here you can see sound, volume, vibration pattern, ringtone, notification sounds, vibration intensity, use volume keys for media, advanced sound setting and more.
Step 3: Scroll down up to end of the page and tap Advanced sound settings
Step 4: Tap Separate app sound
Step 5: Turn on toggle to use separate app sound on galaxy S10 plus
You can see below given two options for S10 separate app sound settings.
It will useful to play its sound on a different device. Select multimedia apps from list such as Chrome / Google play music / YouTube / Samsung internet and more. Also add apps to change separate app sound audio on galaxy S10 plus.
Select the audio device you want to use for this app. Bluetooth devices will only be shown while they’re connected. Choose S10 audio device from phone / Bluetooth device.
Change notification sounds on Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 plus and S10e One UI
You can change default notification sounds on galaxy S10 for SIM 1 / SIM 2 on your device using sound and vibration settings.
Settings > Sounds and vibration > Notification sounds > SIM 1 / SIM 2 > Choose notification sound from list you want to set
Also change system sounds and vibration on galaxy S10 plus devices using this setting. And control the media volume by default when you press the volume up or down key in your Samsung S10.
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