Bluetooth Volume

The people who use smartphones can be divided into two categories. There are two types of people: those who are unhappy about the loss of the 3.5mm headphone jack and others who are absolutely OK with or even prefer utilizing Bluetooth headphones.

Inevitably, wired headphones will always have an advantage over Bluetooth headsets when it comes to sound quality. Especially in cases when the volume on Bluetooth headphones is set too low and the user is unable to boost it beyond a certain point.

There seems to be a solution for this, and several different sources have published guides on how to fix the volume of Bluetooth on Android devices. So, let’s have a look at what causes low Bluetooth volume and how to fix it.

What Causes Low Bluetooth Volume on Your Android?

For the sake of user safety, Android sets a relatively modest maximum volume for wireless Bluetooth devices. Furthermore, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) may set their own standards for Bluetooth loudness, and devices from the same manufacturer don’t have to have identical volume levels.

Before Android 7 Nougat, users could adjust the volume independently for each of their connected devices, such as Bluetooth speakers or earbuds, allowing them to crank it up to an audible decibel level. With the release of Android 7, this feature was removed. Obviously, this wasn’t a big deal back when wired headphones were the norm. However, the 3.5mm headphone port is becoming rarer on newer devices as wireless headphones gain popularity.

How to Fix Low Bluetooth Volume Issue?

If you’re having trouble hearing Bluetooth audio on your Android device, you can easily increase the volume by going into the Developer Options menu. As soon as you get there, turn off the “Absolute Volume” button.

After that, the volume controls on your smartphone and your Bluetooth speaker will be completely independent of one another. When you remove the restrictions that the Android system places on your Bluetooth headphones or headphones, you may turn up the volume to its maximum level and enjoy it to the fullest extent possible.

Other Ways to Fix Low Bluetooth Volume Issue

Restart Your Bluetooth Device and Phone

The first thing to do while troubleshooting is to turn off both devices and then turn them back on again. When you restart either device, the sound problem is resolved. You might try restarting both your phone and the Bluetooth device. Then connect it to your phone and make sure it works. If the volume remains extremely low, follow the next solution.

Check Bluetooth Device with another Phone

Can you connect the Bluetooth device to another phone and verify that it works? If you haven’t already, now is the time. Problems with the hardware, such as broken speakers, are a typical occurrence with Bluetooth audio devices. The easiest method to check is to pair the device with another phone or computer. If the volume is higher than when using your own phone, you are in the right place to continue with the solution.

A hardware problem may exist in the Bluetooth device if the volume remains low even after pairing it with another phone or computer. The device must be returned to the seller for servicing or repair.

Reset Wireless Settings

Some Android phones with low Bluetooth volume may be fixed by resetting the wireless connection. If the problem with the phone’s volume remains, resetting the wireless settings may help.

  • Go to Settings Menu on Your Phone
  • Select “System” and Tap on “Advanced” Option
  • Now, Choose “Reset” Option and Tap on “Reset Wi-Fi, Mobile and Bluetooth”
  • Now Restart Your Phone and Connect with Bluetooth Device Again

Disconnect Phone Calls for Bluetooth Devices

It is possible that turning off incoming calls on all connected devices would resolve the volume problem while using a Bluetooth headset or speaker system. Below are the steps to disable “Phone Calls” on all Bluetooth devices.

  • Go to Settings
  • Choose “Connected Devices”
  • Now, Select Previously Connected Devices
  • Tap on a Gear Icon (Right Next to the Connected Device Name)
  • Turn Off “Phone Calls” Option
  • Repeat this Process for all Other Connected Devices

What’s more?

Boosting the volume a little bit using an equaliser, either built into the operating system or a third-party programme, is another option. You may boost the Bluetooth volume a little bit by using an equaliser in an app like Spotify. Most Bluetooth headphone pairing apps also include an equaliser for customising your listening experience. Additionally, the Sound Settings menu may provide a few additional customisation options. In the case of Samsung Galaxy smartphones, the “Advanced” option includes features like “Adapt Sound,” which automatically adjusts the volume depending on your age.

The Last Word

That’s all folks! This is how to fix a problem with low volume while using Bluetooth headphones or speakers with an Android phone. What did you find to be the right solution? Use the comment section below to share your thoughts with us. Please feel free to post any inquiries you may have, and we will do our best to respond.

By Jim O Brien/CEO

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