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We are starting this post with a real practical example that is posted by a user on Samsung Community.
Here it is –
This is my 3rd time posting this – please don’t delete, this issue is not resolved by turning on ‘Disable absolute volume, under developer options.
My issue is that my s22 ultra’s sounds for system, media, notifications and interactions cut in and out. An example would be typing keys on the keyboard makes a sound, the behavior on my
phone would be 1 out of 5 or 10 keys typed would make a sound. So far I haven’t noticed
this during calls. Another
behavior is the volume levels will jump up and down on their own. By opening the volume levels
and adjusting one of the levels they all will start adjusting randomly on their own.
I have tried clearing the cache partition, rebooting, enabling ‘disable absolute volume’ under developer options and everything else I could find through searching the web.
This behavior started right after the last Android update 13.
Anyone having a similar experience?
Post Taken From – Samsung Community
Now try these fixes to solve the issues.
Solutions To Fix Sound Cuts In and Out On Samsung Phone
There are few solutions to solve this problem. However, here is the effective ones.
But before you follow the below-mentioned solutions, make sure to check volume buttons if they got stuck, or phone cover/case keep pressing it.
Fix #1: Turn On Prevent USB Audio Routing
For this you have to first enable the Developer options on your device and then you can enable the prevent USB audio routing.
So, here how to do it.
- On your device, go to Settings> About phone.
- Now, look for Build Number and tap on it 7 times continuously.
- You will then see the pop-up message, saying that developer options have been enabled.
- Now, go back and tap on Developer options.
- Scroll down and look for Prevent USB Audio Routing and toggle the button to the ON position next to it.
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Fix #2: Turn Off Easy Mute
If that doesn’t fix your issue, then the next thing you must follow is to disable Easy Mute, but do not turn off prevent USB audio routing.
So, here how to turn off easy mute.
- On your phone, go to Settings> Advanced Features.
- Scroll and look for Easy mute and tap on it.
- Now, if it is enabled, then simply toggle the button to the Off position next to it.
That’s All! I hope after that your sounds cuts in and out on Samsung phone would be solved.
Solutions To Fix Volume Gets Up and Down By Itself On Samsung Phone
Fix #1: Uninstall All Updates For Samsung USB-C Headset
This fix is for those who are using their USB-C headset with their phone.
This is one of the effective and working fixes. You just need to uninstall all updates for your USB-C headset.
This will set your headset back to its factory settings. You may need to pair or connect it to your device. Once done, you will no longer see sudden drops or spikes in volume.
Fix #2: Disable Media Volume Limit
This is another workaround. Here is how to do it:
- On your phone go to Settings> Sound and vibration> volume.
- Now, at the top right corner of the screen tap on 3 dots and then tap on Media volume limit.
- Here, if it is turned ON, then you have set the media volume limit to the OFF position.
Fix #3: Maybe It’s Time To Purchase A New And Expensive Headphone
This is the last option you must opt for.
Sometimes, the issue is with headphone and not the phone. It could be possible that your headset is not able to communicate properly with your device.
So, for some users it is unlucky, the only solution they are left with is to use purchase an expensive set of earbuds or wireless headphones.
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Additional Solutions To Fix Both Sound Cuts In and Out/Adjust The Volume By Its Own On Samsung Phone
Fix #1: Enter Phone In Safe Mode To Solve The Problem
If any third-party app is causing the issue, then you must enter your phone into safe mode and see if the issue still exists or not.
If the issue does not exist in safe mode, then it is confirmed that third-party app is creating the issue.
Here what you have to do is to uninstall the apps that are causing the issue.
Fix #2: Restart Your Phone/Headset
If you are noticing that the issue of sound cut out and in or volume jumps up and down all of a sudden on its own, then it could be due to some temporary bugs or glitches.
No matter whatever may be the reasons, you can always restart your phone or headset to see if it solves the problem. It is because most of the time restarting things has solved many problems whether it is small or big ones.
Fix #3: Update Your Phone
If updates for your phone are available, then you must update it as soon as possible. It is because, the current OS on which your device is running might have bugs and possess many problems, including volume increase or decrease by its own or sound getting cut in and out.
Hence, updating your phone to the latest OS can help you in fixing the problem.
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Fix #4: Perform Wipe Cache Partition
Let me first tell you that this workaround only deletes the temporary cache data from your device that might help you to troubleshoot and solve the issue of volume keeps going up and down and also audio cuts in and out.
However, to perform wipe cache partition you need to first boot your device into recovery mode.
Once your device is in recovery mode, you have to select “wipe cache partition” and perform the process.
Now, reboot your device as normal and see if this fixes the problem.
Fix #5: Perform Factory Reset
If that also does not solve your issue, then perform factory reset and see if this fixes or not.
Here follow to factory reset Samsung phone.
- Go to Settings> General Management> Factory Data Reset.
- Tap Reset> Erase All/Delete All.
Fix #6: Contact Samsung Support and Report Error
If nothing works, then at last you should contact customer support and report about this error. They will understand your problem and will be able to help you in the right direction.
You can Samsung Support – HERE.
Alternatively, download Samsung Members app from Galaxy Store and report the error.
In order to report error.
- Open Members app> Get Help.
- Scroll down to the bottom and tap Error reports and select either Always or Just this time.
- Tap sounds/vibrations and fill in the information about your issue. You can also attach a video using the paper clip option and send the report with paper plane logo.
When sounds cuts in and out and the volume adjust on its own going down and up all of sudden on your Samsung phone, then it is obvious you will get frustrated.
But, by following the above-mentioned solution, you never know you can fix the issue by yourself.
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