We are all aware of the call volume issues on Samsung Galaxy S20 and S20+ Plus. Sometimes, you may raise your voice when conversing with someone on the phone, thinking that the problem is from other ends, whereas it is your phone that has an audio problem.
A lot of things can lead to this issue. Some say it is their microphone that is faulty. Others report that their speaker has spoilt or that both the microphone and speaker have developed issues. A temporary fix to this audio issue is to switch on your speaker and see if that solves the problem. Note that this is not a long-term solution to the problem.
How To Fix Galaxy S20 And Galaxy S20+ Plus Call Volume Too Low
Other methods to fix Call volume too low on Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus:
- Check whether there’s debris that is making your speaker or microphone work abnormally.
- Use a brush to clean both the speaker and microphone
- Check the Volume button on the phone and raise it to the highest level if it’s low.
- If you realize that the volume keeps going do when on a call, search for a small phone icon and use the Extra Volume feature and see if that solves the problem.
If you are still facing the call volume too low issue on Samsung Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus after trying all the options above, try to use a Bluetooth headset. When you do, you will be able to know whether the problem has to do with the Volume or hardware. Using a Bluetooth headset won’t solve volume-related issues, but it will fix the problem if it’s hardware related.
You can visit a service center to have your hardware fixed or check if the best option is to use a Bluetooth headset. We suggest you solve your volume issues on Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus once and for all by consulting a trained technician.