Recently some of the Galaxy Note 10 owners have reported the low call volume on Note 10 issues. It’s difficult to hear voice during calls when Samsung phones face low call volume problems. Low speaker volume on Samsung Note 10 could occur when there is hardware damage in the speakers or any software glitch is there.
Without wasting time, let’s begin to troubleshoot the call volume too low issue on Samsung Galaxy Note 10. Follow the tricks until the call volume gets normal on your device.
Fix Low Call Volume on Samsung Galaxy Note 10
Trick 1: Check the Screen Protector
If you are using a screen protector on Samsung Galaxy Note 10, then make sure that it is approved by Samsung. Other local screen guards could cover the earpiece which results in low call volume on Samsung Galaxy Note 10. The unapproved screen guards or any accessories disturbs the real functions of the device and cause multiple hardware issues.
Trick 2: Make Sure Call Volume is High
Have you verified the call volume on Note 10? If not, then the first thing you should do is, increase the call volume on the phone. Many times the call volume decreases on Samsung Galaxy Note 10 falsely during calls. Thus, verify the call volume on your device. The question is how do you increase call volume in Galaxy Note 10? Simply make call to your friend or anyone, and then press the Volume High key to increase the call volume.
On the call screen, you can touch Extra Volume to boost up the call volume and still if you are not satisfied with the call volume, then tap Noise Reduction to disable it.
Moreover, Samsung allows you to Personalise Call Sound. Here’s how it can be done on Samsung Galaxy Note 10.
- Tap Phone app > Menu > Call settings > Personalise call sound.
- Select from Adapt Sound, Soft Sound and Clear sound or OFF.
Depending upon the option selected, follow the on-screen instructions and personalize call sound.
Trick 3: Clean the Earpiece
Another thing to be considered when the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 call volume is too low is to clean the earpiece. Samsung phones come with a grill on the earpiece, but if you are having a bad day, then dirt could prevent call volume of the phone.
Trick 4: Make Sure Signal is Good
Does Samsung Galaxy Note 10 give distorted sound on calls or crackling effects? Then it must be because of a weak signal, check the network signal status on the top of the screen. If possible, move yourself to another location and then check the signal strength. If the signal is good, then move on to the next trick.
Trick 5: Restart the Phone
Still, Call volume is too low on Galaxy Note 10? That’s not a good signal, it looks like your phone is dealing with hardware or software fault. To determine whether it is a hardware fault or software glitch, restart the device.
- Press and hold the Power key and Volume down key and select Restart.
Trick 6: Use the phone in Safe Mode
The safe mode in Samsung phone disables all the third-party applications and only allows you to use default applications. So this might help us to differentiate the culprit between default applications and third-party apps. If the call volume is normal after enabling the safe mode, then you need to delete the third party application. How do you know which application is causing low call volume on Note 10? There is no way to identify the real application, so start deleting the recently installed apps.
- Shut down the device.
- Turn on the phone by pressing the Power key.
- Release the Power key immediately and hold Volume down key when Samsung displays on the screen.
- Don’t release the Volume down key, until the phone completely turns on.
Trick 7: Reset Network Settings
Why reset network settings when call volume is too low on Samsung Note 10? Basically, reset network settings is always used when the phone is having network-related errors.
- Settings > General Management > Reset > Reset network settings.
- Hit RESET Settings. Enter pin and once again tap on RESET SETTINGS.
Trick 8: Factory Data Reset
Last but not least, by performing a factory data reset, the call volume might be fixed. Many users did fix their problem before factory resetting their device. Rarely people have to go through this tough solution. Let’s do this, but don’t forget to take a backup of your device, because this process is irreversible.
- Settings > General Management > Reset > Factory data reset.
- Tap Reset > DELETE ALL. Enter pin and confirm the Factory data reset.