Fix: Volume Suddenly Goes Up In Samsung Galaxy S10

Posted: Aug 27 2019, 6:41pm CDT | by , in How To

 

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Fix: Volume Suddenly Goes Up in Samsung Galaxy S10

Users say that when they switch to specific apps, volume on their Samsung Galaxy S10 devices starts rising.

A lot of Samsung Galaxy S10 users report that whenever they open a game in their phone, the volume of their device goes up significantly. This problem is occurring for thousands of users, and given most of the users use headphones, a sudden rise in the device volume is a serious problem. Samsung Galaxy S10 volume goes when you switch from an app to a game.

But the volume problem in Samsung Galaxy S10 isn’t just limited to game apps. Several users say that when they are listening to music or using any other app, and they receive a call during the process, the device volume shoots up drastically. The volume then lowers to the below-normal levels after the call.

This isn’t how a normal Galaxy S10 device should work. We think that Samsung would be able to fix the problem in future updates. But for now there is a solution that solves the problem.

Dolby Atmos

Here is the best solution to fix volume suddenly goes up in Samsung Galaxy S10.

Launch Settings in Samsung Galaxy S10.

Head over to Sounds and Vibration.

Go to Advanced Sound Settings.

Open Sound Quality and Effects.

Now disable DOLBY ATMOS for Gaming.

This will fix the problem.

Apps

There are several apps which automatically change your phone’s settings based on some triggers. For example, a lot of users were able to fix the Galaxy S10 volume problem by removing an app called “Poweramp” from their phones. Similarly, you can go and check the Smooth Equalizer/Tone Gains sections of your phone and make sure that settings don’t allow the phone volume controller to make changes automatically.

If you are still unable to fix volume suddenly rising in Samsung Galaxy S10 problem, let us know in the comments and we will get back to you with another solution.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/26" rel="author">Fahad Saleem</a>
Fahad Saleem is an experienced technology writer with special interest in Apple.

 

 

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