I have a galaxy s21. I just got a warranty exchange and I noticed my Bluetooth volume on my car stereo is not at loud as my old phone. I have both phones in my possession and played the same song individually on each device and I noticed that the new phone's volume is lower than my old one. All the settings are the same on both phones. Any clue what's going on? Thanks!
I had the same issue and I keep the volume where it is on low until my music comes on and then turn it up. Could help..... if not hopefully they'll figure it out bc I like my music loud too! Lol
There is a "disable absolute volume" setting in developer option mode, but I use those as a last resort. Have you tried a hard reboot or run a diagnostic test Samsung offers?
I have tried to disable absolute volume. I would want to turn the toggle switch off correct? Will a hard reboot lose everything on my phone? Also how would run a diagnosis test with Samsung? Thanks 💪
There is also a "media volume limit" setting. Make sure it's turned all the way up. Press your volume up side key button, then click on the 3 dots atop the icon, click on the setting icon(top right of volume settings menu), click again on the 3 dots, you should see this screen.....
Yeah thats what I was talking about lol... with mine I hit volume and it will turn up and down when bluetooth on automatically.... but some devices u can wait and turn it up after you're connected and helps sound.