@userhRHPMHmdji I'd like to look further into this for you. Just to clarify, when you're trying to play audio through either the car or headphones, does it still play through the phone speakers, or does it not play at all? Also, could you provide the model number, baseband version, and carrier?
The audio does still play on the phone's speakers, the headphone jack is clear of debris and I've tried 2 sets of headphones (including the ones that came with the phone)
The bluetooth seems to function like normal as well (minus not actually playing on my car's speakers)
Thank you for your swift response!
So the headphone output is working now (no changes made by me)
The Dolby atmos option also originally boosted sound quality/volume, but now the option is only selectable when playing off headphones or bluetooth (working as intended I think?)
I was able to get sound from a phone call onto my gear s3, but not media audio (spotify, YouTube, etc.) on the watch, car or home speakers.
Edit: the adapt sound option is on default
Edit2: the volume control seems to only affect phone call volume, while the option to control media volume is selected on and not during phone calls.
I've restarted my phone and it worked! but I've had to do it 3 different times now! is anyone else having the same issue with their audio port. I'd hate to have to do it every single time I want to play music.
I seem to have the same or similar issue. When I plug in headphones, it does not disable audio output by the phone. In the past, phones would detect a set of headphones being connected and switch to the headphones for output. That doesn't appear to happen on my Note 9.