07-02-2018 12:41 PM
It blocks any information, even if critical.
More importantly, what if one is not listening to anything?
A warning with no condition to correct nor any way to correct it nor an explanation amounts to a defect.
I completely agree. It's being presented as though this is a "safety feature" yet by design it breaks functionality under normal, predictable operational situations. This is equivalent to owning a car that, if you reach 55mph, it drops your speed to 40 and chastises you for being a dangerous driver. If our cars did this every time we pulled on the freeway we'd immediately rip out the speed governors. So I'm open to any suggestions on disabling this design flaw on my phone.
Also, passing the buck to Android is disingenuous; the OS is designed to be tailored by hardware manufacturers to work on their devices. It might sound believable to anyone who's never worked in software, but to the rest of us it sounds ridiculous.
Dear Samsung: here's a use case for how this warning message could work (if customer safety and satisfaction are your priorities). Display that warning message the first time I raise my volume to where I can hear it. After that, never display it again. That way you get to deliver your legal department's condescending pearl-clutching warning about what my poor delicate ears can handle, and the rest of us can roll our eyes and get on with our lives. I guarantee this would result in less hateful rants about Samsung.
10-06-2018 11:19 AM - edited 10-06-2018 11:21 AM
While there is no "switch" to disable it, you can go to "media volume limiter" and slide it all the way up. Now the "limit" is at max so essentially, you'd have to go past max volume to get the warning. You're welcome
10-10-2018 12:56 PM - last edited on 10-10-2018 01:24 PM by SamsungCole
Sadly, the "media volume limiter" setting does not stop the unwanted notices from popping up and dropping my volume back down to Samsung's nanny volume. So I'm back to investigating hacking the thing...
11-05-2018 04:24 AM - edited 11-05-2018 04:27 AM
Yeah i also faced lot of issue with the limit of sound in the mobile phones. I have called my boost mobile live chat agent and cleared the issue.
He just suggested some settings to do and i did it.. That's it.
It is so easy. May be very company have such features. Just chat with the respective company live chat agents and solve your issue.