Smartphones are one of those devices where we can watch our most-loved shows anytime, anywhere. Not just that, smartphones are also one of the most convenient ways to communicate with our long-distance loved ones. But what if your Galaxy S22 smartphone has started keeps turning down the Volume?
Chances are, if you are one of those people who use Samsung Galaxy S22, you have also experienced the volume keeps going down issue on your device.
But don’t worry! this guide will save your pocket from possible spending on repair shops and will put your mind at ease. Read on. This article will give you the solution!
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Why Does My S22 Volume Keeps Going Down?
Before going to the fixes listed below this article to solve your device’s volume issue, I think it would be useful to talk about the possible causes why your Samsung Galaxy S22 keeps lowering the volume, in that way, you will be able to prevent this problem from occurring in the future.
These are the possible reasons why your Samsung Galaxy S22 volume keeps going down according to the reports of other S22 users.
- The volume button of your Galaxy S22 is jammed or malfunctioning.
- Another third-party app is controlling the volume and keeps lowering it.
- Temporary android system malfunction.
- Misconfigured system settings.
- If the volume issue is happening when you use a headphone, then the headphone is problematic.
- Android system bug.
And the list goes on. But I included the most possible scenarios. Now, let’s see how you can fix these issues one by one. Keep reading!
How to Fix S22 Keeps Turning Down the Volume
Before going further, I would like to recommend that you try these fixes one by one from first to last. In that way, at the end of this guide, you will be able to successfully fix your S22 smartphone’s volume problem.
Fix 01 – Restart Your Device
Trust me, a lot of problems that occur when using android devices can be easily fixed just by restarting the device. The same goes for your S22 smartphone.
Other Galaxy S22 users already posted/commented in forums that restarting their device fixed the issue and now the volume doesn’t go down on itself as it was before.
What are you waiting for? Try to give your device a restart and see if the problem can be fixed. But if your S22 keeps lowering the volume on itself still after a restart, then you can follow the below fixes.
Fix 02 – Remove the Back Cover and Check the Volume Button
It is no surprise that if the volume button is jammed or stuck, no matter what you do, your smartphone will still keep lowering its volume. So if this happens when you press the volume up button or near the area of the volume button, the chances are high that the issue is the volume button itself.
- Remove if you are using a back cover/pouch for your Galaxy S22 device.
- Check the volume button and look closely whether it got stuck inside or jammed.
- If you see anything suspicious, take your phone to the nearest service center.
They will fix the jammed volume button or replace it with a new one.
Fix 03 – Turn Off “Media Volume Limit” in Your Galaxy S22
In case you are not aware of it, “media volume limit” is a feature that comes with your Samsung Galaxy S22 to protect your hearing from high volume levels especially when you are listening to music or watching a movie using headphones/earphones.
But if you are using a headphone that does not provide enough volume even if you try to increase the volume, this feature will lower the volume automatically. If this is the case, you can turn off this feature and see if the problem is solved. Let’s see how you can do that.
- Go to Settings, then Sound & Vibration.
- Tap on Volume.
- Tap on the three dots on the top right corner, then tap on Media volume limit.
- Turn it off.
Fix 04 – Check for System Updates
System glitches are not new on android devices. Even though you are using one of the best smartphones in the world right now, there is no exception.
But, don’t worry because Samsung has already released a few system updates/upgrades to your S22 device to fix such issues. Maybe you just haven’t installed them yet.
Tip: See our Samsung Galaxy S22 software update tracker
Now is the best time to update your Galaxy S22’s system software and here is how you can do that:
Note: Before updating your S22, make sure it has at least 70% battery life remaining.
- Go to Settings.
- Tap on Software update.
- Then tap on check for updates.
- If there are any, download and install them.
Fix 05 – Remove Any Third Party Apps That Turn Down the Volume
When we install a third-party app from the play store such as a music app or any sound measuring app, we usually give all the permission it asks especially the volume controlling one.
If there is a bug in the app, with that volume controlling privilege, the app will keep lowering the volume on your Galaxy S22 when the app is active so the best thing to do is to search for such an app and remove it from your device.
I will tell you how you can find that app on your device for you to be able to remove it.
- Scroll down the notification panel.
- Tap on the Power icon.
- From the power options, tap and hold the power off button.
- Now, the Safe mode button will appear, tap on it.
Now, your device will boot in safe mode. Any third-party app won’t run while in this mode so you can check whether the volume is still acting weird like before, if it does not, then the problem is caused by an app/s.
This time, you can go to Apps and then remove all apps that you have a suspicion of. It will be most probably a music app or sound measure app like what J mentioned earlier.
After uninstalling the apps, restart your device.
Fix 06 – Factory Reset Your Galaxy S22
The last thing you are left with is to factory reset your S22 device this is because some system changes that happened during the usage of your phone might have changed the system settings/files or have glitched it.
To recover from that, you have to perform a factory reset. It will remove all personal data, erase all system changes, and probably fix the volume lowering issue.
Note: Make sure to back up your data before performing a factory reset.
- Go to Settings
- Tap on General management
- Tap on Reset
- Under reset options, tap on Factory data reset
- Enter the lock screen password, or pattern if you have set up one before
I found this problem in Samsung Community and then decided to write a dedicated guide to give a solution for you. If you have fixed the volume problem, don’t forget to leave a like or comment below. Nothing makes me more motivated than that.
If you have any questions regarding this article, feel free to notify me by leaving a comment below. I will be there to help and guide you.
There are some other articles that I have written for your Galaxy S22 device. You may also want to check them out. Have a great day!
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