Jack Tucker
by on April 22, 2020
The Samsung Galaxy Note-10 is among the most preferred smartphone gadgets ever with its sleek design, brilliant picture quality and a classic look. It packs one of the top-quality sound systems in the world of electronic devices.
Besides all these top-class features, users claim that they are experiencing sound issues. Some say that their volume is too slow, where some argue that the device sometime produces no sound.
We are providing various methods to troubleshoot your issue like cache data wiping, notifications adjustment settings, Volume settings, Deleting unnecessary apps, Network reset, Rebooting to safe mode, and so on.
Follow these offered steps to fix the issue of sound in Galaxy Note 10:
Checking Notification and Volume Settings
1. First of all, launch the “Settings” application on your Samsung device.
2. Then, select the option “Sounds and Vibration” from the available choices through the provided list.
3. After that, tap on “Sound Mode.”
4. Then hit the “Sound” option there.
5. Now, set the volume to the maximum level and as per your desire through the slider.
6. After that, go to the earlier menu.
7. After that, hit the “Volume” tab and then repeat the above process to adjust the volume as you wish.
8. If you want to set your volume of all the functions to the maximum level, then tap the option indicating set all items.
9. After that, you have to check your device’s volume, whether it is properly working or not. In case it not under the working condition, then follow the next method.
Removing Issue Creating Apps
In case you are facing sound issues in a particular app, then it means that your app is affected by bugs or malware. If you wish to fix the issue, then it is advised to remove the app that contains bugs from your device. You may remove one or more applications, hindering the sound effects of your device.
Removing Cache Files and Data
Now, if you wish to remove the cache data, then follow the offered instructions:
1. First of all, switch on your smartphone.
2. Now, tap and hold the Volume Up button and power key together.
3. Next, release both the keys when the Android symbol displays on your device’s screen while the device is getting On.
4. After that, you will be directed to the Recovery mode automatically. Tap the volume down button to go to the “Wipe cache partition” option.
5. Now, tap the Power key to choose the particular option and tap the “Yes” button.
6. Then, verify your desired choice.
7. Now, your device will start removing all the cache data.
8. When you finish these processes, reboot your smartphone and check the volume of your Samsung smartphone.
Force Rebooting
The reboot method is also an effective way to fix various issues. If you have a problem with your smartphone, then try to force reboot your device in the following ways:
First of all, tap and hold Power and Volume Down buttons simultaneously.
After that, hold these keys for nearly ten seconds.
Then, volume effects on your device after these steps.
Resetting Device Network Settings
Follow these indicated steps to fix the issue of sound effects on your smartphone:
1. Firstly, tap the “Settings” application to launch.
2. Then, go to the option “General management.”
3. After that, hit the “Reset” tab there.
4. Next, tap on the “Reset network settings” option.
5. At last, hit the “Reset Settings” option to verify your selection.
Booting the Device Under Safe Mode
Booting your smartphone under safe mode will also notify you about harmful bugs and viruses. It will help you to remove various bugs arising in numerous applications.
Follow these steps if you like to run your device under safe mode:
1. First of all, switch your device off.
2. Then, tap and hold the power key until you see a prompt option for enabling safe mode on your device’s screen.
3. Then, hit the “Safe Mode” option in case you wish to restart your device under a safe state.
4. Now, after booting the device, you will encounter a “safe mode” option over the screen.
5. Make sure that your sound effect is working.
If the issue still exists, then it means that any of your apps have bugs or virus which causes issues. In this case, it is recommended to delete such apps one by one until you reach the issue causing apps.
To delete the apps, follow these steps:
Firstly, you should boot your device under safe mode.
Then, start uninstalling applications one after another.
Be sure to begin removing from the recent one and use the rebooting procedure after uninstalling every application.
Keep uninstalling applications until you reached the issue causing application.
Finally, reboot your device and check for the issue once more.
Checking Hardware
If the above methods didn’t work, then you should have to take your device to your nearest service or support center supported by Samsung. The appointed Samsung technician will check and detect the problem inside your phone.
John Smith is an avid technical blogger, a magazine contributor, a publisher of guides at, and a professional cyber security analyst. Through her writing, she aims to educate people about the dangers and threats lurking in the digital world.
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