Here’s the triggered behind No volume or Low call volume on iPhone 7 or 7 Plus, either on Speaker or Headphone. For a specific reason, I have found an appropriate solution for each case in this tutorial. That’s very easy to check and fix yourself. And now Apple Airpods making more confusing to see where the actual problem is? Don’t be panic or hesitate
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Fixed: Low call volume on iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus
Solution 1. Check the incoming call volume level
During Incoming call time check level by press physical iPhone volume up button (Available on side edge).
Also check your iPhone is not in Mute or Silent mode. The physical side button just above the volume up button. (You are looking for incoming call ring) you found an orange mark on button slot, change button position to fix it.
Quick Fixes for Low Call Volume
- Update iOS to Latest Version:- New Settings are available on new iOS Update, Please check that and fix the issues, Settings > General > Software Update.
- Increase call volume during call time:- Use volume up button, on-call time to increase the volume level.
- Turn off Bluetooth:- Call is different from bluetooth device if it’s nearby. Settings > General > Bluetooth [Turn off]
- Enable Phone noise cancellation:- Improve call quality on an iOS device by turning on the Phone noise cancellation setting.
- Hearing Aid mode:- Call quality in Hearing Aid accessories for iPhone and iPad improve in this way, Settings > Accessibility > Hearing Devices > Enable Hearing Aid Compatibility.
- Change with side button:- Change or adjust the volume using the side button for ringtone, Settings > Sound & Haptics > Enable Toggle Change with Buttons and that’s it.
- Call Audio Routing:- No Call sound for the incoming call, Becuase Audio routing set to speaker or Headset. So change it to automatic, Go to the Settings > Accessibility > Touch > Call Audio Routing > set to Automatic
- Blow inside speaker:- Clean up Speaker grill that packed with small debris inside the speaker slot. some moisture comes up with the speaker.
Random test:- Test sound quality with another caller, test sound quality with your friends or family mobile.
- Reset all settings:- Change all iPhone settings to the default value, This way doesn’t delete user data. Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings [Enter passcode].
- are looking for your iPhone Music Volume low: Settings > Music > EQ > Late Night
- Apple Support: Get free support from apple. Share your problem with the apple support team. They have multiple solutions to your problem. Get free replacement under warranty device and Terms 7 Conditions by apple.
Solution 12. No incoming call volume without headphone or airpods
You can’t hear voice means entirely off, then
- Restart (Press & hold Sleep/ Wake button until you show the slide to turn off) or Force restart iPhone (Press & Hold Volume down and home button).
- Check iOS update. (Settings > General > Software Update)
- Next, Go to the Settings > Accessibility > Touch > Call Audio Routing > Set to Automatic
Test again for an incoming call.
New features for experience clear sound quality, Filter all ambient noise on phone calls. Sensor auto-detects and removes all interrupting sound when you place the iPhone on the ear.
in iOS 13 & later iPhone 7& 7 plus Users: Open the Settings App- Tap Accessibility – Tap Audio/Visual – Phone Noise Cancellation > Turn Phone Noise Cancellation ON/Green.
Solution 3. Clear Your iPhone 7 (Plus) Receiver
- Double-check, anything is blocking receiver slots such as plastic film or case
- The clean slot from dust or other material with a brush
- Put iPhone on speaker mode, for the temp. Solutions.
Solution 4. Facetime audio, Disturb call on the carrier: Carrier Signal, Check internet connectivity
You are on public WiFi or Travelling, Wait for a few minutes. Poor internet connection or carrier signal make disturbing on call.
Solution 5. Contact App support or Speaker damage issue
Contact apple via online helpdesk; try to fix your problem with an expert at the nearest apple store. Maybe the hardware problem is there. (Don’t forget to check apple warranty).
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