Samsung Galaxy S3 Audio Problems.

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    Samsung has captured the market with their smartphones, and Samsung Galaxy S3 is one of the most popular models The phone comes with massive features such as a wide-screen display, quality camera, vast memory space and more. It's a fast phone with excellent HD screen. Altogether, this is a great android phone to own because, with it, you can finish tons of tasks effectively.

    Read also: How to update Samsung Galaxy S3 to Android 4.4 KitKat

    Some users have experienced microphone and audio problems and according to them, it happens when they get any call. If you have the same issue, follow the ways mentioned below to fix Samsung Galaxy S3 audio problems.

    Speaker Problem
    Some users have found a reason for this problem. The signal strength falls down immediately after calls. To fix the problem temporarily, restart your phone. To fix the problem permanently follow the steps below:

    • Go to Settings > Accessibility and make sure that “turn off all sounds” is not selected.
    • Next, go to Settings > Sounds and check that the volume level is high and turned on.
    • Go to Menu > Call settings > Additional settings and see the noise reduction. If it is checked, then uncheck it.
    If the problem is not solved, there might be some hardware issues in the speaker. Check the volume level.

    Then check whether the connector is damaged. If so, then change the connector.


    Microphone Problem
    You may face two problems with your Samsung Galaxy S3 microphone; no sound is accepted by the microphone, and the other problem is the microphone goes mute while calling.

    If the sound is not accepted when you are speaking, then go to Settings and then record the sound using the sound recorder. If it does not work, then there is some hardware problem and it would be best to contact Samsung service center.

    But if you see that the mic is working when you are recording voice, but at the time of making a call the phone is getting mute, then the problem is occurring because of noise filter cap. When the noise filter cap gets damaged, such issues occur. Noise filter cap is a rubber cap which protects the microphone hole from any damages. In such a case, you will have to change the noise filter cap.

    Another problem that you may face with your Samsung Galaxy S3 is noisy sound. It normally happens when dust gets stored over the diaphragm. In such case, you have to replace the buzzer part.


    In the below link, we have discussed the methods to fix the Samsung Galaxy S5 audio problems. Click on the link to get solutions.

    Fix Samsung Galaxy Audio Problem
    #1 Applefan, Aug 2, 2016
    Last edited: Feb 27, 2017
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