Hello dear community,
I recently bought a new bluetooth device and I tried the max volume, how ever this seemed far too low and I knew it had something to do with the Media Volume Sync option in the advanced bluetooth settings. I immediately noticed that this setting was missing as shown below:
I tried to turn off the "Absolute volume" in Developer settings but it did not change anything.
I also have the same issue and did not find any solution yet.
Funny thing is that I have 2 mobiles S20 FE connected with the same bluetooth headset. In one of them I can control the media volume separately (even though the "media volume sync" button does not show), but not in the other one. 🤔
Looking forward for a solution as well.
@Members_6ZuGcHF @MGP3: For devices running Android 10 and higher, Media Volume Sync is automatically enabled. If you find that the volume seems too low when using a Bluetooth headset then please head to Settings > Sounds and Vibration > Volume > Use Volume Keys for Media > On > Tap the 3 dots in the top right >Media Volume Limit > On > Move the slider all the way to the right. Go back to the Sounds and Vibration settings > Sound Quality and Effects > Dolby Atmos > On > Adapt Sound > Run through the setup to find the best sound for you > Back > Separate App Sound > Turn On Now > Select the app and audio device to play your media through. I hope this helps.
That's not it, it's not as simple as settings. It didn't seem like it when I first heard the low sound and having messed about with the eq it's just not fixing it. There just seems to be no bass, even when the bass is up full and the voices are tinny. I can cast Spotify from my phone to my TV, which is linked to a Samsung soundbar and everything sounds as it should, but if I connect via Bluetooth direct to the soundbar then the sound is terrible.