Got a new S21 Ultra a few days ago, and I am noticing some odd behaviour with my USB C headset.
The headphones seem to work fine with calls.
With media/apps - Often with the headphone plugged in, the audio comes out the phone's main speaker. Disconnecting the usb c and reconnecting it usually forces the audio to switch to the headset.
However, if I pause video/audio for more than a few seconds or switch apps the audio jumps back to the main speaker.
I do get an android notification saying "USB device not recognised" when it stops working.
I didn't know S21 phones come with earphone in the box. Mine just came with the USB C to USB C cable. And the SIM tray pin..lol
Peter, yes I have bought a dac adapter also, and it has dasticaly improved sound quality thru my Sony MDR-XB50AP wired headphone. Is there any wieless solutions to improving souns out of the Samsung phone?
I was getting a little frustrated while reading all of this, but you finally was the sun after the rain brother 😁.
And for everyone else, if you search on eBay for a dongle, make sure it has a DAC! 😁
Having the opposite problem with my S22+ and my usb plantronics headset. The headset has 24 bit dacs built in. On my S10+, the headset works for media including zoom meetings and such but will not be recognized for regular calls. Again, works fine on S10+ but not S22+. The headset is USB and does not have analog so it's nothing like needing a dongle adapter with a dac. Despite mentioning this in other threads, those that try to help seem to miss the fact that these are not analog headphones.