I recently upgraded to the Galaxy S22 ultra and currently use the Galaxy Buds 2. While listening to music via Spotify; I noticed that the volume of the music changes automatically. For example, while i have the app open, the music is loud and vibrant; then when my phone locks I notice the sound changes and it starts to go low but will go back to "normal" when I unlock my phone. I never experienced this on the Flip3 that I had prior to upgrading. I've searched online and couldn't find a solution and/or an answer as to why this is happening. Any suggestions on how I can resolve this? I already looked through all the settings on the phone, buds, and spotify and couldn't find anything.
This is super annoying especially since I use this to workout and stuff. It's so weird because it started out of no where. But I did report this issues on Members. Currently waiting for a response.
@Nando1990: Do you have a lock screen Music widget enabled? (Settings > Lock screen > Widgets > Music > Toggle the switch to the right). If so, are you able to adjust the volume via the Widget to see if you're able to balance it in this manner?
Yes, the volume was at max when locked.
This is what you do. After a little tinkering I've got the solution!
First, go on the samsung setting.
Second, click sounds and vibration.
Third, scroll all the way down to "separate app sound".
Fourth, click on the app and find spotify.
Fifth and final, press audio device and find your headphones or whatever your listening on.
Now enjoy! ( I had the same issue but now it's resolved!)
Make sure the "turn on now" is on at the top 👌.