Samsung Galaxy No Sound

Samsung Galaxy No Sound Problem/ Issues Steps and Solutions

If you have no sound on  or your sound has suddenly stopped your Samsung Galaxy  S / S2 / S3 / S4 / Note / Note 2 it can be a huge annoyance as you most probably already know. Below you will find solutions and fixes that I have gathered and come up with. If you have any other solutions that have worked for you please share them below as it all helps.

 

The symptoms of Samsung Galaxy no sound Problem/ Issues include:
- Samsung Galaxy will ring but speaker will not work for anything else
- Samsung Galaxy  no sound at all for calls, apps, music etc
- Samsung Galaxy  as stuck in headphone mode
Follow these steps and hopefully your Samsung Galaxy  will be back to its prior glory.

Samsung Galaxy  No Sound Step 1,

The silent/ vibrate switch is turned on, to check you can either use the drop down menu by simply sliding your finger from the top of the screen downwards. In the drop down menu you will find various options such as wi-fi, screen brightness and so on. Slide over to the button with the speaker icon and switch to loud mode. Another way is by going into the settings > sound > volume. Once your in that setting you can adjust the volume for music, ringtones and notifications.

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Samsung Galaxy No Sound Step 2,

Restart the Samsung Galaxy. Hold onto the power button on the right side if the phone for 2 seconds, a prompt will come up to turn off device, airplane mode or restart device. Press the restart option and wait for the phone to restart, hopefully this will eliminate any glitches which may have been causing the problem.

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Samsung Galaxy No Sound Step 3,

Insert your headphones into the headphone jack then take them out. Continue to do this for a couple of minutes as sometimes the phone tricks its self into thinking its in headphone mode. Also by doing this step you are likely to dislodge any dust or dirt build up that also may be causing this issue.

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Samsung Galaxy No Sound Step 4,

Make sure your Samsung Galaxy has the latest software update, to check go into settings > about device > software update > check for updates. Download the most recent update for your phone if there is one. Depending on your carrier and device different updates will be released at various times.

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Samsung Galaxy No Sound Step 5,

Contact your provider or place of purchase as it may be a hardware issue and will need to be repaired or replaced.

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If any of these solutions or fixes worked for you or if you tried something different please share down blew.

 

 

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  1. Mario

    My problem was solved taking off the back cover n preesing several times the speaker. Hope it helps others!!

  2. gary

    No sound. no ringer. no sound at all. Samsung galaxy model s720c

  3. Greg

    If you were recently using bluetooth. Turn off bluetooth and try a music app. Sound should be working.

  4. mohmed farouk

    samsung galxey 9500 no sound

  5. charity

    Thank you!! I spent about and hour trying to figure this out and the head phone trick fixed it!

  6. Colette

    The headphone trick worked for me too – had to keep trying for about 5 mins and eventually there was a slight pop sound and now all in working order. Thanks – great tip!

  7. Gary

    Thanks no sound dialing or sound from other when answered. You did it, Thanks!!

  8. Leon

    If you have a task killer app on your phone, where you can close one app at a time. Close an app and straight after test the volume. Eventually after closing a certain app the volume will come back on. This worked me, as it was my antivirus on the phone causing the problem. Phone back to normal now after deleting and reinstalling the app.

  9. Darren

    Greg = Legend…. thanks mate, worked perfectly…. turned off bluetooth and sound came straight back on

  10. Trish

    Yay!! The “no sound” problem was solved by just turning the phone off, then taking off the back cover, removing the battery, then putting it back in…..easy!

  11. Asnath

    Thank you so much! the restart trick work very well for me

  12. Bob

    In Settings there is an option contained under Accessibility toward the bottom called “Turn off all Sounds” that if checked literally turns off all audio on the phone. Look at that setting and uncheck it if it is checked and the sound will return. I was getting annoying voice notifications for e-mails and other items and I thought that would turn them off, turns out it turns all sounds off.

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  14. Robert

    The accessibility tab turn off all sound was the answer for me I had it checked no clue how I did that but sound returned

  15. Joel

    I tried all of the above, but none worked.

    I powered off the phone (Samsung Galaxy Note 2), removed the battery, pressed all around the frame of the phone, then took a cotton swap and twisted it into the headphone port – lots of dirt came out.

    That got it working for me.

  16. kianoosh

    Thanks
    But after all, I removed the battery ( Samsung Galaxy s4) for a while, then turn it on. It is working properly now :)

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