It can be hard to make phone calls when the call volume is low. This problem is however very common and can be caused by a number of factors, there are some things you can do.
This article offers you numerous ways to fix the iPhone call volume low problem and get your iPhone working normally again. Let’s begin with the most effective of these solutions.
This problem can be caused a system bug. This is especially true when the problem appears soon after you update to the latest version of iOS 15. One of the best ways to remove these system bugs and get the device working normally is to use a system recovery tool. And one of the best system recovery tools to use is LazePaw iOS System Recovery.
The following are some if its key features:
It has one of the most powerful repair processes of any iOS system repair tool in the market. You can use it to fix iOS stuck issues like iPhone stuck on the black/white screen Wi-Fi and GPS problems and others. But it is also a great way to fix the most common iTunes errors like unknown error 2, error 1667, error 27 and many more.
When you use the standard mode to fix the issues with the device, you can do so without data loss.
It is fully compatible with Mac and Windows systems as well as all iOS devices and all versions of the iOS firmware.
Let’s take a look at how to use this tool:
Step 1: Download and install LazePaw onto your computer and launch the program. In the main window, click on “Repair Operating System” and then connect the iPhone to the computer using USB cables.
Step 2: Follow the on-screen instructions to put the device in DFU/recovery mode.
Step 3: The program will then detect the iPhone’s model and present various firmware options to download on the device. Select the preferred solution and then click on “Download” to begin downloading the firmware.
Step 4: When the download is complete, click on “Start to Fix” and LazePaw will begin fixing the device immediately. When the process is complete, the iPhone will restart and you can test if the in-call volume is working normally again.
The following are some of the other common solutions you can try:
Rebooting the iPhone is a good idea soon after updating the device. This is because it can often remove some of the bugs that maty interfere with the in-call volume of the device. Plus, it is a simple way to refresh the device.
Here’s how to do it:
Press and hold one of the volume buttons and the side button until the power off slider appears.
Drag the power off slider and wait for the device to power down.
Then, wait a few seconds before pressing the side button again to turn on the device. Hold the side button until the Apple logo appears on the screen.
Are you trying to make the phone call in a noisy environment? It is possible that the background noise is distracting, making it difficult to hear the other end. But your iPhone actually has a way to fix this, just turn off phone noise cancellation:
Open Settings from your iPhone’s home screen.
Tap “General > Accessibility”.
Then simply toggle the switch next to “Phone Noise Cancellation” to turn it off.
This is another trick that has worked for some people for the issue of iPhone volume too low. Here’s how to do it:
Open Settings and locate “Bluetooth”.
Tap on it to turn it on.
Wait a few seconds and then tap on it again to turn it off.
When the speaker slot on your iPhone is dusty or dirty, you may have some problems with the in-call volume of the device. Therefore, take a moment to clean it. The easiest way to do this is to cover the tip of a toothpick with cotton and use it to gently remove dirt from the speaker slot. Doing this regularly is a great way to prevent these problems.
Turning Airplane mode on and then off is one of the best ways to quickly disconnect and then reconnect all communications on iPhone including cellular. You will therefore find that it is also of the best solutions to try when your having problems with calls such as a iPhone call volume low. Here’s what you should do:
Click on Settings and then find “Airplane Mode”.
Tap on it to turn it “ON”.
Wait at least 10 seconds and then tap on it again to turn it “OFF”.
It is important to note that toggling Airplane mode On and Off can force the iPhone to join a different cell tower, resolving any cell quality sound quality issues.
You may also have a poor call quality if the cellular signal is weak or poor. When you have just 1 or 2 bars, it is not unlikely for the call to break up, crackle and even have poor call volume.
You can check the quality of the signal at the top of the iPhone. 4 bars (or dots on some versions of iOS) is great, 3 bars is good, 2 bars or 1 bar is poor and 0 bars means no cellular connection at all.
Resetting Network settings will also resolve some of the iPhone call volume low issues. Please note however, that when you reset the network settings, you will lose any saved Wi-Fi passwords, cellular settings, network customizations and network preferences. Note these down somewhere before doing this:
Hit on Settings and then tap “General > Reset”.
Tap “Reset Network Settings” and when prompted, confirm that you would like to reset the network settings.
The device will restart. When it does, re-join your networks, enter your Wi-Fi passwords and re-customize your network settings and customizations.
Using the Speakerphone when making phone calls on your iPhone is good solution if you are facing iPhone volume not working issues. Putting the iPhone call on speakerphone is easy. Simply dial the number you would like to call and then tap on the “Speaker” icon.
You can also start all phone calls with Siri on speakerphone using a voice command. Or, set the iPhone to have all phone calls on speakerphone for all incoming and outgoing calls.
The in-box white earbuds that come with your iPhone can be used to make phone calls and even come with a built-in microphone.
Just connect the earbuds to the iPhone and then put them in your ears. You can adjust the call volume using the device’s volume buttons. Then, dial the number as you normally would and the voice will go through the ear buds rather than the device’s speakers.
It is our hope that at least one of the solutions above has been helpful to you. If you are still having problems with the iPhone call volume low or you have any questions about any of the processes described above, let us know in the comments section below. We welcome all other iPhone and iOS related questions and comments and as always, we’ll do our best to find solutions for you.
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