Volume Should Be Turned Down Iphone

  1. why does the volume on my iphone go on turning itself downward

    02-22-2014 10:42 PM

  2. Curt Gentry's Avatar

    Open your Facebook app on the iPhone.

    Click the 3 lines on the bottom correct.

    Click Settings.

    Click Account Settings.

    Click Sounds.

    UnCheck In-App Sound.

    This should fix the abrasive volume decrease every time yous open up Facebook while listening to music.

  3. Just_Me_D's Avatar

    I don’t know. Does it plough itself downwards when on a telephone call, listening to music, both, or what? Anyway, do the following:

    1. Get to Settings – Music
    2. Locate the “Volume Limit” setting.
    iii. If information technology say “ON”, tap on in and and then slide the lever all the way to the max position. If information technology is already fix to “OFF”, disregard.

    02-23-2014 09:19 AM

  4. Matt Dwyer1's Avatar

    Mine does this as well. Seems similar information technology ever does it at night. Last night, I double checked both ring volume and regular volume were max. By the time alert clock went this morning, the regular book was barely loud enough to wake me up.

    03-06-2015 05:42 AM

  5. anon(39328)'s Avatar

    If you have an iPhone half dozen, it might be accidentally happening when you press the power button. For some reason, Apple put the power button directly opposite the volume rocker. This makes it difficult pressing the power push without having other fingers on your hand gripping the volume buttons. Sounds stupid I know, simply I accept done information technology many times without noticing. Hopefully they volition move the power button to a slightly different location on their next design.

    Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD

    03-06-2015 05:49 AM

  6. Haalcyon's Avatar

    Considering it cares about your hearing and doesn’t want you lot to get Tinnitus.

    03-06-2015 02:06 PM

  7. Cory Comer's Avatar

    Someone tipped me off that the Facebook App is the cause. Simply double tap the dwelling push, swipe to Facebook and forcefulness close the app. Your volume will immediately return to normal. Merely did it myself.

    Very abrasive, but likely not iOS’s fault.

    04-17-2015 09:58 AM

  8. Ledsteplin's Avatar

    Mine does that sometimes. I haven’t figured out any rhyme or reason. But I suspect photographic camera or video use.

    Sent from my ancient but trustworthy iPhone 5. ☮

    04-18-2015 08:22 AM

  9. Jamie Nicolai's Avatar

    Information technology happens to me with Facebook notifications and sometimes texts. Is Apple enlightened of the event?

    05-21-2015 11:17 AM

  10. Just_Me_D's Avatar

    It happens to me with Facebook notifications and sometimes texts. Is Apple aware of the upshot?

    I don’t know. I’chiliad not having volume-related issues and I haven’t read a good deal of threads complaining about the consequence. Feel complimentary to submit feedback directly to Apple. You can use the following link.

    https://www.apple.com/feedback/#mn_p

    05-21-2015 12:32 PM

  11. Nicolas de Pompadour's Avatar

    I know I am late with this but it happened to me and drove me insane. I have at present figured information technology out and then thought I’d share. I don’t know the explanation of my solution but here goes. If you go to settings, sounds and then scroll to the bottom. Turn keyboard clicks off so back on and the volume goes back to normal.

    07-24-2015 04:34 PM

  12. Ledsteplin's Avatar

    I know I am tardily with this but it happened to me and drove me insane. I take now figured information technology out so thought I’d share. I don’t know the caption of my solution but here goes. If you go to settings, sounds then roll to the bottom. Plough keyboard clicks off then back on and the volume goes back to normal.

    Be certain it’south turned up everywhere. Go to Settings >Sounds >plow up all the way. Likewise plough it up with the command on the side. Swipe upward the control center and make sure that’s turned up. Part is that the bottom speaker works independent of the superlative speaker.

    07-24-2015 05:10 PM

  13. Thank you, Corey Comer. Volume downwards on iphone 5 on WWF for no reason. I closed FB, no effect. But when I airtight all other apps, sound came right back. Now I have to figure out which i. Very annoying, but glad to know workaround.

    08-01-2015 12:43 PM

  14. Jamell Lewis's Avatar

    Information technology’s the Facebook app. Simply double tap the home push button and swipe off Facebook and the volume will spring back upward

    08-22-2015 08:52 PM

  15. Luke Redfern1's Avatar

    It’s happening to me all the fourth dimension and it’s driving me mad! I don’t take the facebook app. I’ve tried all of the above as well as switching on and off again. I’ve checked the headphones though my laptop (they take a volume button in the wire) and it’southward definitely non them. It’s doing it now and I don’t have any apps open.

    going to try to update my IOS. Any more ideas anyone?

    09-xviii-2015 01:05 PM

  16. I’one thousand having the same issues with my sound automatically turning down and muting itself. None of the suggestions seem to help.

    09-21-2015 xi:02 AM

  17. mmaglasang01's Avatar

    This worked immediately for me!

    ten-03-2015 09:52 PM

  18. jacob willis1's Avatar

    The Closing of the Facebook app is right thanks lol information technology worked immediately I idea my headphones were going out lol

    10-22-2015 09:08 AM

  19. Curt Gentry's Avatar

    Open up your Facebook app on the iPhone.

    Click the 3 lines on the bottom correct.

    Click Settings.

    Click Business relationship Settings.

    Click Sounds.

    UnCheck In-App Sound.

    This should fix the abrasive book decrease every time you open Facebook while listening to music.

    10-27-2015 02:45 PM

  20. Abe94's Avatar

    Hitting the power push and power button taking a screen shot did it for me finally. Did the Facebook settings matter but was still happening.

    11-28-2015 12:07 AM

  21. anotherhappyday's Avatar

    FIXED, the static popping came from other apps using the microfone, in settings I switched off (one by one) the microphone admission for each app and instantly the static popping stopped, turned the mic back on and it came back. The app that caused this was a voip service app. Hope that helps.

    07-11-2016 10:04 AM

  22. franscubitt's Avatar

    I don’t have Facebook and my 6S keeps doing it. I check before sleep all max and the side by side solar day it’southward off again. I didn’t happen every bit much till I loaded last update to iOS. Considering super gluing stupid volume buttons but am certain that’south not the problem. Only an ***** would put the off button opposite the volume!

    08-17-2016 01:54 PM

  23. If you accept an iPhone 6, 7and Plus, y’all have a 3 Volume buttons: 1 to lower; 1 to raise and i to lock Mute.

    Unfortunately my left pollex fits naturally on my 7 Plus, and accidentally lowers my volume to nada. (I type with the correct thumb)
    As well Apple put the power button directly opposite the volume rocker. This makes difficult the six & 7 to press the power button without having other fingers on the correct hand gripping the volume buttons. Apple could take the Volume Mute Lock to also offer to lock the existing chosen Volume (in my example Maximum).

    Because too many times every day my volume goes �automatically� to null: thus unable to hear calls and text!! Nearly annoying and unprofessional.

    10-31-2016 01:37 PM

  24. You lot were spot on, facebook effects it. Soon as I swipped it closed, the volume didn’t motion down.
    Lea

    11-12-2016 06:35 PM

  25. I take this problem with my iphone four. The fix is Settings-General-Accessibility-AssistiveTouch-On… This makes a virtual dwelling house push. Bear upon the virtual button then Devices-Mute… for sound the bell should have a line through it. And so touch the bottom of the screen so you can turn AssitiveTouch dorsum off. It only does this every great once in a while but, this is how I fix it. Peace!

    12-10-2016 09:nineteen PM

  26. I’k having the aforementioned issues with my sound automatically turning downward and muting itself. None of the suggestions seem to assist.

    I have this trouble with my iphone four. The ready is Settings-General-Accessibility-AssistiveTouch-On… This makes a virtual home push button. Touch the virtual button then Devices-Mute… for sound the bell should accept a line through it. Then bear on the lesser of the screen and so you tin turn AssitiveTouch back off. It only does this every swell in one case in a while but, this is how I fix it. Peace!

    12-ten-2016 09:26 PM

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