More and more users of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 are said to be incomprehensible on their device. Just blowing it up, but it probably not solves the Galaxy S8 microphone problem.
Users report Galaxy S8 microphone problem
The official Samsung forum has now found dozens of reports of users who complain about the microphone on their Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S8. While calling, they are incomprehensible; the Samsung Bixby Assistant does not understand the specified commands and voice recordings are full of noise. Samsung itself has explained the problems, but the users have already found a remarkable solution.
The problem is not solved by complicated repairs or major updates, but by blowing a bit. Report users that blow well in the microphone and the USB-c port seem to correct the problem. However, other users report that the device restarts or delete some apps even seems to help.
Usually unclear sound is the result of dust on the inside of your smartphone. However, if the problem can also be solved with a reboot, that is probably not the case. Also, the problem seems to be corrected once, while the Galaxy S8 and Note 8 have multiple notches for connections and microphones. It suggests that not hardware, but the software is the cause.
How To Fix Galaxy S8 And Galaxy S8 Plus Microphone Problem
It probably has to do with the noise canceling sensors in the smartphones. If suddenly overloaded with loud noise, the calibration is adjusted so that the sound is not recorded too loudly. In theory, the sensors adjust when the volume decreases.
However, the affected smartphones do not appear to happen, with the result that the sound sounds too soft. Restarting your smartphone, or blowing the microphone into the microphone seems to reset the sensors. Whether Samsung’s problem with an update solution can be unclear. For the time being it is blowing blown.