1. neil74's Avatar
    I am wondering if anybody has found a solution to this on LG phones?

    On my G7 when using wireless headphones I have to adjust the volume on the device and headphones individually, not a big deal some might say but also unless the headphones have a companion app I also have no visible indication of what the volume is. My solution so far is to set the volume to maximum on the headphones and use the phone control to adjust the volume.

    I know that Samsung offer this as an option, and I think the pixel 2 does too? Has anybody figured this out on an LG phone or am I the only one who finds it frustrating
    06-11-2018 04:35 AM
  2. chanchan05's Avatar
    It's also dependent on the headphones themselves. I know some brands just don't support it properly. I have a pair of Bluetooth buds (Tronsmart) that all documentation actually looks that the volume is separate from the device. Read reviews too and its the common drawback for this model.
    I am wondering if anybody has found a solution to this on LG phones?

    On my G7 when using wireless headphones I have to adjust the volume on the device and headphones individually, not a big deal some might say but also unless the headphones have a companion app I also have no visible indication of what the volume is. My solution so far is to set the volume to maximum on the headphones and use the phone control to adjust the volume.

    I know that Samsung offer this as an option, and I think the pixel 2 does too? Has anybody figured this out on an LG phone or am I the only one who finds it frustrating
    06-11-2018 04:45 AM
  3. neil74's Avatar
    Good point. I have used beats studio 3 and Sony wh1000 which I'm pretty sure should support it. Both work that way on an iPhone and the Sony's also did on an S9.
    06-11-2018 06:32 AM
  4. chanchan05's Avatar
    Are those the same ones you're using now that have the problem?
    Good point. I have used beats studio 3 and Sony wh1000 which I'm pretty sure should support it. Both work that way on an iPhone and the Sony's also did on an S9.
    06-11-2018 10:20 AM
  5. neil74's Avatar
    Yes and as I say the volume synced up just fine on the S9
    06-11-2018 10:42 AM
  6. milehigherik's Avatar
    No media volume sync on the G7.
    06-15-2018 01:14 AM
  7. idon12no's Avatar
    Is this that?
    06-15-2018 02:44 AM
  8. milehigherik's Avatar
    Unfortunately not. That one normalizes the volume across songs.
    idon12no likes this.
    06-15-2018 07:40 AM
  9. idon12no's Avatar
    Unfortunately not. That one normalizes the volume across songs.
    Okay.
    06-16-2018 01:22 AM
  10. neil74's Avatar
    I posted this query over on reddit and curiously some people are saying that sync works for them. I’ve had the G6, V30 and now the G7 and it has not worked on any of them.
    06-16-2018 01:42 PM
  11. natehartey12's Avatar
    my g7 syncs with my LG HBS100
    06-16-2018 06:09 PM
  12. neil74's Avatar
    I found a solution for anybody who is interested...

    1. Connect smartphone with Bluetooth headset.
    2. Settings> Network> Bluetooth> Select the headset settings icon (right)>
    Edit the name of the device> Rename the device name as "ABS-DO-ENABLE".
    3. Disconnect the headset> Reconnect the headset."

    I had to add a 4th step to reboot the phone as it did not work initially, now works like a charm though.

    Found this on xda http://https://forum.xda-developers....adset-t3831828
    10-16-2018 04:45 PM

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