1. King Mustard's Avatar
    I think I have found a bug in Android 6.0.1 on my Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.

    Put all four volume bars (Ringtone, Media, Notifications, System) at full.

    Connect your phone to your car via. Bluetooth.

    Put some music on (any app will do, they should all work the same).

    Make sure all four volume bars are still full.

    Open Google Maps and make the voice say something.

    On my phone, the Media volume (that controls both music and voice notifications) turns down to around 50/60% every time s/he speaks.

    It's very annoying!
    03-31-2016 02:42 AM
  2. 20degrees's Avatar
    The phone does this with a volume break. Any cut in the volume (change in song, pause) it will fade volume. Mine does it with every song change, but it goes back up after a few seconds. Like a fade-in on volume. Doesn't have to be set at high for all leveled volumes either.
    03-31-2016 03:11 AM
  3. King Mustard's Avatar
    The phone does this with a volume break. Any cut in the volume (change in song, pause) it will fade volume. Mine does it with every song change, but it goes back up after a few seconds. Like a fade-in on volume. Doesn't have to be set at high for all leveled volumes either.
    But the voice volume dips to that volume, too (as the Media slide controls both music and voice), so it's pointless.

    A bug, perhaps?
    03-31-2016 03:14 AM
  4. 20degrees's Avatar
    But the voice volume dips to that volume, too (as the Media slide controls both music and voice), so it's pointless.

    A bug, perhaps?
    Does the volume go back up (music )after the voice stops talking?

    It may be a bug.
    03-31-2016 03:18 AM

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