There are plenty of Android phones coming with a popup that nags you whenever you turn your volume up to a certain level and Galaxy devices are no exception.
I am sure that many of you are annoyed by that popup/warning from your Samsung Galaxy Smartphone which usually reads something like “Listening at a high volume for a long time may damage your hearing”. I know that this is a good intention sign and you know it too, but it doesn’t change the fact that it’s truly annoying! Wouldn’t you love to disable the High Music Volume Warning on any of your Galaxy devices?
This is a warning message you may have overlooked or learn to accept as being there, but one that’s essential to creating an annoyance I’m sure many of you have. Don’t you think that it’s time to change that? Yes, you have the chance to blast that volume without any warning to bother you again.
Luckily, it’s easy to turn it off.
How to Disable High Music Volume Warning on any Galaxy Device:
- Open the Music Player app;
- Find your way to Settings;
- Now, it’s time to give a check mark to Smart volume and you will get a warning telling you that Smart volume is enabled;
- That’s how you have wanted things to be from the start, so just tap OK.
Have you done all these? The next time you try to crank up the volume, that annoying message that you got used to won’t bother you anymore.
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We’ve previously shown you how to remove this same warning on any Android device from the current market. In case of being interested, access this Learn to Disable Safe Volume Warning on Android guide for more details.