If that's your problem, I'm not sure what to suggest. Kevin, I'm also having this issue. This should trigger a display on your phone to show that the volume is going up. I'm very marginal in my understanding of the backend of computers, so, super clear, specific directions would help a great deal. The options for listening to other people is fine. After trying both of those things with no luck, try to see if your speaker works at all.
Being able to do this saved me because I was able to put the. Music played fine, bluetooth phone connection fine but if off Bluetooth could not hear anyone even though connected through earpiece or speakerphone and button to select sound source greyed out so no options. Also, for us, the Speaker Setup option is unavailable, I believe because we are using an external audio interface in this case, Focusrite Scarlett 2i2. I did experience the problem again where the sound card stops functioning and discovered that the problem is actually caused when the display goes to sleep. Is this still not resolved, nine months after this thread was started? All of a sudden, it wasn't there any longer. If I use my headphone to check on the audio, it sounds fine in either config.
They did initially charge me placed a hold on my account until they received the faulty device back and made sure it was liquid damaged etc. Please use spoiler tags accordingly, see below on how to use them. Since the 'Remove the volume control icon' policy setting was already set to 'Disabled' it appeared that the setting was correct and did not need to be changed, so that's why I first tried the registry tweak download fix without success. I have also attached a website for this issue. I restarted the game a couple of times, double checked the mic settings, tried different microphones, nothing. There should always be another way.
I have a wired controller that has a 3. However, every single time I've plugged it in it can pick up in game audio but the mic picks up nothing. What's happened is that the something has changed a registry value which give users rights to make changes to the Windows audio process. I can see why none of you can help at all with this if they can't even figure it out. By locking them out of the process in question, they can no longer playback sound.
Just to give an update, I called AppleCare and spoke to a senior advisor. If you have any questions about the rules, feel free to. I already updated audio drivers and that didn't help. My iPhone 7 Plus updated to the 11. I even have an indicator icon of speaking down in the corner when I press N and start talking.
Anyway, it disappeared last night. I put the battery back in and turned phone back on and low and behold sound now works. Make Sure Everything Is Clean Make sure that there isn't any grime or buildup that's blocking the adapter from a clear connection to your controller. When I plug them in, sound continues to come from the speakers. While the was released a full week before the Xbox One, Microsoft's next generation system is fully equipped with the latest games and acts as an all-out media hub. Called the customer support did the whole reset thing and made an appointment for the apple store.
I can adjust the settings on that no problem. Similar help and support threads Thread Forum I have the same problem as in this post below, but a different situation. I started talking to apple support via phone Saturday April 26th and all they could offer was to back up my phone and restart it as new phone and see if it worked. We have no idea what changed it, or how it got changed. Most often, these users simply cannot hear anything when they plug in their headset to their Xbox One controller, and if you're thinking that a third-party headset could solve the problem, think again.
In my case, disapbling display sleep is the work-around for this issue. I never thought of checking my settings, because I knew I hadn't changed anything, but it was as simple as that. Hopefully this will get fixed soon. Logging off and then logging back in should be sufficient to correct the problem; if not try restarting the system. Now 5 months later, it did it again while on the latest 12.
My iPhone was also out of warranty and I rang up and after some troubleshooting they have sent me a whole new device free of charge. If they aren't present, something has gone awry. Are Family Settings Enabled on Your Account? But, unless you spilled soda all over your headset or controller after opening the box, dirt is unlikely the issue. I cannot hear the person calling, and they cannot hear me. First and foremost, we need to check if your sound is on.