How to Fix Skype Echo Problem on Galaxy S20: Galaxy S20 series of smartphones is one of the finest flagship series from Samsung. The series has brought a lot of features to the table, but the camera block is one of them. The camera block on the back of the device has got a lot of attention as it makes the device standout. A similar block setup was implemented on various smartphones including Oppo Reno 4 series, Vivo V50 series, and company’s own Galaxy Note 20 series.
Now, a lot of Galaxy S20 users are reporting that they are facing the echo problem on the Skype application. If you are one of them, then let me tell you that you are in the right place. In this guide, we will help you through the process of How to Fix Skype Echo Problem on Galaxy S20.
How to Fix Skype Echo Problem on Galaxy S20
- Open Skype application on your Samsung Galaxy S20.
- From the main screen of the application, you can scroll down to the bottom right corner and then select the contact.
- From here tap Echo/Sound Test Service from your contacts list and here you can tap on the phone icon on the upper contacts list.
- Here you can tap on the phone icon on the top right corner of the screen to call echo.
- Now a test call to echo will start.
- All you have to do is listen to the audio and take the lead in following the instructions.
- This will majorly fix the issue, but then again you can try with the next steps if it isn’t fixed.
- Now, this could also be the problem with the mic volume levels. I mean, if you are using external microphone inputs, parse an earphone, you can try to reduce the volume down by 50%.
- Similarly, you can also enhance the sound quality with built-in Dolby Atmos features. To do that, you can open settings and navigate to sounds and vibration, toggle the Dolby Atmos on, if it turned off.
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Android Jungles’ Editor Tarun Tej is a Bangalore-based writer and journalist whose work has appeared in True-Tech, DroidJournal, DroidViews, and various other online publications. An avid photographer, music-lover, and film-buff. He finds ultimate joy when writing about the latest tech and geek stuff. His interests are ranging from anything to do with mobiles, cameras, and any gadget for that matter.