What to Do When Your Zoom Audio Isn’t Working
I use a Bluetooth headset, and all my drivers are up to date. I can hear sounds from other apps only when I am not in a meeting. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Report abuse. Details required :. Cancel Submit. Previous Next. FelipeAD83 Independent Advisor.
This seems to be a Zoom configuration issue. Have you double checked your audio configuration on the settings of Zoom? Thanks for your feedback. How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. In reply to FelipeAD83’s post on November 17, Yes, both the general and audio settings, and have seen nothing pertaining to my problem. I even tried just toggling random settings off one at a time, and nothing changed. If this helps, when I go to the get help link in the windows audio settings, it plays a tone to check if there are any audio problems.
This is the only other sound I can hear in a meeting. Even discord pings are silent in a meeting. Ok then, Let’s try this: Method 1: Try to run the troubleshooter for apps to diagnose the exact issue.
Method 2: Check the volume settings. Please follow the steps below and see if it helps. Right click on the speaker icon in taskbar and select volume control options. Put a check mark on “All devices currently playing sound”.
Make sure you have “The default communication device unchecked”. Place a check mark on both speakers and headphones. Click Apply and OK. Hope that fix it for you! Let me know if you need anymore help!
During the COVID pandemic and even post-pandemic, Zoom remains one important video conferencing app people have installed and use on their devices.
With it, many were able to and still can virtually remain in touch with loved ones. The app also plays a key role in learning, business, meetings, and other areas of our lives. People who are not familiar with the controls of the app can also find it hard to hear other participants or get their voices heard. Participants on the other end of a zoom meeting might not hear you for a number of reasons. Some of these factors are outlined below.
All of these issues require different fixes. One common issue, however, which first-time zoom users, in particular, run into is disabling audio and muting their microphone. Zoom audio system lets you hear audio and sounds coming from other participants if you have your audio connected. And to be heard, you must stay unmute. Setting 1: While in a meeting, tap your screen to display the meeting controls below your screen. Setting 2: To be heard by other participants in a Zoom meeting, tap on the screen to show the call controls.
Tap on the microphone icon if there is a red diagonal line across it. After your selection, Test the Speaker. Step 5: To make sure your audio will be delivered to participants, look for Microphone also under the Audio tab and click the Input level bar next to Test Mic to pick the right mic. Click the Test Mic button afterward to confirm that the selected mic works.
Otherwise, you may have to try another mic from the list. If you are, however, facing no Zoom audio on your mobile device, the solution provided in the following section will help you.
– Zoom Audio Not Working? 8 Troubleshooting Tips
Make sure your audio devices are properly connected and are not muted. Disable Bluetooth.
– Zoom connect to computer audio – none:
If you have any Bluetooth speaker or headphones connected to the computer, disconnect the Bluetooth connection and check whether the audio works. Fix 4 – Check the Zoom settings · Launch Zoom and click the gear icon at the upper right corner to access the Settings menu. · Navigate to the. Check the speaker and microphone volume and ensure it’s audible.