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My USB port now doesn't play audio even with the bundled AKG headphones. Samsungs response is factory reset.
Don't know if its pervasive but have seen a few others with the same issue, anyone else seeing this?
I just checked my USB (AKG ) earphones,it's working fine .
i'm on Android 10 , April Security patch ( Note 10+ )
I would suggest maybe check following .??
If ,you have another device ,check if USB earphones are working ..
( This would indicate if it's a AKG earphone issue or not )
eg i connected my USB earphones to my Note 8 USB port ..working fine .
So my earphones is ok .
Check your USB if all is fine eg ..USB charging etc
If you still have issues ..Factory reset ,it might help ...?
otherwise if you still having issues ,,it could be a hardware issue with USB port ( audio )
In that case, you have to take it in for repairs .
Good luck .
So your options..Yup,
Tested, works on the wife's S10, found a thread on reddit which speaks of the same also accompanied by charging only in 1 orientation.
Biggest trouble is that I need IT support to install my certificates, and they're currently remote. Add to that a load of custom apps for work makes this quite a bit more than a minor annoyance.
Thanks for the great replySo your options..
that it is either a USB port (Hardware) issue
or like you stated Firmware /O/S issue .
eg something got corrupted with update.
That leaves you with only option Factory Reset.?
Otherwise you have to take it for Samsung repairs.?
You say something about custom apps, so you cannot even do Google backups or Samsung backups.?
In my case i have about 200/300 apps on device.
Most apps is Google backed ups
and a few Samsung apps and settings.
When i do a Factory reset Google and Samsung backups
just works... no "sweat"
I hardly have to install or do anything else.
Bottom line is...
Presently it seems issue is, very frustrating and annoying for you .
So much more, if you do a factory reset
and issue still persist.....!
So time for decisions..
Factory reset and hope or take device for repairs.?
I don't think you will "live" with the annoying issue.
With the Note 20 arriving within the next month or so, is the Note 10 (and by extension the Note 10+) still a good buy?
My S9's battery barely lasts half a day at the moment. But I want something with Samsung Pay NFC and MST.
Well, the Note 20 is releasing in a couple of weeks. So the Note 10 will hopefully be cheaper.I was about to ask this exact question. I have the Note5 and love it, so am biased towards a Note type of handset. I think I will start a new thread as this is a bit off topic
Well, the Note 20 is releasing in a couple of weeks. So the Note 10 will hopefully be cheaper.