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7 Ways to Fix The Voice Pause Problem in faceTime


FaceTime is one of the most popular applications among Apple users, a service from Apple that allows them to make video and voice calls with anyone who also uses an iOS device, iPadOS, or Mac computer, or to make voice calls with anyone who uses the Apple Smart Watch.

The app also supports iPhone and iPad conference calls, where you can make video calls with up to 32 people at once, but sometimes you may experience some performance problems, especially when the sound stops working so that others can't hear you when the call is made.

Here are 7 ways to fix the voice-down problem in faceTime:

1- Verification of compatibility:

If you purchase a new iPhone or iPad, or you move to a new country or change your ISP, you should first check whether FaceTime is supported or not, because the app is often unavailable in some countries or regions or not supported by some Internet companies, so you should check it through Apple's official website via this link.

2- Restart the phone:

Once you're sure the app is powered on your phone or tablet, don't change any settings instead all you have to do is restart your phone or tablet and then turn the app on again and make a call to see if the audio problem has been fixed.

3. Check the sound in your device:

Often, we think that solving some of the key problems in faceTime can be complicated, while the solution is always simple, for example: if you can't hear the other person's voice during the call, you should check the volume in your phone or tablet by pressing the volume-up button.

4. Check the microphone on the phone:

If you experience a voice problem in faceTime, maybe the problem is from the phone itself, not the app, and to solve this you should make sure that the sound works normally in other applications, by making a regular call or an internet call through any connection app and knowing whether you are having the same problem.

5. Close other applications that are running:

When using FaceTime to make a video or audio call, make sure you close other apps that use your phone or speaker microphones, such as chat apps, music, or video, and then start making your calls using the app.

6- Set the date and time:

To use the FaceTime app on your iPhone or iPad, the time and date must be compatible in your area, and to do so, follow these steps:

  • Open settings on your iPhone or iPad.
  • Click on the General (General) option.
  • Click on the Date & Time option.
  • Switch the button next to the Set automatically (set) option to play mode.

7. Reset network settings:

If the above-mentioned solutions don't help fix the voice-over problem in the FaceTime app, you must reset the network settings in your phone or tablet, which will reset your Wi-Fi and phone data settings, and to do so, follow these steps: