I have installed official Zoom app for my Motorola One / Android 10.0 to be able to join meetings directly from my mobile phone as an alternative to the regular PC connection.
However, I have each call very loud and I cannot control volume in any way:
- I have both Media volume and Call volume set to 0 (mute?) and still can hear Zoom call's audio (and still can hear it very loudly)
- Changing any of these two params does not change Zoom's volume even a tiny bit.
What am I missing? Is this some kind of bug? How should I control1 call volume in Zoom app for Android?
I understand (correct me, if I am wrong) that:
- Call volume is specific to Phone app only and to an actual over-the-phone calls / cellular networks' calls
- Media volume should control in-media volume of all apps so this would mandate (?) Zoom's in-app audio call's volume as well
If I am correct then the good question is, why any of these two working?
Of course, I have this problem in Zoom app only. Phone's volume buttons are working correctly. All other apps responds to Media volume correctly and I can control any other aspect related to volume in my phone without any problems. Zoom only seems to be the exception here.
1Note that I am talking about controlling / decreasing volume of Zoom calls. I am aware of this question and mine isn't a duplicate. I don't want to disable the Zoom meeting's totally (I know how to disconnect audio out of any Zoom meeting). I just want to make it a way, way lower. Because right now I have to keep my headphones on my chins, at least 5-10 cm from my ears to not get deaf.