Bluetooth Speaker Volume Control Malfunctioning on Windows 11/10

If you are having trouble adjusting the volume of your Bluetooth speaker on your Windows 11/10 computer, this article will provide solutions to fix the issue. Some users have reported that the volume of their Bluetooth speakers remains stuck at a particular level, and moving the volume slider does not change the volume. Additionally, some users cannot hear any sound from their Bluetooth speakers, regardless of the position of the volume slider.

To resolve the Bluetooth Speaker Volume Control issue in Windows 11/10, start by restarting your computer and checking if the problem persists. If it does, try running the Bluetooth Troubleshooter, setting your Bluetooth speaker as the default device, rolling back or reinstalling your Bluetooth adapter, uninstalling the latest Windows update, removing and adding your Bluetooth device again, checking the status of the Bluetooth Support Service, or disabling Absolute Volume.

To adjust Bluetooth volume on Windows 11, simply move the volume control slider by clicking on the Sound icon on the right side of your Taskbar. While Windows 11 does not have any known Bluetooth issues, problems can occur on any machine. If you experience Bluetooth issues on Windows 11, try using some effective fixes like removing and adding your Bluetooth device, running the Bluetooth Troubleshooter, replacing your Bluetooth device battery (if it is dead), etc.

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