Hello. Using talk and listen on my mobile device (Samsung galaxy note 10+) to talk through my nest doorbell or my nest cam (weird) has really low volume.
Performing basic troubleshooting, I've discovered that it's the mobile devices microphone sensitivity which is impacting the talk and listen volume. Having the bottom microphone of the mobile device directly Infront of my mouth (as if on a phone call) will allow loud volume, but being any further than a cm away, the microphone will not pick up on my voice.
Is this per design, and working as intended, or is this a bug.
I'd rather not have my phone hanging out my mouth when I'm trying to tell my pets off when I'm not home.
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Thank you for bringing up the concern you're experiencing, I would love to look into this further for you. The first troubleshooting step that I'd recommend would be to restart your device. This process should keep all your settings, and reconnect it to the same Wi-Fi network. This is helpful if it ever freezes, has connection problems, or isn't working normally.
@PhilipStory don't forget to send your feedback about your concern through your Google Home app or follow the steps from the link that Brad has shared. Please let me know if you have other questions or concerns as I will be locking this after 24 hours. Feel free to start a new thread and we'll be happy to help.
I appreciate the help, Brad.
I have the same issue on my Galaxy S21. I can see dozens of threads on here from other users over the last almost 2 years with all the same issues as well.
I have performed basic troubleshooting: rebooting phone and device, resetting the doorbell, making sure volume is set to maximum