My endless OS has arrived pre-installed with my ZenBook. The issue is that for the speaker volume, intermediate levels do not exist. For the left half of the volume slider I get low sound, and I get high sound for vice versa. Volume slider works well when I use the headphones, but when I use the built-in speakers I have just mute, low and high level sound. What is the reason for this problem?? Diagnostics report is attached. eos-diagnostic-200220_203124_UTC 0100.txt (1.5 MB)
- Open the application called ‘Terminal’
- Copy and paste this command into the Terminal application:
flatpak update --appstream && flatpak update -y eos-updater-ctl update
- Wait for a notification saying that it is to restart the computer and Click to restart the computer
@LeandroStanger I ran the commands you suggested. Updated to 3.7.7 to successfully, restarted, and having the same issue… Again, attaching the diagnostics report: eos-diagnostic-200221_212117_UTC 0100.txt (1.7 MB)
Is there any chance you could also send us screenshots of this issue?
Do you have an update on this?
Unfortunately, the situation is the same.
And I do not know how to show this problem with a screenshot. In the volume slider, there are 20+ levels exist. When I use an headphone, I can hear all those 20 sound levels. However, on the speakers I can hear only two levels while the slider still shows all 20+ levels. When I increase the volume, the slider moves, but sound level remains the same for the left half of the slider.
When the slider is at 0%, it’s mute;
when the slider is between 1%-50%, I hear the same level of low sound;
when the slider is between 51%-100%, I hear the same level of high sound.
Does this explain well or should I provide more details?