When using Roon the local iOS volume gets reset to 100%. This is very annoying and caught me off guard quite a few times. Roon shouldn’t touch my iOS volume levels. Ever.
Suggestion: let me disable the hardware volume buttons is Roon?
This issue is marked as fixed elsewhere, but it obviously isn’t.
If I use volume with Lock Screen control it does jump to what the phone volume was though if I touch the volume did it last night and it went from 25 to 8 with a single press, never have my phone volume very high and I never use AirPlay so it’s not been an issue yet. Doesn’t do it when Roons active app though. Not seen the phones volume get set to 100 though. Is this after using a fixed volume device or any?
No, it doesn’t happen 100% all the time, but it does happen very often. This bug has been present for such a long time now… I tried everything to fix it to no avail: restarting, reinstalling, enabling/disabling lock screen controls, deleting the cache directory on the core (that was to fix Qobuz login issues, which helped, but didn’t fix the volume bug).
I don’t use bluetooth except for my AirPods, but there seems te bo no correlation with my AirPods use and this bug. I hardly use airplay, so we can rule that one out as well.
Thanks for sharing the above information. If possible, can you please remove roon from your mobile device, power down the device, and reinstall roon. That will give us a fresh slate to continue to test.
With this, we’ll want you to set up a fresh RAATSever database as well.
You can generate a new RAATServer instance on your device by following these instructions, but please be aware that this will reset your Roon Settings → Audio Tab to factory settings and I would advise making a backup of any custom DSP settings you have:
1, set the iPhone volume to let’s say about 50%. Open up the Roon app and go back to the iOS springboard. Result: iOS volume is at 100%
2. AirPlay isnt active on the phone. (There are airplay devices in the network though.
3. All endpoints are affected.