YouTube is the most popular video-sharing platform globally, with millions of people using it every day from searching to watching and even downloading their favorite videos. While the video is an entity in itself, it's a blend of many sub-entities, one of them is audio. Almost every video has an audio track, which can be as imperative for the viewer to understand as the video content. Nice audio can make the video more interesting. But if you face a situation where you have no voice on YouTube videos, you'll be wondering what is wrong and thinking which tool can save you from the frustration and take care of everything for you. Don't worry! All feasible solutions are just shown down here.
When playing video on YouTube and can't hear a thing, you'll be asking yourself why and how? Here are some methods that will have to be performed to eliminate every possibility and fix the YouTube video no sound issue.
You need to ensure that your iPhone is not set to mute. To check this on iPhone, you need to see the accident toggle button on the phone's side to set the "Ring/Silent" mode. Now increase the volume either from within the settings app or from the sound buttons on the smartphone to see if the video starts audio playback as well or not.
You also need to ensure that the volume button is not set to mute inside the YouTube application because while the iPhone seems fine and works for everything else. Only YouTube is causing the trouble. It can most probably be the volume settings on the app that need to be changed to hear the video sound.
If the volume settings didn't solve your problem, you could be facing a mobile system issue. This can have several reasons: either your iPhone device, while swapping from headphones to speaker volume, got puzzled due to a software glitch, or the iPhone's sound system is completely unable to activate the sound card for audio playing.
You can restart your iPhone by holding the power button for a few seconds and slide the red button to power off the device. Wait for a few seconds to let the device shut down properly, and then press the power button for a few seconds to power on the device again.
If you are using a YouTube app for video playing and facing the no sound on the iPhone issue or YouTube error, you need to see if an update is available for the app because various users' various errors are continually resolved through updating by the developers. And if this is so, the developers would probably update the app to resolve the issue you might be facing right now.
Else, you can re-install the app after deleting it and then installing it from Apple App Store. This will resolve any mobile-specific issues you were facing because there can be situations where a specific model can have issues with the app. Straightaway checks the app to see if the problem is fixed.
Trying to play a YouTube video through a browser window on your iPhone and can't hear a thing. You can attempt one of these solutions:
Open the browser settings and check if the sound settings of the browser are set to mute. And if they are, unmute the browser settings and check if you can hear the sound of YouTube videos.
If there's an update to the app available on the app store, you need to update the browser app to improve video and audio streaming. An update generally includes bug fixes and app upgrades to increase performance.
Browsers utilize plugins and extensions to play YouTube videos, so if either of them fails, the YouTube videos will not play seamlessly. YouTube uses an HTML5 video player in almost every popular web browser. If the browser cannot load the video player properly, it can cause problems in the playback. A straightforward solution to these problems can be restarting your web browser and opening the YouTube video to realize if the problem continues or is resolved. If it isn't resolved, you can either reinstall the same browser or install an alternative that you feel might be better than the one already installed.
Browsing data consists of browsing sessions, web pages history, cache, cookies, etc. When this data amasses, it can hinder the smooth browsing experience or even result in no voice on YouTube. Clear cache and cookies that may be causing the problem select the options menu in the browsers like Chrome or Firefox, click on 'history,' and then select 'Clear browsing data.' You will get two tabs – Basic, with options to clear the cache, cookies, or browsing history, while under the Advanced tab, you will be able to clear saved passwords and site settings. When you select the options, press the 'clear data' button, and the browser is like new. Reopen the browser, open YouTube, and see if the sound has resumed.
Still, you can clear YouTube app data from the mobile settings, which will wipe out any issues with the application, and it will be as you just installed it. To delete the app data cache, go to 'Settings' on your iPhone, then 'General' and then 'iPhone Storage.' Now scroll down to the bottom, and you'll see apps, select the YouTube app and take a look at the 'Documents & Data' associated with the app and you can delete it from here.
However, most browsers and apps are not using Adobe Flash Player for streaming video, audio, multimedia, and RIA (Rich Internet Application). Certain older devices may still be employing the technology to stream video and audio on apps and browsers, resulting in problems like audio playback issues. There can be a problem in the installed version, and an update might be available for installation, which can be checked on Adobe's website.
We also provide different and complete solutions for Android phone users.
It would help if you made sure that your Android smartphone is not set to mute. On the android device, you need to go settings and then sound to check if the sound is set to mute. If yes, then unmute it and increase the volume either from within the settings app or from the sound buttons on the smartphone to see if the video starts audio playback as well or not.
You also need to ensure that inside the YouTube application, the volume button is not set to mute because while the android smartphone seems fine and works for everything else and only YouTube is facing the problem, it can most probably be the volume settings on the app that needs to be changed to hear the video sound.
In case the volume settings couldn't solve your problem, you might be facing an Android system problem. Several reasons can cause this, either your android device, while switching from headphones to speaker volume, got stuck due to a software bug, or the sound system of the smartphone is altogether having a problem in activating the sound card for audio playing.
You can restart your smartphone android by holding the power button for a few seconds and then selecting the restart from the menu that appears. After your device restarts, you can check again if the problem persists or has been solved.
If you are using a YouTube app for video playing and facing the no sound on YouTube android or YouTube error, you need to see if an update to the app is available because several of the bugs and issues faced by users are constantly resolved through updates by the developers. And if that is the case, the developers would likely have updated the app to resolve the issue you might be facing right now.
Otherwise, you can re-install the app after deleting the app and installing it from Google Play Store. This will resolve any mobile-specific problems you were probably facing because there can be situations where a specific device can have issues with the app. Again check to see if the problem is resolved or not.
If you are attempting to play a YouTube video via a browser window on your android smartphone and can't hear a thing. You can try one of these:
Go to the browser settings and check whether the sound settings of the browser are set to mute. And if they are, unmute the browser settings so you can hear the sound of YouTube videos.
If there's an update available, you need to update the browser app. It can also improve video and audio streaming. An update generally includes bug fixes and new tools to increase the performance.
Browsers use plugins and extensions to play YouTube videos, so if either of them fails, the YouTube video won't play perfectly. YouTube uses HTML5 video player in most popular web browsers, and if the browser isn't able to load the HTML video player, it can cause problems during the playback. An easy solution to these problems can be restarting your web browser and reloading the YouTube video to see if the problem persists or is resolved. If not, you can either reinstall the same browser or go for another browser that you think might be better than the one already installed.
Browsing data consists of web page history, browsing sessions, cache, cookies, etc. When a lot of this data accumulates, it can slow down the browsing experience or even cause no voice on YouTube. You can clear out all the data cache and cookies that might be resulting in the problem, click the options menu on any browser like Chrome or Firefox, click on 'history' and then select 'Clear browsing data.' Here you'll be presented with two tabs – Basic, with options to clear the cache, cookies, or browsing history, while under the Advanced tab, you can also clear saved passwords, autofill form data, and site settings, etc. Once you select your preferences to press the 'Clear data' button, and whoop, everything is just like new. Reopen the browser and go to YouTube to see if the sound has returned.
You can also clear the mobile settings' YouTube app data, which will clear any issues with the app and make it look new. For clearing the data cache from settings to go to 'Settings' on your android mobile, then select the app, it will open the 'App info' screen where you can either 'uninstall updates' if you think updates caused the problem of YouTube not working on android. Or if that isn't the problem, you can select the 'Storage' option, and you'll see two buttons, 'Clear Storage' and 'Clear Cache.' If you click the first one, it will permanently delete all the app's data with files, settings, databases, and associated accounts. With the cache option, it will only clear the data cache it accumulated while operating the app. These little modifications might help solve the problem.
Though most of the apps and browsers are not using Adobe Flash Player for streaming video, audio, multimedia, and RIA (Rich Internet Application), some older devices might still be using the technology to stream video and audio on apps and browsers, which can cause problems like audio playback issues. There can be a problem in the installed version, or in that case, an update might be available for installation that can be checked on Adobe's website. The plugin needs to be updated regularly to work efficiently and then see if the problem is resolved or not.
There can be numerous reasons for a video to get corrupted and lose its sound.
Digital videos come in various formats, and all are interconvertible. This means they are easily converted from one format to another, but handling video files improperly can corrupt the files.
Virus and Bugs
Viruses and bugs can tarnish the video files and cause the files to misplace file components.
Faulty Video converter
Often videos are converted from one file format to another, for example, to upload on YouTube. But if the video converter software is not authentic and corrupt itself, it can damage the video file. (Convert Video Formats Properly)
Operating system issues
Operating systems are massive software vulnerable to malfunction. If the OS file system gets corrupted, all the video files on the system will be damaged.
The following steps can prevent YouTube no sound problems.
Problems like this can sprout at any time in this ever-changing digital world. The YouTube platform, devices running the video playback, and everything in between can create issues of the sort – no sound on YouTube video. But like everything else, there are problems and solutions available to fix them. Wondershare creates an array of simple software solutions for life's everyday challenges and has brought another simple yet efficient software solution for our problem. Using Wondershare Repairit, we can repair the sound of the corrupt or broken YouTube video.