I’m running Linux Mint and using Audacity with my Audient iD14.
Everything works flawlessly except: I can’t hear myself via the headphones (plugged into the iD14, with the headphone button selected and the headphone volume at the proper level) when I record.
Choosing the iD14 as the output via Audacity doesn’t help.
Thanks – I appreciate your time and suggestions.
I don’t know if my USB is broken, but I do know that I can hear the usual notification sound when I plug it into whatever which port I decide. The problem is that I can’t find the memory, it’s invisible now. More info I can give you: I formatted it after it refused to assimilate files that I’ve tried to replace onto it. I’m confused: did I messed up my Kingston DT50 16GB flash memory drive with that formatting? Also I can’t find any drivers for it in the official site. What should I do?
See the picture. The first half is when I have it plugged – obviously PC recognized it, but it not appears to me.
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It’d be very helpful if you tell me something.
The 2-step verification used to work. But today, when I sign in the account, my android device does not popup the verificaiton window at all. I only hear the notification sound, but no popup and no notification at all. This is just weird.
All special actions I did after its last working time are (1) create a second user account on android mobile (2) this is dual-sim cards mobile. I removed my primary sim card.
I am not sure if the above two actions are the cause or not. But I do hear a notification sound, but with no popup window at all.
So What is the problem? and How can I do the 2-step verification now?
Thanks a lot.
What happens if a bard tries to give a target a Bardic Inspiration, but that target happens to be unable to hear the bard due to deafness or a Silence spell. Does the bard lose one of their bardic inspiration uses anyway?
I have problem with booting my ubuntu on laptop.
After boot I have only black screen. I can hear sounds by pressing volume buttons, I can enable cli mode, but Im not able to do anything else. Only solution for that is closing my laptop and opening it again. It acts exactly like on this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLzAR2ed4EY
I already tried to use quiet splash, nomodeset, grub_gfxmode=… etc.
What can I do to fix that?
Im using Lenovo Yoga 11e 3rd gen with Intel Celeron N3150 and integrated graphic card. I have same problem on ubuntu 19.04, 18.04.2. Also tried Kali and Mint but with same result.
Called number getting the voice properly. Voice recording is also OK i.e. Mic is working fine. Before that receiver was working fine but Mic was having issues (called person was not able to hear my voice & I was getting his voice clearly). Headphone is also not working. Is that motherboard issue or any software related issue? Phone Model: Samsung A50 Android 9 (Pie) Version
No one can hear me on my Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Edge when they call me or I call them. I hear them clearly, but I have to race to turn the speaker on before they hang up. How do I fix this problem when it seems my mic works fine when I use an app to record myself
I have Oukitel K5000, Android 7 android phone.
It had been working and at some point months ago, callers started hearing taping noise.
I just restored it to factory settings but still when I go to recorder… when I record something and hear it back… I hear consistent tapping noise.
What else can I do to fix this ?
When i plugin headset in the jack and open any audio/video, I’m able to hear the audio being played. While when i connect to skype, bluejeans and do audio testing, i am unable to hear my own voice. Unfortunately one of my interview was messed out due to this issue. Can you please help me and let me know if you need any other details?
I’ve tried multiple links here and here as well but that didn’t helped. Volume under settings – sound – input and output are full and not mute.
I’d like to buy a wireless bluetooth headset to not disturbing others by my TV sound but I’m wondering how private the transmission will be?
Can a neighbour with a bluetooth headset hear my TV’s bluetooth emission through a wooden wall? If so, how can I avoid it?