Are you trying to re-kindle your lost passion for singing on Smule, but met with a technical problem? Then this is the article you were looking for!
Smule is a karaoke app, and a great one may I add! It has over 10 million songs for users to choose from and sing along to. It is by far the most famous app in the karaoke genre. There is music and lyrics already available in the app. So a user only needs a mic to get started. But this is where the topic of this article comes into play. Many users have been facing an issue where the Smule app fails to record their voice. This not only beats the entire point of the app but also spoils the experience for a new user. But you won’t have to worry about that since you have this article by your side.
Read through the possible fixes for your problem mentioned below. Follow the steps given and you will be back to recording yourself singing in no time!
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Fixes for Smule not recording my voice:
This is a major issue for Android users. Not that users on a different device may not face this problem. But the privacy policies on an Android device are often governed by Google. And a slight change in your Privacy settings and make big changes in your system. So it is quite possible that Smule’s permission to use the mic on your phone has been revoked for some reason. To fix that, go into your device settings and look for the “Permissions” tab. Select it and find the Smule app there. Give Smule permission to use the microphone on your device and then try recording. Smule will record your voice without any issues post this step.
Many users who have been creating videos on Smule for a long time recommend avoiding Bluetooth devices. Especially, Bluetooth earphones or headphones should be avoided since they are often the reason for the trouble. If your phone doesn’t have an audio jack, use an extension to connect a wired headphone through the charging port. This should fix the issue.
Install an older version of the app:
Now, this is a rather lengthy step but bear with me. Smule keeps on releasing updates regularly. And the possibility of one of those updates being unstable is high. Hence, you should try installing an older version of the app to fix the issue. Take a look at your older recordings on Smule and find out the video where your voice has no issues at all. The recording is as crisp as it can be and everything is just perfect. Take a look at the date of that recording. Keep that date in mind and uninstall the Smule app from your device. Now click here and find the version of Smule closest to that date. Install that version and sign into your account. This should fix the issue for you. Make sure to turn off automatic updates for Smule and everything should be okay.