I have the exact same issue when using the bluetooth -- we just got our Ascent a few days ago and this issue has consistently happened when ending calls in the car. I called our dealership to ask, but they did not have an answer. It seems to happen when the volume in the car is above 10When I end a phone call and the system only 2019 Ascent returns to the radio, the volume is extremely high - painfully high. I checked the settings - none of the volume numbers are high. Any ideas?
That is an Android issue, where it is using the previous volume setting, then realizing it's connecting to what it thinks is a headset, and lowering the volume.I've seen this volume diference too (ouch), but my phone/media volume output wasn't nearly all the way up. On first connection, my phone softens its output and gives me a message that Listening at High Volume Through Devices Can Damage Hearing. If I say Ok, it lets me turn up the phone volume output to bluetooth all the way up. At which point, phone calls, phone media, and car radio are pretty close to the same. Well, car AM radio is dead-on, but of course FM blares louder - which I think is an FM station choice, not a radio design issue. (FM stations piss me off with their extra loudness, just like TV commercials blaring over regular programming.)
My setup: Not Android Auto. Using bluetooth connection Android to car.