Skype is a well-known telecommunication application that is used in video conference communications over devices like computers, tablets, phones, gaming consoles, and smartwatches. It’s a great way to come together and discuss our opinions or information with opposite side users. Whether it’s a classroom, business, or even family event Skype comes in handy.
Skype users are facing some errors and issues. Users are reporting that Skype Audio is not in sync or delayed. So it’s a kinda asynchronous audio problem, this could affect you badly if you’re in an important meeting or communication. if you’re facing the same issue, you’re on the right post.
We’ve managed to provide a simple guide that will help you to fix Skype audio out of sync error. Without further ado, let’s get started.
How to Fix Skype Audio Out of Sync Error
Let me inform you first that there could be many reasons behind the Skype Audio Out sync problem. Some of the basic solutions are to make sure to have a good internet connection, not updates the app to its latest version. But the bug is still bothering you, follow the guide till the end.
1. Restart the Device
The major thing you can do is restart your device. You simply do this by long press on your power button on your device or from the main menu option. And try the Skype application again.
2. Turning Airplane mode ON/OFF
If you’re in a hurry or the problem is with your network. Then you can try Airplane mode to eliminate the issue. Here’s how you do that:
- Visit Notification Panel > tap on Airplane icon
- If you tap on Airplane mode simultaneously it will turn On/Off.
- This will refresh your network, try to run the Skype app, and check the issue is resolved.
3. Update Skype
Make sure you update the Skype application on the latest version. To check the Skype update:
- Visit Google Play Store
- Find Skype using the search bar
- Check for update, if it’s available, update it
- Try to run Skype, the issue must be resolved now.
4. Delete App Cache
The cache is the unwanted files that consume space on your device. To delete the cache:
- Visit Settings > My Apps > Find Skype
- Once found
- Visit Storage
- Clear the cache by clicking on the clear cache option
5. Check Internet Connection
A weak internet connection can lead to misbehaving in the Skype application. So make sure your internet connection is strong enough, negotiate by checking WiFi or Inter Data connection. If there’s any problem, it’s time to contact your service provider.
6. Reinstall Skype
If the solution mentioned above is not working. Then try to uninstall the Skype application and perform a reinstall, this will eliminate the error.
That’s it for now. You can comment below for your further queries or your experiences. Till then stay tuned for more info. You can also follow us on Google News or the Telegram group below for real-time notifications whenever Gadget Headline publishes any post.
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