Redmi Device Automatic Volume up Problem !

All Redmi and Mi devices are experiencing an issue with the volume automatically increasing. This problem has persisted for a long time and is not related to hardware but rather to software. Redmi Device Automatic Volume up Problem. Despite numerous updates, this issue has not been resolved. Here are some quick fixes to temporarily remove the bug.


During this issue, do not turn off or restart your device, as it may lead to your device entering recovery mode. In recovery mode, you won’t have access to your touchscreen and will need to navigate using the volume up, down, and power buttons. Since your volume up key is stuck, it may cause the device to enter fastboot mode.

1.Disable volume up key

The initial step is to disable the volume up key to prevent the automatic increasing issue. To disable the volume key, install Button Mapper from the Play Store.

  • After installation, grant AUTOSTART permission to the button mapper and ensure there are no battery restrictions. If any issues arise, leave a comment below, and I will respond
  • Once you’ve given the necessary permissions, you’ll find the ‘Volume Up’ option on the home page.
  • Press ‘Volume Up,’ and you’ll see the customization option; turn it on.
  • Now, change the default to ‘No Action’ for both single tap and long press.

2.Force restart your device (only after disable volume key)

To force restart your device, press and hold the power button for a few seconds until the device powers off. This should resolve your issue. I recommend disabling the volume up key for a few days and uninstalling the button mapper application.

3.If this problem still exists

If the problem persists, it is recommended to contact the official service center. In most cases,this issue automatically resloves itself.

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