While it is true that you should never listen to music at dangerously loud volumes, it’s also true that some situations call for an exception. The warning message that appears on your phone when you plug in headphones says “Listening at a high volume for a long time may damage your hearing. The volume will be limited to safe levels.” This is an Android headphone safety feature that prevents users from accidentally blasting their music through their headphones while in public.
Despite being a useful and important feature, the notification can be very annoying at times. Especially when the device is in your pocket or on your desk, it can be easily bumped and the volume can go up without you realizing it. The solution is to block the volume keys, but this can be frustrating if you want to use your phone in a quiet environment.
You can also try using a third-party app that can disable the notification. However, this method is only reliable if the notification hasn’t been blocked by the user. Another option is to reset the settings on your Samsung Galaxy S7. This will not delete your personal data, but it will reset all settings on your phone including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and app permissions.
Lastly, you can also use an Xposed framework module that can disable the message by default or on a scheduled basis. Some examples of these modules include VolumeSteps+, NoSafeVolumeWarning, GravityBox (image on the left) and others.