Aug 17 2020 01:16 AM
Aug 17 2020 01:21 AM
I have version 1.3.00.21956 and I have Test call in settings > Devices. Do you run Teams in English, if not try that.
Aug 17 2020 01:26 AMSolution
Hi and welcome to the Microsoft Tech Community!
I found a solution from Microsoft themselves here:
To make a test call, select your profile picture, then Settings > Devices.
Choose Make a test call under Audio devices.
In a test call, you'll see how your mic, speaker, and camera are working. Follow the instructions from Test Call Bot and record a short message. The message will play back for you. After that, you'll get a summary of the test call, and you can go to your device settings to make changes.
The test call feature is only available in English for now. Additional languages are coming soon.
We'll delete your test recording immediately after the call. It won't be retained or used by Microsoft.
The test call feature is currently unavailable for Teams on the web.
I hope this helps
Jul 15 2021 03:49 AM
I don't know what you guys are looking at when dealing with the 'no test call' button, but this really needs to be addressed - and no, having to set language to English is not the solution. Even if you can't make a test call, there should at least be an indication that the mic is working - a sound bar perhaps? I have downloaded Teams to 2 Android devices, a Windows 10 device, and a Linux device. As far as I can tell, it works ONLY on the Linux and that took 3 hours to get it to that point AND it is still having trouble identifying the right microphone and camera. I have programming for 30 years. I am not a novice. Is there a solution out there or should I just insist on using other services with anyone who wants to contact me?
Aug 11 2021 10:48 AM
@ go to setting, devices and there is no TEST Call option.
It shows nothing. Do I have an out of date program?
I have an important meeting and they told me to down load this for a conference call and it just sucks!
Aug 11 2021 10:50 AM