Facebook videos will have sound automatically. Here is how to disable it.

Facebook videos will automatically have sound when you scroll past the video whether you like it or not. Here is how to disable it:
Disable autoplaying audio on Android
But you can also disable it in the app — which may come with the added benefit of letting Facebook know that you aren’t interested in auto audio. After it gets the new update, simply:
Open the Facebook app
Tap the three horizontal line button in the upper-right corner of the screen (the one that’s just three lines, not the three lines next to a head)
Scroll way, way, down to Help and Settings, and tap App Settings
Tap the little slider to switch Videos in News Feed Start With Sound to the off position
Disable autoplaying audio on iPhone or iPad
Open the Facebook app
Tap the three horizontal line button in the lower-right corner of the screen (the one that’s just three lines, not the three lines next to a head you see in the top-right corner)
Scroll a ways down to Settings.
Tap Settings > Account Settings > Sound
Tap the little slider to switch Videos in News Feed Start With Sound to the off position
That’s it! Just don’t assume that video content creators will necessarily keep moving to provide easy-to-read text for many videos, now that Facebook has sent this clear signal that audio is OK.
Facebook is also making an app for your TV, more on that soon!
https://www.cnet.com/how-to/how-to-mute-facebook-video-autoplay-silent/?ftag=CAD3c77551&bhid=25868511245097845788205878945941

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