A great audio experience on a mobile device is hard to find these days. Today let us do something about it. In this guide, we will tell you how to install Dolby Atmos on Android Oreo devices. Dolby Atmos for Android Oreo greatly increases the audio experience on Android devices.
If there is one thing that Android OEMs really need to concentrate on, it should be the audio experience on the mobiles they make. 2017 has been the year of narrow display and I really hope 2018 would be the year of better audio quality on Android devices. By no means, the audio quality is bad on Android. But it is not great either. It’s just okay – nothing special about it. Apple nails the audio experience over the headset on their devices. Even the Android flagships are nowhere close except for the LG V Series of smartphones.
The Dolby Atmos audio mod intends to improve the audio experience on Android devices. When it is nothing compared to having a great audio hardware, it sure improves the experience from okay to good. In this guide, we will tell you how to improve the audio experience on Android devices running Android Oreo using the Dolby Atmos Mod for Oreo.
Dolby Atmos for Android Oreo
There is no shortage of Audio Mods for Android devices. But only a very few stand out. Only a very few support a vast majority of devices. While ViPER4Android is still the top dog in the Audio Mod game, Dolby Atmos is no slouch either. It has garnered quite a bit of fan following over the years.
Thanks to the XDA Recognized Contributor guitardedhero, we can now enjoy the Dolby Atmos Audio Mod on Android Oreo devices. He has managed to port the Dolby Atmos Digital Signal Processor and GUI from the latest ZTE™ Axon 7 Android Oreo firmware to all the devices running Android Oreo. Here come a few screenshots of the Dolby Atmos for Android Oreo:
Image Credits: XDA/guitardedhero
Download Dolby Atmos for Android Oreo
You can download Dolby Atmos for OnePlus 5 by clicking below:
Alternatively, you can visit this link to get the latest version of the mod. The mod is frequently updated and the above version was the latest at the time of writing this.
- Has been tested only on Android Oreo devices. Not for other Android versions.
- Your device must be rooted.
- You must have a custom recovery (TWRP Recommended) installed.
- Make a complete nandroid backup of your device before proceeding.
Steps to Install Dolby Atmos on Android Oreo
While there are many other methods to install Dolby Atmos on Android Oreo devices, the one described below is pretty straightforward and easy.
- Make sure you have read the prerequisites section above and met all the conditions.
- Copy the downloaded Dolby Atmos Zip file to your device.
- Reboot your device into TWRP and make a full Nandroid Backup:⇒ Tap on ‘Backup’ > Select the necessary partitions > create backup.
- Next, go back to the TWRP homescreen and select ‘Install’. Then, select the downloaded file and flash the same.
- Reboot your device.
This is the easiest way to install Dolby Atmos Sound Mod on Android Oreo devices. For other installation methods (like Magisk and many others) and support, be sure to check out the XDA Forum Thread. In case if you run into any trouble, there are some neat escape routes mentioned there – do check out!
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