Dolby Atmos is the angel on your shoulder, or better to say on your speakers’ shoulders that you’ve been waiting for.
Regardless of your phone’s price or specs, Dolby has this capability of taking your speakers to the next level, with better sound ,better bass and basically better everything.
Even the lowest cost earphones can be turned into a bass-rich sound environment
We’ve got 3D movies and even 3D games, so why not 3D sound, right? Dolby claimed to “move sound” in three dimensional space, and move it did!
It even has the capability of creating “overhead” sensations for objects which should be overhead you (sleek, right?)
So yeah, it’s the best sound engine available for Android phones right about now.
The only problem? Dolby Atmos isn’t exactly available on every cell phone out there. So how do you get it on your Android Oreo devices? If that’s what you’ve been asking, ask no more!
In the next couple minutes, you’ll learn how to Install Dolby Atmos for your Android Oreo devices, period.
How to Install Dolby Atmos for Android Oreo
You’ll need the Dolby Atmos file, which you can download from this link. (It’s better if you do this from your cell phone instead of a PC, or you can download the file on a PC and transfer it to your cell as well).
Of course before you do any of this, you need to have TWRP installed on your phone so here’s a link that tells you how to install TWRP on any phone.
Once downloaded, you’ll need to activate the “TWRP” mode, well it’s not as hard as the term sounds, simply hold the “volume + power down” button on your Android device.
After couple seconds the device should reboot and you’ll be presented with the following screen:
As indicated in the screenshot, tap on the “install” button, and then you’d want to choose the Dolby Atmos .zip file you downloaded some time ago.
Once you’ve selected the file, swipe right on your device. This confirms the installation for you.
So what you did just now is you installed the Dolby Atmos (mod / module whatever you want to call it) on your device.
Now you can access the Dolby Atmos app from your device’s app drawer /main menu.
Well fire up the app, it totally has a sleep design I must say, you see that “power” icon on the top-left corner? Tap it once to activate the equalizer.
So get them on and you should be alright.
Final Words on How to get Dolby Atmos for Android Oreo
So that’s a wrap folks. I guess that wasn’t hard, was it? It takes like not more than 5 minutes to get the whole thing up and running.
Although this is just one of the possible ways to get Dolby Atmos for Android Oreo. Do let me know if you’re aware of other ways to do this.
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