[HOWTO] Configure Dolby Atmos Equalizer Presets

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androcheck

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Hi! :)

The LePro3 (at least the LeX720 model) comes with Dolby Atmos (don't ask me what this does in detail, I am no audio expert). In the system settings under "Sounds & vibration" almost at the bottom of the list, you will find the entry "Dolby Atmos" where you can enable or disable this feature, as well as choose from 4 different equalizer presets ("Movie", "Music", "Game", "Voice").

When examining the contents of the system I noticed that there is also a GUI App for Dolby installed (package "com.dolby.daxappUI" in path "/system/vendor/app/Ds2UI/Ds2UI.apk"), but until now I didn't see any app launcher or shortcut to open the Dolby setting app. But fortunately it's easy to create your own shortcut for it. using the Dolby settings UI it's possible to change the equalizer settings of the 4 presets.

HOWTO:
(see also the attached screenshots)

  • Install AnyCut from Play Store (you can remove it again after you have created the shortcut)
  • Start AnyCut and tap "New shortcut"
  • Choose "Activity"
  • Scroll down the list and find the entry "Dolby"
  • Choose a custom name for the shortcut or leave the default "Dolby"
  • Now you should have a "Dolby" icon on your home screen
  • Open "Dolby"
  • Doube tap on one of the equalizer presets
  • Change what you want :)
 

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Hi! :)

The LePro3 (at least the LeX720 model) comes with Dolby Atmos (don't ask me what this does in detail, I am no audio expert). In the system settings under "Sounds & vibration" almost at the bottom of the list, you will find the entry "Dolby Atmos" where you can enable or disable this feature, as well as choose from 4 different equalizer presets ("Movie", "Music", "Game", "Voice").

When examining the contents of the system I noticed that there is also a GUI App for Dolby installed (package "com.dolby.daxappUI" in path "/system/vendor/app/Ds2UI/Ds2UI.apk"), but until now I didn't see any app launcher or shortcut to open the Dolby setting app. But fortunately it's easy to create your own shortcut for it. using the Dolby settings UI it's possible to change the equalizer settings of the 4 presets.

HOWTO:
(see also the attached screenshots)

  • Install AnyCut from Play Store (you can remove it again after you have created the shortcut)
  • Start AnyCut and tap "New shortcut"
  • Choose "Activity"
  • Scroll down the list and find the entry "Dolby"
  • Choose a custom name for the shortcut or leave the default "Dolby"
  • Now you should have a "Dolby" icon on your home screen
  • Open "Dolby"
  • Doube tap on one of the equalizer presets
  • Change what you want :)

I've done this and got the Dolby Atmos icon. One odd thing though when I go into the different presets and 2 Customs Settings - I try dragging up the EQ faders and they bounce back down - they don't stay fixed which is odd.
 

glitterninja

New member
Mar 16, 2017
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Sorry to bump an older thread, but I wanted to mention what lovesounds1607 says -- the changes don't stay when I try to adjust the equalizer. However, I think the issue is that what visually LOOKS like the middle setting on the equalizer is actually the highest the setting can go, which is why the indicator bounces/slides back down.

This was a good workaround for a Dolby Atmos icon on my desktop. However, I did also want to note that when I went out to the Dolby Atmos app through the Spotify app's equalizer option (library -> settings -> equalizer) I had more options to choose from than if I just went out from my phone's home page.
 

gamal Ramadan

New member
Jan 5, 2018
1
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Try it this Nokia 6 not supported.im very sad Dolby Atmos in Nokia 6 very bad only to option music mode or theater mode sound is very low in my jbl earphone 😦
 

kukuteku

Senior Member
Aug 21, 2013
484
177
Thank you, this its a pretty good trick!. Dolby its great but do not work with AIMP player. Work fine with Stock music player and Power Audio Pro, but I like AIMP and Dolby do not work, any solution?
 

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    Hi! :)

    The LePro3 (at least the LeX720 model) comes with Dolby Atmos (don't ask me what this does in detail, I am no audio expert). In the system settings under "Sounds & vibration" almost at the bottom of the list, you will find the entry "Dolby Atmos" where you can enable or disable this feature, as well as choose from 4 different equalizer presets ("Movie", "Music", "Game", "Voice").

    When examining the contents of the system I noticed that there is also a GUI App for Dolby installed (package "com.dolby.daxappUI" in path "/system/vendor/app/Ds2UI/Ds2UI.apk"), but until now I didn't see any app launcher or shortcut to open the Dolby setting app. But fortunately it's easy to create your own shortcut for it. using the Dolby settings UI it's possible to change the equalizer settings of the 4 presets.

    HOWTO:
    (see also the attached screenshots)

    • Install AnyCut from Play Store (you can remove it again after you have created the shortcut)
    • Start AnyCut and tap "New shortcut"
    • Choose "Activity"
    • Scroll down the list and find the entry "Dolby"
    • Choose a custom name for the shortcut or leave the default "Dolby"
    • Now you should have a "Dolby" icon on your home screen
    • Open "Dolby"
    • Doube tap on one of the equalizer presets
    • Change what you want :)
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    Love Dolby Atmos, iv used it on my Nexus 6P, best dynamic EQ available

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