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[TEST] Dolby Atmos equalizer for OxygenOS 11 (without root!)

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alek889

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Apr 5, 2014
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Hi, I wrote a similar thread some time ago in the section for OnePlus 7 Pro, but the Dolby Atmos app that ran on OxygenOS 10 doesn't work on OOS 11, therefore I'm creating a new, separate thread.

Here is guide how to install it:

Step 1: Download "Minimal ADB and Fastboot" to your computer, then enable USB debugging on your phone, then connect the phone to the computer and run the file "cmd-here", which you will find in the folder with ADB and Fastboot.

Step 2: Now you need to debloat the Dolby Atmos system controller, to do this, you must enter the following commands in the fastboot console: (don't forget to allow USB debugging on your phone! After connecting the phone to the computer, the phone will ask you if you allow it)
Code:
adb shell
pm uninstall --user 0 com.oneplus.sound.tuner
If all went well, then you should see the message "Success" in the console, now you need to restart the phone, when it reboots, you will not find the "Dolby Atmos" in the phone's settings and thats okay.
If you don't do it then the Dolby settings will reset once in a while, e.g. after a system reboot, that's why you had to do step 1 and 2 first before downloading the application.

Step 3: Install Dolby Atmos app!

You can also restore Dolby system settings at any time using this command in adb shell, but I don't recommend doing it if you want to use another Dolby control app:
Code:
cmd package install-existing com.oneplus.sound.tuner

Mirror link: Google Drive
Full credits for that app goes to @reiryuki {Mod edit}
You should change the treat title to "Root",cause all the "working steps" are for rooted devices.
 
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Marcuss4

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May 12, 2015
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You should change the treat title to "Root",cause all the "working steps" are for rooted devices.

This is actually not true..
I managed to get this working on OxygenOS 10.
Exactly the same steps and I have not rooted my oneplus 8..

On OxygenOS 11 the app force closes. Maby this new apk will work.
 

sirioo

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Sep 28, 2011
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Naples
it doesn't work after format system with root. before formatting the system it worked with root. Can't open dolby app ..

edit :

started working again o_O
 
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sirioo

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Sep 28, 2011
684
283
Naples
I am attaching the same version but with red and orange Thema.

Thanks to @LoreBadTime

 

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aidrabmol

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Apr 4, 2008
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Laxe, A Coruña
After upgrade my OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren to Android 11 the Dolby Atmos doesn't work too. I reinstalled the original app and it continues without equalizer. Sound is good but without low frequencies in my earphones. I need the complete app again and I don't want to root my phone.
 

superchilpil

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Sep 26, 2009
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OP, encouraging the usage of such an old ADB and Fastboot package is not a good idea.
You might not think it matters, but the Fastboot binary in that package isn't compatible with this phone.
So worst case a user with minimal knowledge could download those, and assume that they don't need to download the newer ones from google, then soft brick their phone using those tools without any indication why the binaries aren't working.

You should always point them to using the ones provided from google. You no longer need to download the whole SDK to get the binaries and that's why Minimal ADB and Fastboot stopped getting updated
 

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    Hi, I wrote a similar thread some time ago in the section for OnePlus 7 Pro, but the Dolby Atmos app that ran on OxygenOS 10 doesn't work on OOS 11, therefore I'm creating a new, separate thread.

    Here is guide how to install it:

    Step 1: Download "Minimal ADB and Fastboot" to your computer, then enable USB debugging on your phone, then connect the phone to the computer and run the file "cmd-here", which you will find in the folder with ADB and Fastboot.

    Step 2: Now you need to debloat the Dolby Atmos system controller, to do this, you must enter the following commands in the fastboot console: (don't forget to allow USB debugging on your phone! After connecting the phone to the computer, the phone will ask you if you allow it)
    Code:
    adb shell
    pm uninstall --user 0 com.oneplus.sound.tuner
    If all went well, then you should see the message "Success" in the console, now you need to restart the phone, when it reboots, you will not find the "Dolby Atmos" in the phone's settings and thats okay.
    If you don't do it then the Dolby settings will reset once in a while, e.g. after a system reboot, that's why you had to do step 1 and 2 first before downloading the application.

    Step 3: Install Dolby Atmos app!

    You can also restore Dolby system settings at any time using this command in adb shell, but I don't recommend doing it if you want to use another Dolby control app:
    Code:
    cmd package install-existing com.oneplus.sound.tuner

    Mirror link: Google Drive
    Full credits for that app goes to @reiryuki {Mod edit}
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    this doesn't work for me. Once I install the app. I can't open it. It just crashes when i click on it.
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    HI.

    Same here. I did exactly what you mentioned and did not work at all.
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    Anyone knows how to install Dolby Atmos and get it working on Android 11 without root?

    The installation guide in the OP won't work for me....

    Thx in advance!
    Clark
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    Hi, I wrote a similar thread some time ago in the section for OnePlus 7 Pro, but the Dolby Atmos app that ran on OxygenOS 10 doesn't work on OOS 11, therefore I'm creating a new, separate thread.

    Here is guide how to install it:

    Step 1: Download "Minimal ADB and Fastboot" to your computer, then enable USB debugging on your phone, then connect the phone to the computer and run the file "cmd-here", which you will find in the folder with ADB and Fastboot.

    Step 2: Now you need to debloat the Dolby Atmos system controller, to do this, you must enter the following commands in the fastboot console: (don't forget to allow USB debugging on your phone! After connecting the phone to the computer, the phone will ask you if you allow it)
    Code:
    adb shell
    pm uninstall --user 0 com.oneplus.sound.tuner
    If all went well, then you should see the message "Success" in the console, now you need to restart the phone, when it reboots, you will not find the "Dolby Atmos" in the phone's settings and thats okay.
    If you don't do it then the Dolby settings will reset once in a while, e.g. after a system reboot, that's why you had to do step 1 and 2 first before downloading the application.

    Step 3: Install Dolby Atmos app!

    You can also restore Dolby system settings at any time using this command in adb shell, but I don't recommend doing it if you want to use another Dolby control app:
    Code:
    cmd package install-existing com.oneplus.sound.tuner

    Mirror link: Google Drive
    Full credits for that app goes to @reiryuki {Mod edit}
    You should change the treat title to "Root",cause all the "working steps" are for rooted devices.