Here is a simple and easy guide to Install Dolby Atmos On Android 8.0 Oreo [ZTE Axon 7 Port]: Dolby Atmos is the new format in the audio world and it is used for creating multichannel based movie soundtrack. In layman’s term, it is a surrounding audio technology programmed by Dolby Laboratories. It creates a dynamic and powerful audio experience and it is based on the principle of audio objects and overhead speakers. This new technology gives freedom of the movie sound makers to create sounds as per their requirements such that the audiences get to hear the sound what the way sound maker wanted them to hear. This is what is responsible for the creation of 3D sound effects. It needs the speakers to be placed all around a room to create the desired sound effect.
Dolby Atmos for Android 8.0 Oreo is available for download for all the Android devices having the latest operating system. It is possible due to XDA developer Guitardedhero who has provided a stable build of Dolby Atmos for Android 8.0 Oreo-based device. The build has been tried on ZTE Axon 7 and it worked perfectly. This is an initial release and it is expected to work on all devices running on Android 8.0 Oreo.
The app comes with dialogue enhancer, surround virtualizer and volume leveler and these controls are not available accurate on any other audio app. You will also get the option of Intelligent Equalizers mode which you can set rather than the manual mode.
- You must have a custom recovery installed on your smartphone such as TWRP recovery.
- You must take a full backup of your device data for safety purpose.
- You must have at least 30% of battery charge.
- Download Dolby Atmos For Android 8.0 Oreo
Steps To Install Dolby Atmos On Android 8.0 Oreo Based Devices (Axon 7 Port)
Step 1. Download Dolby Atmos from the download section above and store it on your device’s storage.
Step 2. Switch off your device and reboot it to TWRP recovery. There are different key combinations required based on your device and you should press the right key combination to reboot your device into TWRP mode.
Step 3. In the recovery menu, go to Backup option and create a Nandroid Backup.
Step 4. Go to the home menu of TWRP recovery menu and then select Install option and browse and select the downloaded Dolby Atmos file. Swipe to confirm the installation.
Wait for a few minutes and then reboot your device in the normal way.