Dolby Atmos is a surround sound system owned by Dolby Laboratories. With this system they have tried to create a sort of hybrid mix that converts sounds into dynamic objects that involve the user , and this technology has already been applied in one commercial cinemas time.
What we will introduce in this article on how to install Dolby Atmos in your Android terminal is a port of the same technology directly extracted from a terminal of Lenovo. That’s what they say in XDA Developers , although they have not specified what exactly we are talking terminal.
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What he has commented the dev is that if we have another application on the device Dolby this could present a conflict , so the developer we recommend uninstalling any other application that may have Dolby.
Installing Dolby Atmos in our Android
As Dolby Atmos comes in a ZIP flasheable obviously apart permits root will need to have the bootloaderunlocked and have a custom recovery -at TWRP as already alluded to when explaining how to install a ROM – or which ClockWorkMod you can get through the app ROM Manager in some terminals-.
To install Dolby Atmos in our terminal will have to follow the following steps:
- Download the ZIP link that we leave at end of article
- Restart in recovery
- Install ZIP
The developer has included two ZIP files flasheables : One with the installation and another to uninstall the app . Both should flash from the recovery , both Dolby Atmos have to leave to have it.
If you think Dolby Atmos can help you improve the sound quality of your phone and want to try, do not hesitate to download the application . Come and tell us your impressions if you dare to try it.
XDA Developers | Installer Dolby Atmos
XDA Developers | Uninstaller Dolby Atmos