You can now enjoy breathtaking Dolby Atmos Audio on any Android device running on Android 4.3, 4.4, 5.0, 5.1, 6.0, 6.0.1, 7.0, 7.1 and 7.1.1 firmware version. Download latest Dolby Atmos Apk from the link below and follow instructions in this guide to properly install it on all Android devices and any firmware version. Get free Dolby Atmos zip Audio for Android and enjoy best possible audio quality even on low and mid-range devices.
If you are not satisfied with the default sound quality of your Android device, there is a way of improving it with Dolby Atmos Audio. Most modern flagship Android phones come with better speakers, fast processors, and premium specs but even with all these beefy features sometimes sound quality on many devices leave a lot to be desired. Smartphones have become an integral part of our daily lives. We use them for carrying out our day to day tasks. Many of us use smartphones for listening to songs, audio recording, soundtracks, and watching movies but we can’t enjoy all of this if sound quality of phone isn’t up to the mark. That’s why having a tool that enhances listening experience becomes essential.
Most Android manufacturers release devices with default universal drivers. Samsung, Sony, HTC, and other big companies take great pains to ensure that sound quality is top-notch on their devices. Bur despite all that effort on OEM’s part often times audio remains below par even though the sound is loud enough.
This is where Dolby Digital Audio comes into the equation. Improving hardware isn’t practical and affordable for that matter once you have purchased an Android smartphone, but you can make changes to the software to take sound quality to another level. Dolby software is world famous and preferred choice of millions around the world for improving audio output quality. Sadly it doesn’t come pre-installed on most Android devices, especially on low and mid-range phones. In this guide, we are going to show you how to get best audio quality out of your Android device.
Thanks to an XDA member worstenbrood who has managed to port Dolby Digital software from a Lenovo device for all Android 4.3 or later running devices. You can use this software tool, called Dolby Atmos, to port same great audio quality onto your Android device.
How to Install Dolby Atmos on any Android Device
In order to install Dolby Atmos on your device, you need to have a custom recovery installed on your device. You can then use a custom recovery to flash the zip file, which is available for download from the link below. We recommend using TWRP recovery to flash zip file but you can use other custom recoveries as well. The flashable file works on Android 4.3, 4.4, 5.0, 5.1, 6.0, 6.0.1 as well as latest Android 7.0, 7.1, 7.1.1 Nougat firmware. So far this has proven to be working find on Samsung, Nexus, HTC, Sony device, but you can try it on other smartphones as well. Follow the steps below to flash Dolby Atmos on your Android device.
Note: Before installing Dolby, make sure to uninstall any equalizer on your device.
1 – Download the ZIP file from the link below.
2 – Move the downloaded file onto your device.
3 – Power off your Android device and boot it into the recovery mode.
4 – Select the Install ZIP from SD Card option from the recovery menu select the zip file.
5 – Next, tap/select Install and wait for the file to flash.
6 – Once completed, reboot your device back into the normal mode.
7 – All done.
After the reboot, you can start enjoying amazing high-quality Dolby Digital sound on any Android device. There is also an Uninstall.zip in the link above, you can use it to remove Dolby from your device if you are not satisfied with the sound quality. For further queries and feedback, contact via comments section below.