We offer you 5 ways to improve the sounds of your Android phone, without having to buy anything and also in a very simple way. The mobile phones, that electronic device that is almost permanently-anchored to our limb and with which we do almost everything. From work to communication; It, however, amuses us, it learns, it teaches us… However, in a mobile phone, there are many endless electronic devices. Including an excellent multimedia players.
With an Android smartphones, we can listen to music, watch music videos, we can play movies, series etc.. The screen is essential, of course, but also the speakers and the connection with the headphones
Ok, you already have your phones and your headphones, whether wired or wireless. Your smartphones has decent audio, but you do like something better. How to get it without- investing more money? Let us see how to get it in 5 steps.
When we listen to musics, music files have specific level of quality & compression. The sound reproduced is better when the quality of the files is increased. This, which at first seems obvious , we usually forget when we create our music library.
If you are downloading and installing songs in MP3 format, it is better to look for them with a higher sampling rate & bitrate. You can also opt for lower-quality files, such as FLAC. eventually you use services like Spotify, you have to enter the configurations and increase the quality of the streaming and even the offline lists. clearly, keep in mind the memory of your phone: the higher the quality of the music, the more space which they will occupy.
Find your phone’s equalization settings-
Many brands usually install different audio-enhancements on their devices with which to optimize the music & sound of the movies. Not all phones have these settings, but it is worth checking out.
Usually, just go into the Android -settings and sneak into the sound settings. In this case, there should be good access to improving the sound in the form of an equalizer. There is another- way to discover them:
Open your Spotify applications.
Go to the “Your Library” tabs.
Click on the sprocket for an adjustments, top right.
Look for the “Equalizer” options.
Install an application to improve the sounds
If you do not have equalization settings on your Android mobile-device, or even if you have them, you can always install an application with which so as to improve the sound of your smartphone. And we chose the best: Noozxoide EIZO rewire ™ PRO.
An absolutely impressive tool is included under which indefinable name. It includes not only sound settings but many DSP configurations and many other improvements & optimizations to get a sound adapted to your ears. The level of options is overwhelming: it is worth trying the app. We highly recommend it.
Make sure the case doesn’t cover the sound
If however you are listening to the mobile phone through the external speaker, you must bear in mind that any obstacle will block the sound or that this is distorted.
Make sure that the case doesn’t block the holes in the speakers, usually located at the base of the phone. One trick is to remove- the cover at the loudspeakers to direct the exit forward. It seem not, but your series, movies or songs will however feel better.
Enhance Bluetooth-audio by forcing a better quality code;
A final step, that will help you if you have a Bluetooth-headset, is to force a better quality audio-codec. Not all phones will include the compatibility with these codecs, not even the headphones. But, if the 2 devices offer the possibility, you will definitely notice a change.
How to change the audio-codec so that the sound transmitted to the Bluetooth headset or the speaker is of the highest quality? Simple, read.
First, you need to check which of the codecs are compatible with headphones or speakers. If you force a codec from the smartphone that the audio device does not identify, you will however get the opposite effect to what you are seeking for.
It is time to activate the developer’s settings. You should already know how it is done: go to the Android settings and go to the Phone-information section; Locate the software options and then click on Build Number ten times. A new menu will have been activated-.
Access the developer settings & go to the networks section.
Enter Bluetooth audio-codec and select the one with the highest-quality and compatible with headphones or speakers.
Set the “Audio sample rate” & “Audio Bits per sample to the maximum possible. You have to take into account the capacities of the headphones/speakers and as well the compression of the music you have stored: it does not matter if you impose better quality if your songs do not have that quality.
If you use the LDAC-codec, you can force playback quality.
These settings musn’t be available on your smartphone: everything will have to depend on the qualities of its components, the Bluetooth version & the fact that the manufacturer has enabled them or not. It’s advisable to mess with these settings and find the best playback level.