How to use “adapt sound” on the galaxy s7 and s8 for better sound quality

A lot of folks complain about the extra features Samsung adds to Android, but while there are some benefits to the slimmer stock Android, the TouchWiz firmware on Galaxy devices definitely has its own advantages.

Your phone creates a personalized equalizer based on your actual hearing.

For instance, a relatively unknown feature called Adapt Sound allows Galaxy users to get some of the best sound quality on any mobile device. The feature essentially tests your hearing with a series of beeps, then uses the data it collects to create a personalized sound profile that it applies system-wide. It makes a huge difference in audio quality, and it only takes a minute or two, so I’ll show you how it works below.

Requirement

Step 1: Find the Setting

Really, the only trick involved here is finding the Adapt Sound setting, because it’s buried pretty deep. So start by heading to the “Sounds and vibration” menu in Settings, then select the “Sound quality and effects” option at the bottom of the menu. From here, choose “Adapt Sound,” then select the “Personalized sound” entry on the following menu.

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Step 2: Take the Hearing Test

At this point, the screen will prompt you to plug in a pair of headphones (either wired or Bluetooth), then find a quiet place. Once you’ve done that, press the “Start” button, then Adapt Sound will play a series of faint beeps in both of your ears at varying frequencies.

After each frequency, Adapt Sound will ask if you can hear the beep. Answer honestly, of course, and as you go, you’ll start to notice that your phone is creating a personalized equalizer profile for you. Just keep listening for the beeps and answering honestly, then the hearing test will be over within a minute or two.

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Step 3: Enjoy Personalized Sound

Immediately after the hearing test, Adapt Sound will ask which ear you prefer to use for phone calls. Once you’ve answered that question, your new personalized audio profile will be active system-wide.

It really makes a huge difference, so if you’d like to hear for yourself, start playing your favorite song, then switch back to the Adapt Sound menu. From there, toggle the switch at the top of the screen on and off while still listening to the song, and you’ll notice a world of difference.

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The Galaxy S8 and S8+ come with a set of AKG-tuned earbuds that would cost you $99 by themselves. Unfortunately, the earbuds alone don’t automatically translate to superior sound, and they’ve been met with lukewarm reception. But as it turns out, there’s a fairly hidden menu on Samsung’s flagships that’ll give you a tailor-made audio experience and help you get the most out of your S8-AKG pairing.

A feature called Adapt Sound is buried pretty deep in Settings, but it’s definitley worth digging into. It basically runs a hearing test to provide a personalized sound profile that matches your hearing perfectly. Once you’ve run the test, the sound output from any set of headphones will be adjusted to fit you — so if you’re interested in fine-tuning your Galaxy S8’s audio, keep on reading to find out how.

Step 1: Find the ‘Adapt Sound’ Menu

To get started, head to your phone’s main Settings menu, then tap on “Sounds and vibration.” From there, scroll down and select “Sound quality and effects” near the bottom of the menu.

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Next, tap the “Adapt Sound” option towards the bottom of the screen, then you’ll be asked to grant an additional permission, so press “Allow” on the popup. From there, leave the preset options turned off, then select “Personalize sound.”

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Step 2: Take the Hearing Test

Now, head to a quiet place and plug in your headphones. When you’re ready, tap on the “Start” button to initiate the test. Adapt Sound will now emit a series of beeps of varying frequencies from the left and right earbuds, and along the way, it’ll ask if you can hear each tone.

Take your time and answer honestly until the test reaches 100%. As you go along you’ll notice that your phone is creating a personalized equalizer tailored to each ear. Once the process is completed, it’s time to move on to the final step.

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Step 3: Finalize Your Audio Profile

Upon completion of the test, Adapt Sound will ask for you to select which ear you’d like to hear your phone calls in. Once you’ve chosen your preference, your newly created custom audio profile will be activated and made available for preview. So tap on “Preview” and check out the difference Adapt Sound makes by toggling between “Personalized” and “Original.”

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Of course, we recommend playing your favorite song to determine exactly how much of an impact Adapt Sound made on sound quality. We’re willing to be it’ll be like night and day — particularly if your hearing wasn’t perfect to being with. As always, feel free to leave a comment below and share your thoughts on this obscure sound setting.

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How to use “adapt sound” on the galaxy s7 and s8 for better sound quality

The Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge may very well be the best phones in the world right now, but if there’s one area in which the handsets don’t make the greatest first impression, it’s in the quality of their audio output – especially when compared to competing handsets like the HTC 10 and the iPhone 6S.

Though we wouldn’t go as far as to call their music-playback performance disappointing, the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge’s default audio settings can best be described as ‘functional’, if somewhat vanilla and quiet – even at full volume.

Worse still, on wireless headphones, many owners find that the volume can be so low that music becomes unlistenable.

If you’ve made the move to one of Samsung’s flagship phones from another handset and found the audio performance lacking, there is a way to drastically improve your listening experience in only a matter of minutes – all you need is a quiet room and a pair of headphones.

Here’s how to rapidly improve your Samsung device’s audio quality through either wired or wireless headphones.

Tailor your device’s sound to your ears

Everyone’s ears are different, so whether you have impeccable hearing or you’re someone whose years of attending loud concerts has caught up with you, having audio settings tailored to your unique ears is essential in getting the best out of your music listening experience.

Samsung knows this, which is why it’s opted to include a Sound Personalisation section in its devices’ advanced settings.

To reach the Adapt Sound option, which will find the right sound for you, go to ‘Settings’, then ‘Sounds and vibration’ or ‘Sounds and notifications’, then tap on ‘Sound quality and effects’.

Depending on your handset, you’ll find a a number of settings here, though for the sake of this tutorial, leave everything as it is and scroll down to Adapt Sound.

Listen here, you beeping beep

First off, you should grab your desired set of headphones or earphones, and head to a quiet room before you start to adapt your sound. Once you’ve done that, hit ‘Start’.

A series of very quiet beeping sounds will begin to take place in each of your ears. The phone will then ask you whether or not you can hear the beeps as they’re being played.

All you have to do, is answer ‘yes’ or ‘no’ until the process is complete. A progress bar is displayed at the bottom of the screen, giving you an idea of how much longer it will take.

As you go through the process, you’ll notice the graph on your screen changing in response to the answers you give. The graph’s markings will start to take note of how each of your ears reacts to high and low tones, on a scale of Good to Excellent.

If your hearing is better in one ear than the other, your phone will adjust its levels to make each headphone sound equal.

At the end of this process, your phone will then ask you which ear you prefer to use when making calls. Select the side for you and continue.

Now that the process is finished, you’ll be given a piece of music to listen to, which you can preview in each ear individually and then both ears together.

While listening to the music, you can switch back and forth between Original and Personalised options to instantly hear the difference between the phone’s default audio settings, and the ones you’ve just created for yourself.

If everything was completed correctly, you should now be able to hear a drastic improvement in volume and sound quality.

Stephen primarily covers phones and entertainment for TechRadar’s Australian team, and has written professionally across the categories of tech, film, television and gaming in both print and online for over a decade. He’s obsessed with smartphones, televisions, consoles and gaming PCs, and has a deep-seated desire to consume all forms of media at the highest quality possible.

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How to use “adapt sound” on the galaxy s7 and s8 for better sound quality

Galaxy S4 dials music up and down, and balances left and right audio based on your hearing, the sound source and your preferences.

Samsung called this Adapt Sound.

Basically, audio can be adapted and optimized to the content you’re listening to (video, music, etc.) for your ears.

This is good for your ears.

To set a personalized sound while listening to songs with a headset, tap SettingsAdapt Sound-On.

When you turn the volume up to level 14 or higher, the adapt sound option is not applied to music playback. If you turn the volume down to level 13 or lower, the option is reapplied.

This feature can be controlled in Settings–Sound–Adapt Sound.

FAQs on Adapt Sound

Q1 : Can the Adapt Sound feature work with headsets connected via Bluetooth?

A: No. It’s not compatible . It depends on the Bluetooth headset.

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My sound adapt is not working. The setting just crashes. Please help

reboot your phone and try again.

Still doesn’t work

does adapt sound work with other audio players such as google’s play music?

For the ones who needs the adapt sound pattern for the stock S4 Headset(white flat-corded headset included in the S4 box), feel free to try the pattern I came up with..

Legend:
0: No
1: Yes

compare this to your adapt sound pattern and see if this one does better.

Most used side (left/right) is an option that is entirely based on your preference.

Disclaimer:
Patterns may differ from octa/quad S4 versions.
I came up with this pattern on my
Galaxy S4(SHV-E330S) Quad Core “LTE-A” version.

George Banut says

How to disable Adapt Sound on Galaxy trend plus? I can hardly hear anything with it on.

It doesn’t allow u to continue listening w both ear phones. Now music only comes through the right bud. Plz help

You can go to settings–device – – sound to re-configure the adapt sound.

I dont want to reconfigure it. I just want to reset it back to factory settings. What do I do??

Many of you are wondering how to disable the Adapt Sound feature and like me, have found little to no success in doing so after google searching and forum scrolling. I have a solution! Forum “experts” will try to tell you that you simply go to settings> device> sound> adapt sound to “reconfigure” adapt sound, but nobody will tell you the real answer… until now anyway. You need to go to Settings> More> Apps Manager>Running (the All section will work as well)>Adapt Sound. There you will be prompted with a few options, the ones you will look for being “Force Stop” and “Turn Off”. Both of these features will be able to be reversed if you think you will use Adapt Sound again, but if you are likely to toggle it on and off frequently, select the “Turn Off” option from the “Turned Off” section of the apps manager. This way your settings will be saved and you will not have to run the testing process each time you wish to toggle it on. However, if you attempt to start the process while the feature is turned off, the settings app will close. This should certainly help those of you who have been irritated by Adapt Sound.

Your instructions work perfectly…everyone else gave short answers that didn’t work..thanks much for your knowledge.

Nancy Palmer says

Justin, I have a Tab 4 7.0. I haven’t been able to find ANY answers online about disabing Adapt Sound my tablet. Finall, in disgust, I went back to Adapt Sound and said “yes” to every question. It’s not optimal sound but at least I can hear vocalists in Amazon Music, etc., again. Do you have any ideas about setting up Adapt Sound on a Tab 4?
Nancy Palmer

How to use “adapt sound” on the galaxy s7 and s8 for better sound quality

Louder audio and slightly better audio, depending on which Samsung smartphone you're using. It's a nifty feature.

Samsung's flagship Galaxy S8 smartphone is known for a lot of things, but audio usually doesn't figure into Samsung's advertisements. In fact, audio has never really been Samsung's focal point. So, it's a pleasant surprise that the company actually does make some efforts to offer better audio on its devices.

While the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus is no LG V20 or HTC U11, it's no slouch either. The problem is, Samsung has buried the feature deep within the Settings app, and many won't put the effort to find out. We did.

Here's how to improve audio quality on your Samsung Galaxy phone

It's a pretty simple trick to be honest. In fact, it's so simple that you can't even call it a trick. The flowchart below shows the steps to get this done.

Settings -> Sounds and Vibration -> Sound Quality and Effects -> Adapt Sound -> Personalise Sound -> Personalise Sound -> START

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How to use “adapt sound” on the galaxy s7 and s8 for better sound qualityHow to use “adapt sound” on the galaxy s7 and s8 for better sound quality

The "personalise audio" feature takes a shot at tuning the audio to your ears. The Galaxy S8 plays you a bunch of audio frequencies, asking you when you can hear the beeps (you will need headphones for this). Based on this, the phone creates an audio profile that's better tuned to your ears.

What does it do?

It seems the Galaxy S8 improves line balance with this feature, which means it balances decibel levels on the left and right channels. The impact is audio that sounds more pleasing to most. I've asked a bunch of friends to try the feature on their devices, and the response was almost unanimous.

That said, the impact could also be considered too aggressive. Digit's Siddharth Parwatay pointed out that Samsung could have added a separate slider to allow users to manage how much of this personalisation should actually come in play. Depending on your listening habits and how your ears are tuned, you may find Samsung's audio enhancements too aggressive.

Which Samsung phones can do this?

We tried using the feature on a Galaxy S8 Plus, a Galaxy S7 Edge (updated to Nougat) and the new Samsung Galaxy On Max. So, it seems any Samsung phones with Android 7.0 or above and Samsung Experience version 8.0 or above will have the feature. We are trying to check more Samsung phones for the feature and will update this story with a longer list later. It's worth noting that the impact of the feature will differ from one smartphone to the other, since the in-built DAC will be different.

First of all, if you don't know what Adapt Sound is or you haven't set it up yet, go do it right now. Sounds and vibration -> Sound quality and effects -> Adapt Sound – Personalize sound. All you have to do is answer whether or not you can hear a short series of beeps and bam, it's set up and can be toggled on and off at any time. Now, I can only speak for myself, but as a big music head this made a literal night and day difference for me – I'm hearing stuff I've NEVER heard, not even on ultrapremium $300+ headphones with fancy DAC/AMPs. The sound is SO much fuller and deeper and I don't honestly know how I listened to music without this anymore, all music not on my phone just sounds insanely flat and washed out now.

Now, considering how amazing of a feature this is, how easy it was to setup and use, and how much of a music head I am, had I known this existed before I bought the phone it would have been a literal instant sell. I was looking at a lot of different options (G6, Pixel XL, iP7+) and music and audio was damn near the top of my list for comparing features – the PXL and 7+ went out the window almost immediately for not having aptX, for example. I did end up buying the S8+ even without knowing about it, but if I had even known it existed during my purchase deliberations I 99% wouldn't have had purchase deliberations.

Samsung's splash page for the S8 (or any of their other phones) doesn't mention it anywhere; it's not even in the technical section. Not a single review of the S8 or S8+ (and I read quite a fair few) mention its existence even in passing. Even after I got the phone, I was only made aware of it by chance (reading a "must do for new S8 owners" thread) – it's so buried that you would just think it's another Sammy gimmick that makes audio sound a little different but is easily forgettable. For how much of a difference it's made and how quick it is, it feels like one of the things that should be pushed to you right when you're setting up the phone, not buried in some obscure settings panel.

Now, although the marketing and documentation on it is for complete shit, I have to give a huge thanks to Samsung and whoever figured out this positively amazing piece of software that has wholly changed how I listen to music. Kudos.

How to use “adapt sound” on the galaxy s7 and s8 for better sound quality

When it comes to cinema space and home theatre, Dolby is a popular label. Dolby emerges among the top brands because of its patented design of cutting-edge technologies used both on video and audio products and equipment. With the increase in demand for mobile audio platforms, the company has extended its expertise to mobile devices with the implementation of HDR display specifications.

Technically speaking, surround sound technology that tailors 3D cinematic experience is referred to as Dolby Atmos. In new mobiles such as Samsung galaxy note 20/20 ultra, Dolby Atmos provides you with a rich audio experience and immersive virtual surround sound effects for movies, voice, and music. If you are wondering how you will enable Dolby Atmos sound effects on your Samsung note 20 / 20 ultra, we have mapped out easy steps to do so. Without any further delay, let’s get into it.

Step by step tutorial to enable Dolby Atmos sound effects on Samsung Galaxy Note 20/20 Ultra:

The steps mentioned below are not only applicable to Galaxy Note 20 and 20 ultra but to other advanced galaxy tablets and mobiles. Menu and actual screen may differ based on the service provider and device model.

First, swipe up from the bottom of your phone’s home screen

Apps viewer will load up on your mobile

Find and select settings from the app viewer. The main settings menu will open next

You can have shortcut access to the settings menu from the notification panel

All your phablet’s advanced and basic features will be seen on the main settings menu.

To continue, press on sound and vibration. You will get to see another window with a list of every feature, including volume, ringtone, sound mode, and more.

To view more items, you need to scroll down. Then you have to hit sound quality and effects.

You will see a list of sound features on the next screen, including Dolby Atmos and equalizer.

To proceed, turn on the switch beside Dolby Atmos

Then you will see an automatic surround setting is activated

Tap to access Dolby Atmos’s main menu to manage its settings

You will view more features of Dolby Atmos is loaded up on the next screen with auto set as default. Other options include voice, music, and movie.

You can opt for Movie if you want to receive the best possible audio for videos, shows, and movies on your device.

You can opt for Music if you wish to make your every music sound more balanced, fuller, and richer.

You can also opt for Voice, to make voices clear and loud

Is your head spinning after reading so many steps? Don’t worry; you can keep the settings to Auto, and the sound will be optimized automatically for whatever you wish to listen to.

You have to manage other sound features. For this, press the Back key for going back to the previous menu.

You can now activate features like Dolby Atmos gaming and enjoy a wonderful sound experience while you play. You just have to tap the switch next to it. By enabling this feature, you will automatically get realistic Dolby Atmos sound every time you play games on your phone.

You will also get to see an option named Adapt sound. Enable this feature, and it will prompt your phone to locate the best sound for you and use it for music, video, and calls.

The easiest way to enable Dolby Atmos Sound Effects

To Enable and disable the Dolby feature faster, drag your phone’s status bar downwards, tap on the triple-dot icon on the upper right, and then hit the button order. Next, drag the Dolby Atmos icon in the quick settings panel. Thus, you can turn off/on this feature as per your requirement.

Conclusion

As we have concluded our discussion, it must have been clear how you can turn on the Dolby Atmos sound effect on your Samsung Note 20/20 ultra. Enjoy your seamless audio experiences now on your phablet with Dolby.

Experiencing difficulties with your Device, check out our “How To” page on how to resolve some of these issues.

How to use “adapt sound” on the galaxy s7 and s8 for better sound quality

For regular personal use, the sound capabilities of most Android devices are usually perfectly adequate.

But sometimes, you might want to increase your Android device’s volume beyond its usual maximum.

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How to make your Android device louder

Fortunately, there are a few different ways to make your Android louder.

Here’s what you need to know.

Adjust your Android device's position

If you don’t want to mess around with your Android device’s settings, a simpler way to increase the volume is to adjust the device’s position so that you can better hear it. It’s similar to placing a phone’s speaker closer to your ear to better hear the person on the other line.

Here are some tips for increasing your Android’s volume the old-fashioned way.

  • Rotate your Android device until you find the angle at which it sounds loudest, then lay your device to rest in that position. Having it lay on a flat surface away from any edges will usually do the trick.
  • If you aren’t currently using earbuds or headphones, plugging in a pair of high-quality ones can improve your Android device’s sound quality and volume.
  • Place your Android device inside a bowl or other curved object. While it won’t change anything to your Android device itself, the shape of the dish will act as an amplifier, creating a quick and affordable speaker system.

Connect to an external speaker

The most common way people increase the volume on their Android devices is by pairing the device to a speaker using Bluetooth .

Many different Bluetooth speaker systems exist, such as the JBL Flip 4, each with their own pros and cons. Nearly every popular Bluetooth speaker is compatible with Android.

Increase the volume limiter

If your phone can’t reach full volume, make sure that your volume limiter isn’t restricting you.

1. Open the Settings app on your Android device.

2. Tap on “Sounds and vibration.”

3. Tap on “Volume.”

4. In the upper right corner of the screen, tap the three vertical dots, then tap “Media volume limiter.”

5. If your volume limiter is off, tap the white slider next to “Off” to turn the limiter on. Once it is on, slide the circle underneath “Custom volume limit” all the way to the right.

Adjust the equalizer settings

A more advanced method of increasing the volume of your Android device involves adjusting the equalizer settings.

1. Open the Settings app on your Android device.

2. Tap on “Sounds and vibration.”

3. Tap on “Advanced sound settings.”

4. Tap on “Sound quality and effects.”

From here, you can adjust different settings to make the sound louder or better suited to your use. Here are some suggestions:

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I had been looking to find DAC info installed on a Samsung Galaxy S7 and it’s capabilities, but I could not find the right info on the web.
I mainly needed to know, bit rates and sample frequencies it could handle.
Information available varied wildly, so here it is to set the record straight.
I tested an SM-G935F being a UK model S7 Edge, with a properly setup Neutron media player.

DAC capability:
– Can handle 16bits and 24bits
– Can handle 48kHz and 192kHz only
– Can not handle DSD (SACD format)

Sound quality:
(With Lossless FLAC tracks)
– on standard 16bits/48KHz the sound through my Ultimate Ears IEM’s, was average at best.
– Upsampling standard CD (i.e. 16bits/44.1kHz) using Neutron to output 24bits/192kHz to the DAC, cleaned up the sound a bit, improving it noticeably.
– Playing 24bits/88.2kHz HDtracks rips originals, and outputting at 24bits/192kHz to DAC, should show phones true top capability, and I am happy to say that it was good, much better, though not very good or excellent.
A Samsung Note 8 plays the same tracks with much more conviction and resolution (DAC on Note 8 is better) – equally an LG G6+ (or LG V30) (quad DAC version) can rival or better Note 8 and much better than the S7.

In a nutshell, the S7 is not designed to be HiFi, though it makes a worthy attempt.
The UHQ upsampler built-in the phone upsamples everything to 192kHz but also adds some signal processing in the mix (as far as I can tell through research and auditioning). The sound becomes a little mid-forward and the stereo becomes a little wider, both artificial in nature, but not bad.
Not for purists, but good enough for bog-standard MP3 listener.
Purists most likely get a Note 8, LG G6+, or LG V20 or V30 anyways!.

dannnielll

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  • Mar 10, 2018
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For anyone who may be interested.
I had been looking to find DAC info installed on a Samsung Galaxy S7 and it’s capabilities, but I could not find the right info on the web.
I mainly needed to know, bit rates and sample frequencies it could handle.
Information available varied wildly, so here it is to set the record straight.
I tested an SM-G935F being a UK model S7 Edge, with a properly setup Neutron media player.

DAC capability:
– Can handle 16bits and 24bits
– Can handle 48kHz and 192kHz only
– Can not handle DSD (SACD format)

Sound quality:
(With Lossless FLAC tracks)
– on standard 16bits/48KHz the sound through my Ultimate Ears IEM’s, was average at best.
– Upsampling standard CD (i.e. 16bits/44.1kHz) using Neutron to output 24bits/192kHz to the DAC, cleaned up the sound a bit, improving it noticeably.
– Playing 24bits/88.2kHz HDtracks rips originals, and outputting at 24bits/192kHz to DAC, should show phones true top capability, and I am happy to say that it was good, much better, though not very good or excellent.
A Samsung Note 8 plays the same tracks with much more conviction and resolution (DAC on Note 8 is better) – equally an LG G6+ (or LG V30) (quad DAC version) can rival or better Note 8 and much better than the S7.

In a nutshell, the S7 is not designed to be HiFi, though it makes a worthy attempt.
The UHQ upsampler built-in the phone upsamples everything to 192kHz but also adds some signal processing in the mix (as far as I can tell through research and auditioning). The sound becomes a little mid-forward and the stereo becomes a little wider, both artificial in nature, but not bad.
Not for purists, but good enough for bog-standard MP3 listener.
Purists most likely get a Note 8, LG G6+, or LG V20 or V30 anyways!.

How to use “adapt sound” on the galaxy s7 and s8 for better sound quality

If you’ve got a recent Samsung smartphone and are struggling with poor sound when taking voice calls I feel your pain. I have a Samsung Note10+ and often really struggle to hear calls; we live in a bit of a signal black hole and at home-time, our quiet road is like the main highway with everyone rushing in for their dinner, Netflix, and tracksuit pants. I also have a very noisy and unprofessional cat who contributes loudly to my work calls. This all led to feeling somewhat desperate with the sound on calls when using the phone’s built-in speakers. I have previously resorted to having my phone on loudspeaker but found this still did not help when the signal was poor or when there was significant outside noise.

Here are a few methods to enhance the sound quality and volume of your Samsung Galaxy phone when taking a call, bearing in mind that it won’t help if you have a poor signal on your device. The first one may seem obvious, but I imagine many of us, myself included, have not thought to do this.

How to use “adapt sound” on the galaxy s7 and s8 for better sound quality

Tap the Settings app on your device and scroll down to the Sound and Vibration tab. Tap on this which brings up a selection of other options including a Volume selection which has a few different choices as mentioned above.

How to use “adapt sound” on the galaxy s7 and s8 for better sound quality

There is also the option of the Sound quality and effects tab. If you tap on this you can choose to enable Dolby Atmos for general use as well as the gaming mode.

How to use “adapt sound” on the galaxy s7 and s8 for better sound quality

Tapping on the Android equalizer will bring up quite a few choices to help improve the sound on your device. You can choose the sound according to the type of music you may be listening to or customize this for phone calls.

How to use “adapt sound” on the galaxy s7 and s8 for better sound quality

Below the equalizer option, there is also a tab called Adapt Sound that allows you to choose a pre-set sound based on age, our hearing changes as we get older, and it becomes more difficult to hear higher frequencies. There is also an option to try a hearing test. This is a fab free way of testing your hearing to maximize the customization of your device’s sound but also a free hearing test if you have any worries about your hearing, quicker than downloading an app!

Another simple method is keeping dust out of your phone’s speaker grills. You can use compressed air to do this or something as simple as sticky tape like you would use to remove lint (or cat hair) from your clothes. You could also use a small, soft brush such as a make-up or small paint brush. Another seemingly obvious thing to do is to check that your device’s cover is not blocking the sound coming out of your speakers; this isn’t something we would think to check when getting a smart, new cover for our phone, but not all case manufacturers factor this into their design as efficiently as you might hope.

simple but pretty interface, minimal but all the right features and best sound quality on S7. if you need a straight forward music player, look no further.

PowerAmp (alpha version including. the whole project seems to be abandoned too) is not fully compatible with S8 hardware so you won't get the same sound quality as with native player.

Samsung Music and QuickLyrics if lyrics are not embedded into mp3 file

PowerAmp is not fully compatible with Samsung hardware (even the alpha version). Samsung's Music player (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sec.android.app.music&hl=en) sounds and looks great. the functionality might seem somewhat limited but it's nicely integrated with the whole system and built in EQ (edge panel, lock screen controls and album art, etc). also supports gapless playback and global gain control. make sure to turn off all unnecessary audio effects and try the Adapt Sound feature (granular gain control per ear based on your hearing test).

Just switched over myself! I've been using samsung's stock music app, which is actually pretty decent. It didn't come pre-installed on my device, but it's nice and simple with customizable tabs and swipe navigation. You'd have to remake your playlists, but that's pretty easy.

Phonograph was also good but I think support for it may have stopped

People will probably think I'm weird but I like the Samsung Music Player It sorts everything you mention. I love the way it looks and afaik is compatible with more than just samsung phones.

what version/security update are you running?

I satisfied myself with Samsung Music and Black Player EX.

It probably relies on other Samsung system apps, most likely OneUI, which not all do — individual side-loading of apps won't chase dependencies, even Play Store doesn't except for special things, and some things are not available via Play Store anyway. Sorry, I hope it was worth trying. At this point all you can really do is try some alternatives, see which please you.

Se teu celular for da Samsung use o Samsung Music, algo assim, eu usava e tinha uma interface bem limpa (pq a maioria tem anuncio :p), como eu n usava spotify, era o que me salvava.

It's totally fine i love answering questions 😂💖 To download videos from youtube to mp3/mp4 : So i use an app called" snaptube " u can only download the app on Google https://www.snaptube.com/ i hv been using it for 2 years now and it is safe, then after u download the app, open youtube then open the video u wanna download then click share then download with snaptube then u choose the highest mp3 format(mp3 160k). Then ur done downloading it. To loop it i hv an app on my phone called Samsung music https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sec.android.app.music . Once u download the app all ur music will appear on it, then u click the song and click an icon to loop , u can only loop a one song or u can make a playlist and loop it

Samsung Music is not the default music player or a pre-installed app on Samsung phones

if you're wondering where it is or what they're talking about, its on the play store

Kuvakwa kweSamsung kwe Android Nougat kune chinhu chitsva chinoshamisa chinobvumira vashandisi kugadzirisa zvizere ruzivo rwavo rwekuteerera zvichibva zvachose.yavo nzeve. Inonzi Adapt Sound, uye kana usiri kuishandisa, uri kurasikirwa. Hezvino zvese zvaunoda kuziva.

Chii chinonzi Adapt Sound?

Tarisa, nzeve dzemunhu wese dzakasiyana. Izvo zvinonzwika sezvakanaka kwandiri zvinogona kunge zvakashata kwauri, uye zvinopesana. Batanidza izvozvo nenyaya yekuti mimhanzi mizhinji ine mitsara yakawanda zvekuti panogona kunge paine zvakawanda zvakarasika mumusanganiswa, uye iwe une kudiwa kweiyo tsika ruzha chimiro, izvo chaizvo izvo Adapt Sound chii.

Muchidimbu, inzira yeSamsung yekupa chiitiko chechokwadi chekuteerera kune vese vashandisi veS7 neS8 vanomhanyisa iyo Nougat update, sezvo Adapt Sound inogadzirisa chimiro chezwi zvinoenderana nezvaunoda chaizvo. Inoita izvi nekushandisa nhevedzano yemabhipi munzeve imwe neimwe — mazhinji acho akanyarara — uye inokubvunza kana uchianzwa. Inobva yashandisa ruzivo urwu kuvaka chimiro chezwi chinovavarira kupa chiyero chakakwana pakati penzeve imwe neimwe. Iyo yese maitiro inongotora inenge miniti (kana zvakadaro). Inopenya.

Maitiro ekushandisa Adapt Inzwi

Kushandisa Adapt Sound kuri nyore kwazvo. Chekutanga, batanidza mamwe mahedhifoni, wozoenda kune Zvirongwa menyu nekupa iyo bhaa yekuzivisa tug uye kubaya giya icon.

CHERECHEDZA: Mahedhifoni anofanirwa kubatana kuti atarise Adapt Sound. Menyu haizovhurike neimwe nzira.

Kubva ipapo, sarudza "Inzwi uye Vibration."

Skroka uchienda kuzasi kwepeji, uye sarudza "Inzwi remhando nemhedzisiro" pasi pePamusoro chikamu.

Sarudzo yekupedzisira mune iyi menyu inofanira kuverenga "Adapt Sound." Tora izvozvo.

Ikozvino, pane mashoma sarudzo pano. Iwo matatu ekutanga presets ari generalized marongero, ayo akagadzirwa zvichienderana nezera:

  • Preset 1: Yakagadzirirwa vanhu vari pasi pemakore makumi matatu.
  • Preset 2: Yakagadzirirwa vanhu vari pakati pe30 ne60.
  • Preset 3: Yakagadzirirwa vanhu vanopfuura makumi matanhatu.

Zvino, iwe unogamuchirwa kusarudza imwe zvinoenderana nezera rako uye kumhanya nayo. Zvingangoita kuti ruzivo rwako rwokuteerera ruve nani.

Asi kutichaizvo ona kubatsirwa kweAdapt Sound, iwe unoda iyo yepasi sarudzo: Yakasarudzika Inzwi. Apa ndipo panowanikwa zvinhu zvakanaka.

Paunovhura iyi menyu, iwe unowana yakaomesesa seti yemirairo: Enda kunzvimbo yakanyarara, isa mahedhifoni ako, uye tanga bvunzo. Ini handigone kusimbisa zvakakwana kuti yakakosha sei iyo yekutanga sarudzo-kana iwe usiri munzvimbo yakanyarara, usatombozvinetsa nekukanganisa neAdapt Sound kusvika wave. Serious.

Kana hurongwa hwangotanga, hunokuudza kuti "nyatsoteerera," wozobvunza kana iwe uchinzwa mabhepi. Kazhinji, ivo vari munzeve imwe kana imwe, asi kwete ese ari maviri. Ingobaya hongu kana Kwete zvinoenderana kana iwe uchinzwa / usinganzwe beep.

Iwe uchaita izvi kweminiti kana zvakadaro, uye iwe unogona kuona iyo yakaenzana shanduko yezeve yega yega paunenge uchifambira mberi.

Chekupedzisira, unozopindura nzeve yaunosarudza kutora nhare. Kana ukasarudza kuruboshwe, handisi kunzwisisa zvauri kuita nehupenyu hwako.

Mushure meizvozvo, yako yakasarudzika ruzha profiles ichagadziridzwa kune nzeve dzako. Iwe unogona kufananidza mutsauko zviri nyore nekuridza mimhanzi, wobva wachinja iyo Yakasarudzika Inzwi sarudzo. Inofanirwa kunge ichishamisa, nesarudzo yakasarudzika inopa yakazara, yakatsanangurwa ruzha.

Iwe unogona zvakare kutora iwo kuenzanisa nhanho mberi asi uchidzvanya bhatani rekuona muMenu Yakasarudzika Inzwi.Izvi zvinokutendera kuti unzwe mutsauko wenzeve imwe neimwe wakazvimirira, pamwe chete nezvose panguva imwe chete. Kutanga, baya bhatani re "Personalized", wobva wabaya "Original" bhatani kuti unzwe musiyano. Boom.

Iye zvino, nakidzwa nemimhanzi. Kana iwe uri mumamiriro echimwe chinhu chakasiyana, ndinokurudzira zvikuru kutarisa Igorrr's "Savage Sinusoid." Zvichida hazvina kufanana nechinhu chero chipi zvacho chawakambonzwa. Iwe wakanyeverwa.

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