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Completely disable Dolby Atmos on Oppo Find X5 Pro

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Hello everyone,


ever since I got my current phone, an Oppo Find X5 Pro, I've been stuck with quite an annoying issue: the Dolby Atmos feature. Despite all my efforts (including an attempt to disable it through ADB), I can't fully turn it off, which results in my bit depth and sample rate getting stuck in Poweramp and being forced to use it on my phone speakers. Since it negatively affects audio quality, could anyone please help me solve this problem? Thanks in advance.



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@romain8991 if you mean hi-res output, try AAudio or AudioTrack outputs + appropriate sample rate/bit width settings - may be they are more compatible/stable for your firmware.

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@maxmp Thanks for the reply and help! I already tried that, but it's still stuck, because of Dolby Atmos. That's odd, because I didn't have this problem with my Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro, which didn't include Dolby Atmos DSP...

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GPT Translation: "On Android 14, the OnePlus Ace Pro's Dolby Atmos does not affect Hi-res's high-resolution output."

11:08:24.298 build-976-bundle-play

Device: OnePlus OnePlus PGP110 PGP110 taro "qcom" OP5551L1 PGP110_      beta() [arm64-v8a, armeabi-v7a, armeabi]


taro is_snapdragon

Snapdragon Android 12+

USB can handle Hi-Res - sdk=34

isSnapdragonAndroid12 isOppo isOnePlus=>FLAG_VARIANT_DYNAMIC build_date_utc=1694099811

>>>OK flags=0x31541c400400000


















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I too question the need for such formats on a phone, given that any multi-channel encoding would need to be down-converted to PCM Stereo for internal processing anyway.

In fact, both regular AC3 and DTS formats can already be processed and downmixed to stereo by Poweramp's FFMPEG decoder (just rename an AC3 file to .AAC or similar so the scanner can see it). Not sure about Dolby Atmos encoding though as I don't have any file samples to check.


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@Bluepoi Great, glad that works for you and FFMPEG decodes the file to PCM correctly.

I agree it would be nice if the scanner recognised the .AC3 extender in the first place though, saves the hassle of renaming the files.


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