5 Tips to Boost Sound Quality in Android Without Root

With the number of music apps around — both online and offline — getting your hands on songs and videos is a child’s play these days. But more often than not, most of us barely take a second glance at the default sound settings which results in songs which can be best described as of decent quality.

And as is the case with many improvement hacks, a major portion of the sound modes are locked away only for the rooted devices.

But over the years, the non-rooted phone world has also scaled up significantly and has its share of nifty hacks which can boost the sound quality in Android phones in a jiffy.

On the same note, here are a couple of tricks to help you with the same.

1. Get a Good Equalizer App

Undoubtedly, the key to a good audio experience in Android lies in a sound equalizer app. This is mainly due to the fact that most of the music apps or video apps don’t have advanced control to adjust the bass or increase the treble.

2. Enable Mono Audio For Headphones

If you listen to songs on your headphones quite often, you must have noticed the difference in volume and quality once you plug out an ear pod. This can prove to be quite a bummer when you have to be attentive and yet not miss out on music quality.

3. Stream Songs in High Quality

Since the advent of apps like Spotify or Google Play Music, many of us have switched to online streaming rather than downloading songs offline. Though both the methods have their own sets of pros and cons, an area where online streaming hits a rough patch is audio quality.

By Namrata Gogoi

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