DSP Manager, Dolby Atmos, ViPER4Android — how are you supposed to pick just one from the wide variety of Android equalizers? Depending on your OEM, your phone may have come with a stock equalizer, but they're usually not enough. Combine them with a third-party equalizer, and then we're getting somewhere. However, installing multiple equalizers at the same time has always seemed to cause audio glitches — until now.
Thankfully, developer ahrion has come up with a solution to this extremely frustrating problem. His Magisk module, Audio Modification Library, removes the compatibility issues created when multiple equalizers try to configure your phone's audio feed at the same time. Instead of being left without any working equalizer, you can easily install a dozen of them at once when the module's active, so we'll take a look at how it works below.
First things first, download the Audio Modification Library installation ZIP on your phone by tapping the following link.
Once the download has completed, open your Magisk Manager app, then head to the side navigation menu and select "Modules." Next, tap the floating action button in the middle and hit "Flash Module Zip." From there, select the previously downloaded ZIP file, then tap "Open" to install it.
The module should take about ten seconds to install. Once it's finished, make sure to tap "Reboot" on the Installation successful pop-up box.
There's no interface for this module, so when you get back up, you can install as many equalizers as you want. Some of our favorites include ViPER4Android and Dolby Atmos, and we do have a larger list available in the link below. There are a few phones which require their own version of ViPER4Android, like the LG V20 and Pixel or Pixel XL, but don't worry — we've got you covered there as well.
Once you've installed a handful of equalizers, be sure to leave a comment down below sharing your favorite equalizer combinations with us — we'd love to give them a spin!
Screenshots by Kevin M./Gadget Hacks