How to Install DTS X Ultra and DTS Headphone X on Any Android Mobile

Smartphones have been progressing year over a year quite rapidly. The flagship smartphones of 2019 have more power than even some computers. The cameras on smartphones are capable of giving DSLRs a run for their money and what not. But there’s one aspect of smartphones which hasn’t evolved much over the last few years. While some of you may not have a single clue about what we’re referring to, some of you might have already guessed that we’re talking about the audio experience on smartphones.

Except for LG, none of the other major smartphone manufacturers have given a serious thought on improving the audio experience. LG, on the other hand, introduced the DTS:X Ultra and DTS Headphone:X Surround Sound features with the launch of LG V30 smartphone. The DTS:X� Ultra feature is designed to improve the gaming and XR/VR experiences with support for multi-channel, Static, and object-based audio. There are 3 main presets in DTS:X Ultra for movies, music, and games. It shares pretty much the same engine as the Headphone:X with some extra stuff on top. Here is the main Presets in DTS:X.

  • Movies: Headphone:X delivers an improved and immersive audio experience to your headphones.
  • Music: It improves the overall quality of your existing music.
  • Games: Headphone:X drastically improves your gaming experience. You can even hear your enemy before you actually see them, which can be helpful in games like PUBG and Fortnite.

Now thanks to the XDA Senior Member�UltraM8 you can get the features on your Android smartphone as well.�So far, without any further ado, let’s quickly take a look at how you can download and install DTS:X Ultra, and DTS Headphone:X Surround Sound on your Android smartphone. Also, read�How to install DOLBY ATMOS APK on Android.

Download DTS:X Ultra and DTS Headphone:X Surround Sound

Download the DTSX_Ultra Zip file and save it to the internal storage of your smartphone.

Install DTS:X Ultra and DTS Headphone:X Surround Sound


  • A rooted Android device with Magisk systemless framework installed.
  • Android 9.0 Pie or above.
  • TWRP recovery ( Preferred) or any other custom recovery installed.
  • Permissive kernel.

Method 1: Using Magisk

Step 1. Open the Magisk Manager app and then go to the modules section with the help of side menu drawer.

Step 2. Now tap on the floating�+�button at the bottom of the screen.

Step 3. Navigate to the Zip file that you downloaded earlier and select it to install it.

Step 4. Wait for the installation process to finish.

Step 5. Once the installation process is done, tap on the Reboot�button to reboot your device.

Method 2: Using TWRP

Note – Take a full backup of your device before proceeding.

Step 1. Boot your device into recovery mode.

Step 2. Select the�Install option from the TWRP main menu and navigate to the zip file you downloaded earlier.

Step 3. Select the and then swipe at the bottom to flash it.

Step 4. Wait for the process to process to finish.

Step 5. Once it’s done, Tap on the Reboot system.

Voila! Nou can now enjoy the DTS Headphone:X sound on your Android device. So grab the best pair of headphones you got and check the difference.

Shivam has been working as a Tech journalist since 2014. He has worked at many Tech news blogs and Amazon India after that he joined TheLeaker in 2017 as a staff writer and now he’s an editor on the portal. When he is not working, you can find him playing games and listening to pop music. You can find him on Facebook and Twitter and can also contact him via email at [email protected]

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