Samsung brought Dolby audio technology to the Galaxy Note10+ to make it a better gaming platform and fortunately, it’s a really helpful move. With Dolby Atmos for Gaming feature, your Galaxy Note10+ is not just a much better video viewing platform due to its amazing AMOLED screen, but also an excellent device for games. What you need to do is to turn Dolby Atmos feature to get started with your favorite game.
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Realistic gaming sound experience on Galaxy Note10+ | steps to turn on Dolby Atmos for Gaming
If you’re a gamer, you’ll be pleased to know that your Samsung Galaxy Note10+ provides a richer audio when playing a game. All you need to do is turn on Dolby Atmos for Gaming feature and you’re set to go. Because it’s catered for gamers, you can expect to notice even the tiniest sounds like approaching footsteps during games.
To turn on Dolby Atmos for Gaming, follow these steps:
- Open Settings app.
- Tap Sounds and vibration.
- Tap Advanced sound settings.
- Select Sound quality and effects, and toggle the switch for the second option, Dolby Atmos for Gaming.
- That’s it! Start enjoying your games with your enhanced audio settings.
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