OnePlus 5 is definitely a killer phone. But does it have a dedicated sound enhancement feature? Well.. No. Dolby Atmos is a world famous sound enhancement system which powers several sound systems and portable devices. Have you ever wondered how to enable Dolby Atmos Mod on your OnePlus 5? Let’s see then.

Enabling Dolby Atmos Sound Mod on OnePlus requires root access and a custom recovery like TWRP. If you don’t want to root your device for God’s sake, you don’t have to read further. Because this mod doesn’t work on unrooted phones. If you have already attained root access on your OnePlus 5, installing Dolby Atmos Mos on your device is as easy as 1.2.3.

Read: OnePlus Root & TWRP Guide

Dolby Atmos Benefits

Amazing sound

Dolby Atmos® transforms mobile entertainment. Over built-in speakers or headphones, the sound seems to come from all directions, including overhead, with astonishing clarity, richness, power, and depth.

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Powerful experience

It’s the sound that excites your senses and inspires your emotions to deliver the full impact of entertainment.

Moving audio

When you put on your headphones, the sounds of people, places, things, and music seem to move all around and above you, so you feel like you’re inside the action.

Source: Dolby Atmos Official Page

How to Enable Dolby Atmos Sound on OnePlus 5

  1. Download the Dolby Atmos Sound Mod for OnePlus 5 from here and copy it to the root of your internal storage.
  2. Now make reboot your device into TWRP recovery. For this, switch off the device and press and hold the Power and Vol – buttons together.
  3. Do a NANDROID backup.
  4. After that, choose the Dolby Atmos package and swipe right to flash.
  5. Reboot system.

After the reboot, Dolby Atmos Sound Mod will be successfully installed on your OnePlus 5. If the device doesn’t boot up after flashing the file or stuck at the bootlogo (boot looping), simply revert back to the TWRP recovery and restore the backup.

Dolby Atmos for OnePlus 5 has been ported by the XDA member I$han. All credit goes to the developer.