The Best Equalizer for Android Oreo // Root Installation

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Dolby is an of the best equalizers, actually there is many option,but unfortunately it's difficult to found someone who works fine on android oreo, so, this is one of the best option that we have!


Characteristics

Dolby Atmos™ Digital Signal Processer with effects and Graphic User Interface ported from the latest ZTE™ Axon 7 Android Oreo firmware.
Dolby Atmos™ sound effects applied to media audio output supporting various media players.
MiFavor Music Player from the same firmware included only because of its Settings option to directly launch Dolby Atmos™ for testing purposes such as the possibility of additional features and/or other unique functionality.
Flexible custom recovery installation archive supporting Magisk and SuperSU installations including the options to install directly to /system for Magisk users and to install to /su for SuperSU¹ users. ¹ Experimental.

Details

A minimum of SDK 26 (Android 8.0) is required for installation to begin, else Exit 1 will abort the recovery installation activity.
Magisk users are provided the option of installing directly to /system instead of creating a Magisk module using the included arise_parameters.prop.
SuperSU users with the systemless root solution are provided the option of creating a SU module instead of installing directly to /system. This is similar to Magisk module installations and is a great alternative for those with insufficient /system space to accommodate a /system installation among other benefits Magisk users enjoy.
o arise_parameters.prop may be extracted from the installation archive, placed directly into root of internal storage (e.g. /sdcard/arise_parameters.prop), and edited (details and instructions inside prop file) before installing the archive in recovery.
o arise_parameters.prop (with no options active) will be automatically placed in the root of internal storage if not already present during the installation in recovery.
SuperSU users and Magisk users instructing a /system installation via a prepared /sdcard/arise_parameters.prop are encouraged to confirm a minimum of 100MB of /system space is available before beginning installation in recovery.
Magisk users performing the default Magisk module installation and SuperSU users performing the optional systemless installation will require 100MB more than the minimum available /data space acceptable (usually 500MB, 500MB + 100MB = 600MB).
Permissive SELinux Mode is currently required and will be set automatically each device boot. Do not install archive if this is not acceptable.
Third party audio effects and DSP's such as ViPER4Android (<--
link to @docnok63's solution ) may require some extra effort to allow processing due to Dolby Atmos' dependency on its output_session_processing music effect

Installation


  1. Performing a backup of the /system partition in recovery is encouraged for users other than Magisk users receiving the default installation in recovery:
  2. TWRP > Backup > Check System > Edit name, if desired > Swipe to perform backup operation
  3. Confirm device requirements are met and installation results are acceptable.
  4. Confirm an escape route is available in the event of unsuccessful device boot or unsatisfactory experience.
  5. Confirm successful download and location of downloaded archive(s).
  6. Boot to recovery > Install > *.zip > Swipe to perform installation operation > Advanced > Copy Log > Reboot
  7. Updating procedure is no different unless specified otherwise.