aptx adaptive oneplus 6

  1. carve702
    Donut Oct 28, 2018

    carve702 , Oct 28, 2018 :
    does Android pie on op6 support aptx adaptive Bluetooth codec? I've seen articles that pie supports it but I wanted to clarify op6 with pie does as I don't see it listed in developer options.

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  2. fommuz
    Gingerbread Oct 28, 2018

    fommuz , Oct 28, 2018 :
    Of course, the hardware must be able to do this as well.
    aptX Adaptive is likely to premiere in the DSP of the Snapdragon 8150, expected in early December.

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    Eclair Mar 13, 2019

    XTREMEPRAVIN25 , Mar 13, 2019 :
    AptX is backwards compatible with AptX and AptX HD. It's also listed in the developer options settings, however when changing the codec nothing happens

    Honeycomb Mar 14, 2019

  5. Binoy Mathew
    Cupcake Sep 19, 2019

    Binoy Mathew , Sep 19, 2019 :
    I agree. The best bet is to get a pair of Bluetooth wireless headset with aptX adaptive inbuilt and may be, hopefully, they'll perform well on the OnePlus 6 as well. But I had that doubt too. Since we get OTA updates, can't the OnePlus 6 support the aptX adaptive codec through software? Or does it necessarily need the hardware/SoC?

  6. souma16
    Eclair Sep 19, 2019

    souma16 , Sep 19, 2019 :
    I use a marshall major 2 bluetooth headphone. When i connect it shows Qualcomm apt x activated. There is also a toggle in headphone settings to switch it on /off. It needs apt x capable hardware

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  7. fommuz
    Gingerbread Oct 17, 2019 at 9:09 PM

    fommuz , Oct 17, 2019 at 9:09 PM :
    I just ordered a Bowers & Wilkon PX7 headphone, which are the first headphones to support the new APT-X Adaptive codec. On the operating system side, the new codec should be compatible since Android 9. I am curious whether this will also be displayed correctly within the bluetooth-connect. If not, I need to find a way to see which codec is actually used by the system.