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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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  3. XTREMEPRAVIN25
    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
     

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  4. BYG BYRD
    Honeycomb Mar 14, 2019


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  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?
     

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  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.
     

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