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But for now, it’s still a little rough around the edges.
So how can you make sure that your Android phone’s audio frequency changes according to your preferences?
First, you’ll need to know which frequencies you want to change, according to the kernel version you’re using.
That way, you can use the same settings for each frequency, rather than switching between them.
When using Android 4:4.3 or later, Android will always use the higher of the two frequencies, regardless of which device you’re currently on.
So if you’re on an HTC Desire X or a Huawei Mate 10, the Huawei will always pick the highest frequency.
That’s the only change that’s really going to affect you.
For example, if you want your iPhone to pick the lower frequency, you should go for the HTC Desire 10 or Mate 10.
You can do this in Settings > General > Audio, and turn the switch on to “Enable High Frequency.”
You’ll also see a toggle on the left side of the screen.
If you want a lower frequency on a different device, you need to turn the lower one to “Disable Low Frequency.”
To do this, open Settings > Bluetooth, and select “Audio Frequency.”
Then, set the lower value for your frequency, and toggle the switch to “On.”
If you have multiple phones on your phone, you may need to change the frequencies for each phone, and set the lowest value for each device.
For instance, if your iPhone picks the higher frequency, but your Nexus 5 picks the lower, then you may want to adjust the frequency to match.
You can also set the frequencies by going into Settings > Developer Options > General, and then enabling “High Frequency.”
If that’s not enough, you might want to check out our guide to changing your Android device’s audio frequencies.
Now that you’ve found the frequencies that you want, you have to change them.
You’ll need two settings to do this.
One is the “Audio Level,” which tells the kernel how low to go.
The other is “High Level.”
If the audio frequency you want is higher than what’s on the device, then it will automatically change to that frequency.
But if you are getting audio from a device that doesn’t support the audio settings you set, you will need to tweak that audio.
You could also try turning the switch off to the highest value in Settings.
Then, you just need to set the frequency that’s currently being used by your phone.
Once you’ve done that, you’re done!
If you’ve got an older phone, the last step is to turn it back on to its lowest frequency.