Last Updated on March 7, 2021 by Bestusefultips
Here’s the complete guide to change Bluetooth audio codec on galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 plus Oreo. To set Bluetooth audio codec on Samsung S9 & S9 plus, make sure turn on developer option in your devices. It will change the Bluetooth music quality when changing audio codec on galaxy S9 and S9 plus devices.
Galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 plus supports several Bluetooth audio codec including SBC, AAC, aptX, LDAC, Samsung HD, scalable Codec, All codec and default codec. Several galaxy Note 8 and other users reported can’t connect with car Bluetooth or media audio not supported. Follow below given step by step guide to set or change Bluetooth audio codec on galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 Plus.
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How to set or change Bluetooth audio codec on galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 Plus Oreo
To set Bluetooth audio codec on Samsung galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, first of all make sure enable developer mode in your device. You can enable it using below settings.
Step 1: Go to settings in your galaxy S9 & galaxy S9 plus devices
Step 2: Tap on About phone
Step 3: Tap on build number 7 times until see developer mode is enable on your S9 screen
Step 4: Go to settings > system > developer options
By default disable developer options on galaxy S9 & galaxy S9 plus devices.
Step 5: Enable developer mode on galaxy S9, S9 Plus
Step 6: Tap OK to enable it
Set or change Bluetooth audio codec on galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 Plus
Step 1: Go to settings
Step 2: Tap on about phone
Step 3: Tap on Developer options
Step 4: Tap on Bluetooth audio code under networking section
Step 5: Select option you want to set as Bluetooth audio codec
You can also change Bluetooth audio channel mode, Bluetooth AVRCP version, Bluetooth audio sample rate, Bluetooth audio Bits per sample and more.
And that’s it. Do you still have questions about change Bluetooth audio codec on galaxy S9 and S9 Plus? Let us know by leaving a comment below section.