How to Enable Adaptive Sound on Google Pixel 7

This post will walk you through activating an Android 13 feature on the Google Pixel phone for a transpicuous speaker audio output. Here’s a quick guide to enable adaptive sound on Google Pixel 7.

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Time Needed : 3 minutes

Owning a smartphone lets you do a lot of things like take pictures, record or watch videos, or listen to music. Modern smartphones generally come with the best sound processors and speakers that render fine quality audio outputs. 

If for some reason, you’re not satisfied with the audio output of your Pixel phone, using Adaptive sound can be a better option for you.

In case you need some input on how to use this feature on your Pixel 7 smartphone, then you may go ahead and refer to these outlined instructions.

  1. To get started, open the Settings app by tapping on the Gear icon from the Home screen of your phone.



    If you don’t see this icon from Home, then you will need to access the Apps viewer by swiping up from the bottom of the screen. There, you will see a list of all app icons including Settings. Once you find the gear icon, simply tap on it to launch the app.

  2. In the Settings app menu, you’ll see a list of all system features and services. Scroll to find Sound & vibration then tap on it to continue. 



    Sound-related features and controls will load up next.

  3. Scroll to find Adaptive Sound from the given options then tap on it to get to the next screen.



    In the Adaptive Sound screen, you will see a quick overview of the feature and the main toggle to turn it on.

  4. Once you’re done reviewing the details, tap to turn on the switch next to Use Adaptive Sound.



    Doing so enables the Adaptive Sound feature on your Pixel 7.

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  • Settings
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  • Google Pixel 7

When enabled, Adaptive Sound improves the sound quality of your phone’s speaker based on the microphone’s assessment on the acoustics near you. The microphone adjusts the sound equalizer settings based on your environment.

How does Adaptive Sound Work?

This feature typically comes in handy when using your device in a noisy environment as it automatically and subtly adjusts and optimizes the volume for seamless audio experience.

As the name suggests, adaptive sound utilizes the phone’s sensors and microphone to learn the type of environment you are in and adjust the sound accordingly. All necessary sound adjustments are made using automatic equalization (EQ) that cures any audio imperfections and accentuates sounds.

If you don’t find the need to use this feature, just repeat the same steps to head back to the Sound and vibration settings then disable the switch for Adaptive Sound.

And that’s how you activate and use the Android 13 Adaptive Sound feature on the new Google Pixel 7 smartphone.


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