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    Sometimes when headphones/aux plugged in I have to actually go into audio settings for the eq and Dolby headphones to actually kick in.........
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    Anyone else?
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    Are you thinking the DD kicks on automatically like say "Beats" does on a HTC? It doesn't. There's no way to access those controls from the music player (idiotic I know), so you have to back out and go into the main settings to play with them/activate them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveISU View Post
    Are you thinking the DD kicks on automatically like say "Beats" does on a HTC? It doesn't. There's no way to access those controls from the music player (idiotic I know), so you have to back out and go into the main settings to play with them/activate them.
    no I understand that, but even though Dolby headphones is turned on and graphic eq set,.......lets say I unplug my headphones and later plug them back in.......sometimes I have to just access the audio settings menu for the enhancements to take effect again.

    Just having the headphones plugged back in should resume previous settings.

    It may have something to do with being previously connected to Bluetooth phone call and switching back to music after the call is over ...... Not sure
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    Quote Originally Posted by irvin792 View Post
    no I understand that, but even though Dolby headphones is turned on and graphic eq set,.......lets say I unplug my headphones and later plug them back in.......sometimes I have to just access the audio settings menu for the enhancements to take effect again.

    Just having the headphones plugged back in should resume previous settings.

    It may have something to do with being previously connected to Bluetooth phone call and switching back to music after the call is over ...... Not sure
    Ah gotcha, not sure about that. Never noticed it but I don't take many bluetooth phone calls.

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