How do I change the codec on a SBC Bluetooth?
How to Change Bluetooth Codec on Android
- Go to your device Settings.
- Tap on System.
- Navigate to Developer options (you may need to turn on the Developer options first).
- Find the Bluetooth audio codec menu.
- Select your preferred option.
Is SBC a good Bluetooth codec?
SBC stands for Sub-band Coding. It is the mandatory and default codec for all Bluetooth headphones with an Advanced Audio Distribution Profile. It has a pretty decent audio quality without needing too much processing power to encode or decode the source files. However, the quality can be inconsistent at times.
What is SBC Bluetooth connection?
SBC, or low-complexity subband codec, is an audio subband codec specified by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) for the Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP). SBC is a digital audio encoder and decoder used to transfer data to Bluetooth audio output devices like headphones or loudspeakers.
How do I change my SBC codec?
- Go to the settings menu and click “About phone”
- Scroll down to the bottom where you see “Build number”
- Tap it seven (7) times. Android developer settings are now enabled.
- Go to the settings menu again and click System->Developer options->Bluetooth Audio Codec.
- Choose your audio codec of preference.