How To Use Two Earphones Together In Realme Smartphones
Realme introduced the Dual-Mode Audio feature with Android 10-based Realme UI 1.0 custom skin. Now, Realme UI 4.0 is officially released, and most of the eligible smartphones have received the update, excluding the Realme C series.
On the other hand, the company is still rolling out Realme UI 4.0 for its eligible devices. Realme 9i smartphone users are receiving the major Realme UI 4.0 update with Realme UI build version RMX3491_11_F.04.
If you wish to install this update, please ensure that your device is updated to baseline versions RMX3491_11.C.07, RMX3491_11.C.08, and RMX3491_11.C.09.
Now, with the Realme UI 4.0, the Chinese tech giant improves the usability of the feature. The Dual-Mode Audio feature is one of the best features of the UI.
Realme Dual-Mode Audio:
Dual-Mode audio of the Realme UI 4.0 is a unique feature that allows you to share your audio with friends, family, and other people, while you listen with Bluetooth earphones. With the feature, you can use both Bluetooth audio devices and a Wired audio device at the same time, or you can choose Speaker. In addition, Bluetooth and wired earphones can work simultaneously and play the same media audio.
This feature can be fruitful when you are listening to phone audio using Bluetooth, and your friend and other person want to listen to phone audio on wired headphones. So in this guide, we are sharing the steps for how to use the Dual-Mode Audio feature on your Realme smartphone.
Note: To use this feature, you first have to connect to a pair of Bluetooth earphones and then a pair of wired earphones.
How To Use Realme UI 4.0 Dual-Mode Audio Feature:
- Go to Settings on your device.
- Scroll down and tap on Realme Lab
- Tap on Dual-mode audio
- From here, Turn On the toggle
- Choose media audio
- Bluetooth earphones
- Wired earphones
Now, you can choose Bluetooth and Wired earphones at the same time or also you can select Speaker only. In addition, the Dual-Mode Audio feature comes with Realme Lab; it is a menace, and the feature is still in the beta phase.
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