Add Custom Codec on MX Player to Support DTS and AC3 Audio

MX Player is one of the best video player for Android devices, but due to some technical restrictions MX player don’t support DTS and AC3 Audio. In this guide i’ll tell you how to add Add Custom Codec on MX Player to Support DTS and AC3 Audio. The main reason of this issue is MX Player is facing licensing issues, that why  DTS & DOLBY audio codec supports are now removed.

In the following guide we have added a step by step method to add Custom Codec on MX Player to Support DTS and AC3 Audio. There is not rooting method involved in this guide nor any tricks.

Add Custom Codec on MX Player to Support DTS and AC3 Audio

How To Add Custom Codec on MX Player to Support DTS and AC3 Audio:

Step#1: First download the download the respective ZIP file.

Step#2: Copy the Zip file into the root folder of your device internal memory.

Step#3: Now open MX player on your device.

Step#4: When you open the player it will automatically detect the Codec.

Step#5: App will ask you for a confirmation if you want to use the codec.

Step#6: Tap on OK to proceed.

Step#7: If MX player doesn’t detect the Codec, you can add it manually.

Step#8: Goto MX player settings.

Step#9: Tap on Decoder.

Step#10: Now scroll down and tap on custom Codec.

Step#11: Select the folder where you placed the Zip file.

Step#12: Tap on OK to confirm.

All Done. ! You have successfully installed Custom Codec on MX Player to Support DTS and AC3 Audio. If you face any issue regarding do tell me in comments.


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  • MX Player is my most popular video player. Thanks for sharing.

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