If you've reached this page, you've seen it:
You're in your Galaxy sound settings looking to get your tunes sounding just perfect on your new pair of Tweedz, and there it is. UHQ Upscaler...greyed out.
As a follow-up to our 5 Tips for getting better sound out of your Samsung Galaxy S or Note article, we got a lot of questions from our Tweedz owners on why the UHQ Upscaler option was greyed out on their Galaxy S devices (including S6, S7, S8, S9, & S10).
You've seen it, we've seen it. So, what's going on?
The answer is surprisingly simple.
That's right the UHQ Upscaler is a headphones only feature. That's it. Meaning that you need headphones plugged in to take advantage of the feature.
Obviously, the impact of UHQ will be more obvious on a solid pair of Tweedz headphones (see 7 reasons why you should consider ditching your free inbox headphones).
Now that you've got it turned on, you might be wondering:
What exactly does the UHQ Upscaler do? Great question.
Read about that and more on our 5 tips for getting better sound out of your Galaxy post or 6 shortcuts to get more out of your earbud microphone remote control.
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