Setup Sound in My Boy GBA emulator on Huawei G700

Edited by Lukward Thomason, Rushell, Eng

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Steps

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    Start off by unlocking the phone
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    To do this, we need to press the unlock button on the right-hand side of the phone.
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    Then swipe down on the screen
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    Once the phone is unlocked, we need to access the emulator itself
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    In this example, it is located in the "Emulators" folder, so we'll tap to open that folder.
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    Next, we'll tap on the "My Boy" emulator
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    Once the emulator is open, we need to access the Settings
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    To go there, we need to press the wrench icon at the upper right corner of the screen.
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    Now, we'll tap "Audio", which is the second option on the "Settings" menu
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    The first option is "Enable sound"
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    In order to have the sound of the game, this option needs to be checked. Tap to remove the check and disable the sound if desired.
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    The next option is "Sound volume"
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    This doesn't directly depend on the sound of the phone and will determine the output sound. If this option is set at 100%, but we lower the volume of the phone, the game sound will also be lowered. However, if the phone volume is set to maximum, but the sound volume of this application is at 50%, then only 50% of the sound volume will be heard.
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    To change this, we need to tap on "Sound volume"
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    Then slide the slider from 0 to 100
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    Let's keep it 100 at this point and tap "OK"
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    Next is "Sound frequency", so let's tap on that
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    We can select from three frequencies
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    The higher the sound frequency, the better the sound, but unfortunately, the lower the performance and latency. Set this according to the overall performance of the phone.
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    We're going to keep the current frequency, which is the one at the top, so we'll just tap on that
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    Now, we can go back by pressing the back button at the lower left corner of the screen
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    Tap the same back button again
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    Now, we're back at the main menu
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    This concludes our tutorial on how to set up the sound on the My Boy Game Boy Advanced emulator on the Huawei G700
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    Thank you for watching VisiHow. If you have any other comments or questions, please leave them in the comment section below.
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Recent edits by: Rushell, Lukward Thomason

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