Do you have an Android device running slow? And you’re looking for simple ways to increase the performance, enjoy a faster internet speed and a better battery life, then, you’re on the right page. In this post, you’ll learn how to increase your Android device performance using simple tweaks.
The tweak we’ll be sharing in this post will improves your device overall Performance, extend your battery life, boost network speed, give you more RAM, good touch responsiveness, faster boot time, and lots more.
For this guide, we’ll be sharing two different tweaks, the first tweak is for users with older Android devices and the second tweak is for newer Android device.
The first tweak requires editing your device build.prop manually and adding some lines on code it. The second tweak, however, involves using a root app. Continue reading the guide below if your device is running Android 7 and below or skip to the guide ahead for newer Android devices.
Steps To Increase Your Android Device Performance (For Old Devices)
But just before we dive into the step to increase your Android device performance, let’s answer a few questions.
What is build.prop?
The “build.prop” file is a system file that exists on every Android device containing the device build information and other system properties/settings. Some of the information are specific to your device or your device manufacturer while other vary according to different Android versions.
How to edit build.prop on your Android device?
Before you can make changes to your device system properties in the build.prop file, your Android device needs to be rooted. You can root your device either by using Magisk manager apk or by installing a custom recovery like TWRP and and install a root manager app.
Once your device is rooted, you need to install a file manager app that can access your device root directory or any build.prop editing app you find useful. I recommend esfilexplorer, your can download it here or BuildProp Editor APK.
Locate your build.prop file inside the Android system root folder if you’re using ES file manager and if you’re using the build.prop apk editor, simply open the app and add the following code at the end of the existing code. Save it!
#Faster Boot & Reboot
#Debug Preserve Buffer
#Disable Tether Alert
#Liquid Smooth UI
#Fremes Per Second
#WiFi Check Interval
#No Boot Animation
#No Debugging Notification
#Image And Video Quality
#Enable Unlock By Menu
#Improve Speech Quality
#Net Speed Tweak
#Force 3D Rendering
#Improve Touch Responsiveness
# Disable logcat
# GOOGLE DNS
# Support For IPV4 and IPV6
# Disable Sending Usage Data
Now save the build.prop file and reboot your device.
Steps To Increase Your Android Device Performance (For New Devices)
If you’re running Android 8.0 Oreo and above, you also need root for this process. Simply download FDE.AI Pro [Root] + FPS meter app from the Google Playstore, however, the app is not free and cost $2.99 (approx NGN 1,100). Once you’ve downloaded and installed the app, open the app and grant root access.
FDE.AI comes with different configurations to help you boost your device performance and improve battery life. You can choose between powersave, adaptive and performance mode and tweak the settings according to your preference to get the best result.
FDE.AI also comes with built-in FPS meter which displays FPS stats for individual apps, a build.prop tweaks and other features like game boost and several other features.
Don’t forget to set the app to auto start whenever you power on your device.
That’s it on how to increase your Android device performance. You will experience a better device performance, faster connection and great battery life.
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