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How to Increase FPS on Android Games

Improve your mobile gaming experience with these built-in settings!

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How to Increase FPS on Android Games

FPS is one of those terms you constantly hear everywhere.  As hardcore gamers, we always want to enjoy the games we play to the fullest.

This often means scouring the internet to look for the optimal settings to apply to either a PC or a console.

Today, we bring you a guide focused on increasing FPS on Android games. We’re confident that these settings can elevate your mobile experience to the next level.

Changing Your Refresh Rate

Changing Your Refresh Rate

One of the easiest ways to achieve a higher FPS count in an Android device is to increase the screen refresh rate. For this to improve the experience, all you need to do is to set up the value to the highest your device offers.

Unfortunately, there are some downsides to this strategy. Mainly, it doesn’t necessarily work on every device, as many older or cheaper models won’t include these options.

If you are in this situation, you can try to access the Display folder and then select the Advanced options. Once in there, you should tap Refresh Rate and set it to the highest possible value.

Changing Your Internet Connection

Changing Your Internet Connection

Mobile gaming relies heavily on the constant transfer of data between your phone and the gaming servers. As such, a poor internet connection will lead to slow data exchange which can greatly affect your FPS.

For this reason alone, it’s a good idea to have a good internet connection if you plan on playing mobile games on a serious note.

Remember to play using your home’s Wi-Fi as this will decrease the cost of keeping your device connected to the internet as well as improve the quality of the connection, making the game more stable.

Turning Off Force 4x

There are a lot of options and tools that developers use trying to improve our experiences. Force 4x is one of the said tools, as it allows games to vastly improve their graphical capabilities.

While the quality is noticeable, it can cause a major impact on any game’s FPS. This comes off as only logical as the game needs to spend more hardware resources on rendering high-quality images.

If your smartphone sits on the lower end of graphical power, then it’s possible that this setting being on is causing more harm than good. For this reason, we recommend setting it off and checking what happens.

Installing a Game Booster App

Installing a Game Booster App

Booster apps have become a popular method of getting better FPS in mobile games. Much like their PC counterparts, these apps are installed to modify certain parameters, such as closing programs or cleaning cookies.

Even if some of these settings can be manually adjusted, some applications may be harder to close. In these scenarios, a Booster may prove immensely beneficial to your FPS.

Some boosters may have an integrated junk-removal function which may free up some memory space from your device.

Overclocking Your CPU

Overclocking Your CPU

Our last method of improving your FPS is the famous overclocking method. You may have heard this term from PC gaming before. Be warned, however, that you may need to root your phone before proceeding with this method.

You will then need to install a custom kernel. There are many of these around the internet; just choose the one that suits you better.

Overclocking will shorter your device’s life span, but it will squeeze all your processor’s power! We hope this guide has helped you get a better experience out of your phone.

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