The normal Galaxy Note9 has been very smooth, but if it can still be optimized better, why not do it?
With the current configuration, Galaxy Note9 obviously cannot be judged to be less smooth. The device is actually one of the most powerful devices on the market today, capable of smooth execution of all tasks, including heavy graphics game play.
However, there are some ways for us to make the device smoother, faster, and save battery and memory. Please consult.
1. Turn off unnecessary applications
Often, smartphones, especially from Samsung, don’t have a lot of garbage applications. However, there are still a lot of applications that we will never use, or when buying through networks, there will be quite a few apps that will not do anything.
The easiest way to remove them, or at least disable them, is to go to Settings> Applications, then find the applications that are not in use, select Uninstall or Disable. Note that there are still some system applications that cannot be removed or turned off. You must keep them, or root the machine will be delete to them.
If you know more about the Android platform, you can access Settings> Applications, then press the three dots right corner button and select Show system applications. At this time, hundreds of other applications will appear in the list. However, be careful when turning off these applications because they can have a direct impact on your daily use. Look for information about apps that want to delete / disable on Google before doing so.
2. Speed up image effects
The truth is that this way doesn’t really make the device faster and smoother. It just gives us that feeling by speeding up the effects of opening applications, menus … up to 2 times normal. You can also adjust to completely remove the effects to save a bit of battery.
To install this feature, you need to unlock the Settings menu for Developers first, by going to Settings> Phone Information> Software Information, then clicking consecutively into the Version number created until When you see the message “You have become a developer” appear.
Back to the Settings menu, the Developer settings section is shown at the bottom of the list. Click on it and scroll down to about ¾ of the list, you will see three options: Animation Animation Ratio Window, Transition Animation Ratio and the Motion Effect Time Ratio. Click on those 3 options and select 0.5x. At this point, the menu, notifications and application opening effects will show up / turn off twice faster, creating a faster feeling.
3. Reduce screen resolution when needed
In fact, Samsung has automatically set the screen resolution to fullHD + as soon as it is shipped. This also doesn’t affect the visual experience much, unless you have a good and thorough eye on every pixel on the screen.
If you want, you can still increase the resolution to WQHD + or reduce it to HD +. This of course also affects the performance of the device.
To increase or decrease the screen resolution at will, go to Settings> Display> Screen resolution. If you want to experience movies, turn on WQHD + mode to increase the definition, or if you want to play the game as smooth as possible, just install FullHD + or HD +.
4. Turn off advanced features
This has always been a familiar feature on Galaxy devices from many years ago. They are always packed with dozens of smart features but equally cost-effective.
Go to Settings> Advanced Features and turn off any features you don’t use, which consume resources, such as Smart breaks or Palm palms for screen capture.
5. Turn off / off the Edge screen
This is another smart support feature from Samsung. However, many people may never use it.
To turn off or remove this feature, go to Settings> Display> Edge screen. If you still use it, you can add / remove the necessary tables as desired so as not to be redundant and wasting battery / performance.
6. Turn on Game Mode when playing games
Whether you are playing a game or not, Samsung also allows users to enable this feature to optimize performance for the device. Activation is also very simple, just swipe down from the status bar in any screen, navigate to Performance Mode, click (text) and select Games. The screen brightness will now increase by 10%, the resolution drops to fullHD + to optimize the smoothness of the device.