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Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by IIjulius(m): 4:00pm On Jun 02, 2016
Without know doubt you might have heard of this before now, but in most people case it can be reversed. I tell you, many people might being seeing this for the very first time.
Many people wonder why their Android device spend much time to process or open a page or take you to the next level.

Now let see what is aspiring about android phone.

1. Android devices are Designed in such a way that the user can tweak the OS( operating system) and everything in it, to suit his specification.

2. You don't need any third party
application to do this but just sit and feel the magic which is likely the easiest, simplest and most impactful, giving your Android phone a huge speed boost in a matter of seconds with no third-party software required.

Here's how to Increase Android phone
Speed

1. Enable access to the hidden “Developer options” menu on your Android phone. To do that, simply tap the “About phone” option in Settings. Then tap “Build number”seven times and you’re done. Now you can just go back to the main Settings menu and you’ll find Developer options somewhere near the bottom of the list.

2. Tap the new Developer options menu you just enabled and scroll until you see the following three settings (note that they may be located within an “ Advanced” subsection)

Window animation scale
Transition animation scale
Animator animation scale

3. By default, each of those three options is set to “ 1x” but tapping them and changing them to “ .5x” will dramatically speed up your phone.

This harmless tweak forces the device to speed up all transition animations, and the entire user experience is faster and smoother as a result.

Yes that is all you need to do. Share and comment if it works well for you.

http://leapfame.com/topic/4560/heres-how-toincrease-android-phone-speed

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Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by Nobody: 4:18pm On Jun 02, 2016
It works fine
Welldone
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by Nobody: 4:19pm On Jun 02, 2016
It works fine
Welldone
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by olatunjithomas(m): 4:40pm On Jun 02, 2016
I noticed a change in my phone,I just hope it won't backfire.
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by fredie107(m): 5:04pm On Jun 02, 2016
Work for me
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by agadam(m): 6:01pm On Jun 02, 2016
No need, you are already a developer....
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by Emmaway(m): 7:03pm On Jun 02, 2016
IIjulius:
Without know doubt you might have heard of this before now, but in most people case it can be reversed. I tell you, many people might being seeing this for the very first time.
Many people wonder why their Android device spend much time to process or open a page or take you to the next level.

Now let see what is aspiring about android phone.

1. Android devices are Designed in such a way that the user can tweak the OS( operating system) and everything in it, to suit his specification.

2. You don't need any third party
application to do this but just sit and feel the magic which is likely the easiest, simplest and most impactful, giving your Android phone a huge speed boost in a matter of seconds with no third-party software required.

Here's how to Increase Android phone
Speed

1. Enable access to the hidden “Developer options” menu on your Android phone. To do that, simply tap the “About phone” option in Settings. Then tap “Build number”seven times and you’re done. Now you can just go back to the main Settings menu and you’ll find Developer options somewhere near the bottom of the list.

2. Tap the new Developer options menu you just enabled and scroll until you see the following three settings (note that they may be located within an “ Advanced” subsection)

Window animation scale
Transition animation scale
Animator animation scale

3. By default, each of those three options is set to “ 1x” but tapping them and changing them to “ .5x” will dramatically speed up your phone.

This harmless tweak forces the device to speed up all transition animations, and the entire user experience is faster and smoother as a result.

Yes that is all you need to do. Share and comment if it works well for you.

http://leapfame.com/topic/4560/heres-how-toincrease-android-phone-speed
I've been using it, that though
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by GodwinBash(m): 9:18pm On Jun 02, 2016
Mine has up to 10x, can I choose it or there are risk involved for choosing it?
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by Matthiasbanky(m): 9:32pm On Jun 02, 2016
ok
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by saxby(f): 12:21am On Jun 03, 2016
It didn't work o, this is scam
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by olorunthobby(f): 12:43am On Jun 03, 2016
GodwinBash:
Mine has up to 10x, can I choose it or there are risk involved for choosing it?




op, please answer this
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by Nobody: 12:51am On Jun 03, 2016
olorunthobby:




op, please answer this
10x will make ur phone very slow

it's .5x not 5x

This is how it's arranged

off

.5x

1x

1.5x

2x

5x

10x
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by buchi4action(m): 8:19am On Jun 03, 2016
Thank u brother, it works well
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by olorunthobby(f): 3:55pm On Jun 03, 2016
hoshodie:

10x will make ur phone very slow

it's .5x not 5x

This is how it's arranged

off

.5x

1x

1.5x

2x

5x

10x

OK.. thanks for the information. its really helpful. can you tell us what other options in the developer menu works for ?
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by Nobody: 4:08pm On Jun 03, 2016
olorunthobby:


OK.. thanks for the information. its really helpful. can you tell us what other options in the developer menu works for ?
1.Animator duration scale: This setting changes the duration of the animations which take place when opening and closing the app menu.

2. Background process limit: Right down the bottom of the list, this option lts you set how many processes can run in the background at any one time.

3. Bluetooth HCI snoop log: The 'Enable Bluetooth HCI snoop log' allows you to capture and analyze Bluetooth HCI (Host Controller Interface) packets. Enabling this will places them for analysis in a file on the device storage (/sdcard/btsnoop_hci.log) for retrieval.

4. Bug report: Right at the top of the list you will find 'Take Bug Report'. Tapping this option surfaces the log files on your device, allowing you to send them wherever you wish to view them.

5. Debug GPU overdraw: GPU overdraw happens every time the application asks the system to draw something on top of something else. Debug GPU overdraw gives you information about this.

6. Desktop backup password: Android Developer Options allow you to backup and restore to and from your PC things such as apps and their associated data. This option requires a password for such backups.

7. Don't keep activities: Be very careful about using this setting: it force closes every application as soon as you leave its main view.

8. Enable OpenGL traces: A setting that records OpenGL errors. Enable OpenGL traces places errors in a log file of your choosing.

9. Force 4x MSAA: This setting forces multi-sample anti-aliasing (MSAA). This makes things look better, but puts more strain on the CPU / RAM.

10. Force GPU rendering: This setting forces apps to use hardware 2D rendering, even if they were written to not use it. It can make things look great, or it can temporarily bork your phone. Use with care.

11. Force RTL layout direction: This forces screen orientation for right-to-left language support. Useful principally for developers of multi-language apps.
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by Nobody: 4:22pm On Jun 03, 2016
olorunthobby:


OK.. thanks for the information. its really helpful. can you tell us what other options in the developer menu works for ?
11. Force RTL layout direction: This forces screen orientation for right-to-left language support. Useful principally for developers of multi-language apps.

12. Keep your phone awake: Check the 'Stay awake' opotion and the screen on your phone to stay on anytime and every time it is plugged in. Useful if you are working on Android development and find it annoying that the screen keeps timing out. But it won't do your screen any good in the medium term.

13. Mock locations: Hit the 'Allow Mock Locations' option, and you will be able to manually write location information. This is useful if you are developing an app that uses location information.

14. Pointer location: Places an information bar at the top of your screen that tells you the coordinates of the last place the screen was touched.

15. Power menu bug reports: This adds an option to the menu you see when you press and hold the power key, allowing you to collect and send a bug report.



16. Process stats: This is one of only a couple of options that remains enabled even when you switch off Developer Options. It shows you a tonne of data about what is going on in your smartphone or tablet.

17. Profile GPU rendering: This setting draws a graph - a visual rendering of how hard the GPU is working. You can either view onscreen or save to a file.

18. Select debug app: Choose an app, debug it.

19. Select USB configuration: Select how your Android device should react when it's connected to a PC over USB.

20. Select runtime: Here you can choose to use either Dalvik or ART. Important for developers creating apps to run on Android L.

21. Show all ANRs: Makes every process show an 'App Not Responding' dialog if it hangs. Even if it is running in the background, which is useful if the app you are developing is interfering with another process, and you need to work out what is happening.


22. Show CPU usage: Allows you to view CPU information inscreen at all times.

23. Show GPU view updates: Enable this setting and any onscreen element drawn with GPU hardware is viewed with a red overlay.

24. Show hardware layer updates:Tells you when hardware layers update.

25. Show layout bounds: This useful tool marks the edges of all the elements in a dialog so you know where a touch will activate them.

26. Show surface updates: Selecting this option makes the edge of an onscreen window flash when its contents are updated.

27. Show touches: This option adds a visual cue on the screen wherever a touch is registered.

28. Simulate secondary displays:Allows you to simulate different screen sizes.

29. Strict mode enabled: Flashes the screen when an app uses the main thread to perform long and intensive operations.

30. Transition animation scale: This setting sets the speed for transition-animation playback.

31. USB debugging: Allows your Android device to communicate via USB to your computer via the Android Debug Bridge (ADB). You can also revoke USB debugging authorizations: When you use a computer to debug over USB for the first time, you have to authorize it and set up a keypair. This setting revokes that.

33. Wait for debugger: Not enabled unless you are set up to debug an app. When enabled it prevents that app from starting until the debugger is attached.

34. Window animation scale: Sets the speed for window-animation playback.
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by kecee99(m): 5:06pm On Jun 03, 2016
old trick.
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by olorunthobby(f): 6:55pm On Jun 03, 2016
hoshodie:

11. Force RTL layout direction: This forces screen orientation for right-to-left language support. Useful principally for developers of multi-language apps.

12. Keep your phone awake: Check the 'Stay awake' opotion and the screen on your phone to stay on anytime and every time it is plugged in. Useful if you are working on Android development and find it annoying that the screen keeps timing out. But it won't do your screen any good in the medium term.

13. Mock locations: Hit the 'Allow Mock Locations' option, and you will be able to manually write location information. This is useful if you are developing an app that uses location information.

14. Pointer location: Places an information bar at the top of your screen that tells you the coordinates of the last place the screen was touched.

15. Power menu bug reports: This adds an option to the menu you see when you press and hold the power key, allowing you to collect and send a bug report.



16. Process stats: This is one of only a couple of options that remains enabled even when you switch off Developer Options. It shows you a tonne of data about what is going on in your smartphone or tablet.

17. Profile GPU rendering: This setting draws a graph - a visual rendering of how hard the GPU is working. You can either view onscreen or save to a file.

18. Select debug app: Choose an app, debug it.

19. Select USB configuration: Select how your Android device should react when it's connected to a PC over USB.

20. Select runtime: Here you can choose to use either Dalvik or ART. Important for developers creating apps to run on Android L.

21. Show all ANRs: Makes every process show an 'App Not Responding' dialog if it hangs. Even if it is running in the background, which is useful if the app you are developing is interfering with another process, and you need to work out what is happening.


22. Show CPU usage: Allows you to view CPU information inscreen at all times.

23. Show GPU view updates: Enable this setting and any onscreen element drawn with GPU hardware is viewed with a red overlay.

24. Show hardware layer updates:Tells you when hardware layers update.

25. Show layout bounds: This useful tool marks the edges of all the elements in a dialog so you know where a touch will activate them.

26. Show surface updates: Selecting this option makes the edge of an onscreen window flash when its contents are updated.

27. Show touches: This option adds a visual cue on the screen wherever a touch is registered.

28. Simulate secondary displays:Allows you to simulate different screen sizes.

29. Strict mode enabled: Flashes the screen when an app uses the main thread to perform long and intensive operations.

30. Transition animation scale: This setting sets the speed for transition-animation playback.

31. USB debugging: Allows your Android device to communicate via USB to your computer via the Android Debug Bridge (ADB). You can also revoke USB debugging authorizations: When you use a computer to debug over USB for the first time, you have to authorize it and set up a keypair. This setting revokes that.

33. Wait for debugger: Not enabled unless you are set up to debug an app. When enabled it prevents that app from starting until the debugger is attached.

34. Window animation scale: Sets the speed for window-animation playback.




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After selecting the mock location tab, i still don't know where to manually edit the location preference . Can you enlighten me more about this ?

Thanks
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by Nobody: 7:10pm On Jun 03, 2016
olorunthobby:



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After selecting the mock location tab, i still don't know where to manually edit the location preference . Can you enlighten me more about this ?

Thanks
There are three different ways to send your application mock location data: using Android Studio, DDMS, or the "geo" command in the emulator console.

Using Android Studio

Select Tools > Android > AVD Manager. In the Android Virtual Device Manager window, choose your AVD and launch it in the emulator by selecting the green play arrow in the Actions column.

Then, select Tools > Android > Android Device Monitor. Select the Emulator Control tab in the Android Device Monitor window, and enter GPS coordinates under Location Controls as individual lat/long coordinates, with a GPX file for route playback, or a KML file for multiple place marks.

Using DDMS

With the DDMS tool, you can simulate location data a few different ways:

Manually send individual longitude/latitude coordinates to the device.Use a GPX file describing a route for playback to the device.Use a KML file describing individual place marks for sequenced playback to the device.

Using the "geo" command in the emulator console

To send mock location data from the command line:

Launch your application in the Android emulator and open a terminal/console in your SDK's /toolsdirectory.Connect to the emulator console:telnet localhost <console-port>Send the location data:

geo fix to send a fixed geo-location.

This command accepts a longitude and latitude in decimal degrees, and an optional altitude in meters. For example:

geo fix -121.45356 46.51119 4392geo nmea to send an NMEA 0183 sentence.

This command accepts a single NMEA sentence of type '$GPGGA' (fix data) or '$GPRMC' (transit data). For example:

geo nmea $GPRMC,081836,A,3751.65,S,14507.36,E,000.0,360.0,130998,011.3,E*62
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by Thugnificent(m): 7:49pm On Jun 03, 2016
Lalasticlala

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Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by dfrank2665: 9:50pm On Jun 03, 2016
Thanks man.. Its workin
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by olorunthobby(f): 11:13pm On Jun 03, 2016
hoshodie:

There are three different ways to send your application mock location data: using Android Studio, DDMS, or the "geo" command in the emulator console.

Using Android Studio

Select Tools > Android > AVD Manager. In the Android Virtual Device Manager window, choose your AVD and launch it in the emulator by selecting the green play arrow in the Actions column.

Then, select Tools > Android > Android Device Monitor. Select the Emulator Control tab in the Android Device Monitor window, and enter GPS coordinates under Location Controls as individual lat/long coordinates, with a GPX file for route playback, or a KML file for multiple place marks.

Using DDMS

With the DDMS tool, you can simulate location data a few different ways:

Manually send individual longitude/latitude coordinates to the device.Use a GPX file describing a route for playback to the device.Use a KML file describing individual place marks for sequenced playback to the device.

Using the "geo" command in the emulator console

To send mock location data from the command line:

Launch your application in the Android emulator and open a terminal/console in your SDK's /toolsdirectory.Connect to the emulator console:telnet localhost <console-port>Send the location data:

geo fix to send a fixed geo-location.

This command accepts a longitude and latitude in decimal degrees, and an optional altitude in meters. For example:

geo fix -121.45356 46.51119 4392geo nmea to send an NMEA 0183 sentence.

This command accepts a single NMEA sentence of type '$GPGGA' (fix data) or '$GPRMC' (transit data). For example:

geo nmea $GPRMC,081836,A,3751.65,S,14507.36,E,000.0,360.0,130998,011.3,E*62




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. OK.. since I have activated this developer tab wareva , I have noticed that my phone has started charging at a very slow rate, in fact slower than I could ever imagine please what could have been the cause of this ??


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thanks
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by olorunthobby(f): 11:18pm On Jun 03, 2016
Thugnificent:
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.show some love, this information is helpful
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by Nobody: 12:37am On Jun 04, 2016
olorunthobby:



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. OK.. since I have activated this developer tab wareva , I have noticed that my phone has started charging at a very slow rate, in fact slower than I could ever imagine please what could have been the cause of this ??


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thanks
What re the functions you activated on the developers option?

Have u toggled it off and try charging ur fone if it will go back to it normal rate

Feedbacks needed.
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by olorunthobby(f): 4:26am On Jun 04, 2016
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hoshodie:

What re the functions you activated on the developers option?

Have u toggled it off and try charging ur fone if it will go back to it normal rate

Feedbacks needed.
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. Window animation scale
Transition animation scale
Animator animation scale
By default, each of those three options is set to “ 1x” but tapping them and changing them to “ .5x” will dramatically speed up your phone.
This harmless tweak forces the device to speed up all transition animations, and the entire user experience is faster and smoother as a result.


. This is the only option I've Activat
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Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by olorunthobby(f): 4:26am On Jun 04, 2016
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hoshodie:

What re the functions you activated on the developers option?

Have u toggled it off and try charging ur fone if it will go back to it normal rate

Feedbacks needed.
.





.





. Window animation scale
Transition animation scale
Animator animation scale
By default, each of those three options is set to “ 1x” but tapping them and changing them to “ .5x” will dramatically speed up your phone.
This harmless tweak forces the device to speed up all transition animations, and the entire user experience is faster and smoother as a result.
.



. This is the only option I've Activated so far.
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by monshow25(m): 6:18am On Jun 04, 2016
i followed ur instructions nd It works for me, hope dis won't cause any harms to my device
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by Nobody: 8:57am On Jun 04, 2016
olorunthobby:
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. Window animation scale
Transition animation scale
Animator animation scale
By default, each of those three options is set to “ 1x” but tapping them and changing them to “ .5x” will dramatically speed up your phone.
This harmless tweak forces the device to speed up all transition animations, and the entire user experience is faster and smoother as a result.
.



. This is the only option I've Activated so far.
Are you still facing the same problem after putting the developers option off.
Or you haven't tried to put it off at all?
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by olorunthobby(f): 9:17am On Jun 04, 2016
hoshodie:

Are you still facing the same problem after putting the developers option off.
Or you haven't tried to put it off at all?






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NO , I have not put off the developer option tab . I will put it off now and try charging my phone back maybe it will come back to it's normal state.. will get back to uu.

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thanks
Re: Here's How To Increase Android Phone Speed by Nobody: 9:25am On Jun 04, 2016
olorunthobby:







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NO , I have not put off the developer option tab . I will put it off now and try chasing my phone back maybe it will come back to it's normal state.. will get back to uu.

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thanks
okay no p
Uwc

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