We all need a faster phone experience, so today we’ll demonstrate to you one exceptionally basic trap that is ensured to make your smartphone faster. There are no applications included, no precarious fiddly bits and no root consents needed; only 10 seconds of your time and around 15 catch presses. We should do this.
What we’re going to do is handicap the transitions and animations on your phone. These are the settings that control what happens when you swipe starting with one screen then onto the next, or one application to another. They additionally control how rapidly popups show up.
Steps to do it:
- Go to your smartphone’s Settings, scroll down to About Phone and tap it.
- Find Build Number and tap it seven times until you see that Developer Options have been enabled.
- Go back up to Settings and tap Developer Options.
- Scroll down to Window Animation Scale and tap it. Set it to ‘Off’.
- Tap Transition Animation Scale and set it to ‘Off’ as well.
- That’s it.
What is Window Animation Scale?
Window Animation Scale is the period of time that Android takes to vitalize a popup window. In the event that it is set to ’10x’, for instance, it will set aside quite a while for a popup window to show up.
To see it for yourself, set Window Animation Scale to ’10x’, do a reversal up to Settings and after that about-face into Developer Options. You ought to see a moderate popup window cautioning you about upsetting things. Presently, about-face and set it to “Off” and attempt once more. Much faster, isn’t that so?
What is Transition Animation Scale?
Transition Animation Scale is fundamentally the same thing, however for transitions between screens, for example, between one application and another, or when propelling an application from your home screen.
This one is super straightforward. Set it to “10x” and press the home catch. Takes a while, huh? Presently, set it to “Off” and appreciate moment transitions.
What is Animator Duration Scale?
This is the third choice in the rundown that no one appears to see appropriately. Changing the settings here doesn’t appear to have any unmistakable effect to speed and that is on the grounds that it doesn’t. So what is Animator Duration Scale?
It fundamentally just controls the velocity of “stacking” animations. To see it in real life, set it to “10x” and dispatch YouTube (or whatever other application that takes over a second to stack). Perceive how moderate the minimal roundabout stacking animation is?
In the event that you set Animator Duration Scale to “Off” and dispatch YouTube once more (make certain to clear it from your Recent Apps list so it isn’t spared in reserve), you’ll see that there is no roundabout stacking animation by any means. Setting it anyplace above “Off” just makes that animation faster or slower, yet it doesn’t really speed anything up concerning the operation of your phone.