How to increase your game speed

Do you want to improve the performance of your game on Android without root?

But don't know how to do it.

So, today I will show you how to improve the performance of Android games without root. Today Android is the most popular OS for smartphones. You can see Android everywhere. Most people like to play games on their smartphones. Often when we play upscale games on our low-end devices, it hangs or stops working. So, to improve the performance of the game we have now come with a simple trick.

We will use the developer option in this trick. The Android-developed option has many advanced features for developers. Also, it is very helpful in normal use. Before proceeding to my first guide I will show you how to activate the developer option on your Android phone.

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How to improve the performance of your game on Android

Enable Developer Options

Step 1: Go to your phone settings




Step 2: Scroll down to the bottom, there you will see about phone.

Step 3: From the displacement of the phone down, there you will see the compilation number.

Step 4: Click on the compilation number seven times. Then a box will appear with a message as shown below:

Step 5: Congratulations! It has successfully enabled the developer options. Now, let's move towards our trick.

How to increase the performance of the Games on Android


Step 1: Go to the configuration of your phone.

Step 2: Scroll down and there you will see developer options.

Step 3: Click on it and scroll down slowly, there you will see Force 4x MSAA.




Step 4: Enable that and you are finished.

Note: - Use this function if you face problems while playing games. This function drains a lot of battery, however, the performance of your phone will surely increase. If you want the battery-less to be used, deactivate this option after playing games.

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Then, this was a guide to increase the performance of the game on Android without root. I hope you have successfully increased the performance of your Android device. But if you have a problem, then comment. And if you find this article useful, then do not forget to share it.
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