Every new Android version is different from other the older one. The user interface works on direct manipulation, with touch gestures that loosely correspond to real-world actions, for instance swiping, tapping and pinching for manipulating on-screen objects, alongside with a virtual keyboard to input text.
Android’s source code is released by Google under free software licenses, although most Android devices ultimately ship with a combination of free and proprietary software, including those proprietary software which are required for accessing Google services.
In this lesson you will learn about enabling developer options on your Android device and then programming it to perform tasks much faster than before with new blazing fast speed.
You can do this by following few simple steps mentioned here, in a matter of seconds without installing any third-party applications.
How To Speed Up Any Android Device?
By default ‘Developer Option’ menu is kept hidden from general Android users. So first thing you need to do is enable that hidden option in order to access Android development functions.
Visit ‘Settings’ menu of your Android device and tap ‘About Device’ (or ‘About Phone/Tablet’).
Scroll down to ‘Build Number’ menu option and tap is 7 times. Now move back to last page i.e. ‘Settings’ page, scroll and you notice a new menu i.e. ‘Developer Options’.
Enable it by swiping the button and look up for these three options:
- Window animation scale
- Transition animation scale
- Animator animation scale
By default each option is set to 1x speed, what you need to do is tap to open each item and change it to something like .5x speed. This will dramatically increase the speed of your Android device.
The given technique simply forces your Android device to speed up all animations, transitions and in-result, you get a smoother and faster user experience.