System Animation Tweak

Fishbate

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What you see on your smartphones are the combination of digital expertise. From GPU to animation renderer and 2D 3D images. These what makes us users go nuts with games and other medias.

Although we think that when we buy a smartphone the specification given is the maximum capability . Well its not... there's more juice :p.

Although i don't recommend to this trick.. its always good to be informed and be aware of smartphones hidden capabilities.

In this trick you can modify animation features on your smartphone. This trick only applies on Android phones.

Android contains a hidden developer options menu that you can enable by going into your main system settings, then navigating to About > Software Information > More > Build number. Now tap on the build number several times until a small message at the bottom of the screen confirms that you’re a developer.

After wards go back to menu and search for Developer Option on the list.
Open developer option and you will see options that are not available before.o_O

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There are a list of modifiable settings you can play around with the developer option.
For now we should focus on Animator Duration Scale, Transition animation scale and window animation scale.

These options are one of the reasons why we have those eye popping transitions and awesome effects on our smartphones. The default setting of these 3 settings is 1x . You can set it lower if you want your phone to reduce effects and transitions...adjusting to a higher setting makes your effects and transitions more crisp.

Let me warn:unsure: you that the Developer Options has a ton of interesting features to play around with, but you can also mess things up pretty badly, so it’s best not to change anything you haven’t thoroughly researched.

My goal for this trick is for you guys to be aware and be informed:p... "sharing knowledge is sharing power"

Have fun guys!
 

socialagency

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Android contains a hidden developer options menu that you can enable by going into your main system settings, then navigating to About > Software Information > More > Build number. Now tap on the build number several times until a small message at the bottom of the screen confirms that you’re a developer.
I have just checked my android smratphonbe but I don't see More > Build number in Software Information

How to enable this feature on Android smartphones? seem it is just for developers?
 

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I have just checked my android smratphonbe but I don't see More > Build number in Software Information
How to enable this feature on Android smartphones? seem it is just for developers?
Hi @socialagency , can i ask what is your smartphone (Model & Manufacturer )? i can check if this feature is possible on your smartphone:).
 

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I am checking this on Samsung galaxy c9 Pro, Android version 6.
It is the same method @socialagency .

Step 1: Open ‘Settings’.

Step 2: Scroll down and tap on ‘About Device’ menu.

Step 3: Under it, scroll down and locate ‘Software info’ and tap on it.

Steps 4: Now look for ‘Build Number’ under the options.

Step 5: Tap seven-times or more ‘Build Number’ until a message appears and after it, you’ll be told that you are now a developer.

Step 6: Go back to Settings and there you’ll get Developer Options displayed there at the bottom of the list.

I don't know why there is no "Build Number" on your Software info list.

Just to be sure kindly check this site:
http://androidcure.com/enable-developer-options-samsung-galaxy-c9-pro/

Please update me if you already got access...good luck:).
 

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It is the same method @socialagency .

Step 1: Open ‘Settings’.

Step 2: Scroll down and tap on ‘About Device’ menu.

Step 3: Under it, scroll down and locate ‘Software info’ and tap on it.

Steps 4: Now look for ‘Build Number’ under the options.

Step 5: Tap seven-times or more ‘Build Number’ until a message appears and after it, you’ll be told that you are now a developer.

Step 6: Go back to Settings and there you’ll get Developer Options displayed there at the bottom of the list.

I don't know why there is no "Build Number" on your Software info list.

Just to be sure kindly check this site:
http://androidcure.com/enable-developer-options-samsung-galaxy-c9-pro/

Please update me if you already got access...good luck:).
@Fishbate , you are right, I need to touch a few times on Build Number and it told me now developer options mode is turned on and I could see Developer Options in Settings.

BUt now I don't want use it any more and want to hide Developer Options. It is possible to do this?
 

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@Fishbate , you are right, I need to touch a few times on Build Number and it told me now developer options mode is turned on and I could see Developer Options in Settings.
BUt now I don't want use it any more and want to hide Developer Options. It is possible to do this?
I'm glad to know @socialagency :)

To disable it do the following :
  • Using the Quick Settings menu and the “gear” icon, or the app drawer itself, head over to the Settings app.
  • Under the Device menu cluster, you’ll be able to find the Apps option. Tap on it and you should see the Apps screen which should show Downloaded, Running, and All apps.
  • Under the All apps tab, scroll down further below and tap on Settings menu icon.
  • Once you’ve accessed the Settings app menu, tap on the button that says Clear data then tap on Ok when asked to confirm your action.
  • The Settings app will be restored to the default value and the Developer options item will now be disabled/absent from the Settings screen.
you can also check this site for your reference:
https://updato.com/how-to/enable-use-disable-developer-options-android
 

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I'm glad to know @socialagency :)

To disable it do the following :
  • Using the Quick Settings menu and the “gear” icon, or the app drawer itself, head over to the Settings app.
  • Under the Device menu cluster, you’ll be able to find the Apps option. Tap on it and you should see the Apps screen which should show Downloaded, Running, and All apps.
  • Under the All apps tab, scroll down further below and tap on Settings menu icon.
  • Once you’ve accessed the Settings app menu, tap on the button that says Clear data then tap on Ok when asked to confirm your action.
  • The Settings app will be restored to the default value and the Developer options item will now be disabled/absent from the Settings screen.
you can also check this site for your reference:
https://updato.com/how-to/enable-use-disable-developer-options-android
@Fishbate I could not see options that you mentioned above. Can you share screenshots for those steps or a video guide to disable this?
 

MihaitaFk

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I have used developer options, many times, but just for connect my phone though PC/Laptop, I didn't use it to maximize my game power graphic.
Also you can check the, Stay awake button for your phone, after you check that button, Android will keep your device’s screen on while charging and won’t turn it off.
 
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