Control the refresh rate of your Samsung mobile like a pro with Galaxy Max Hz
The Galaxy Max Hz application allows you to adjust the screen refresh rate to your liking and easily switch between different modes.
The refresh rate or refresh rate of smartphone screens has improved considerably in recent years. From the most premium mobiles to mid-range terminals, this quality is already a reality for many users of a Samsung mobile, although it must be used with caution.
A higher refresh rate has two meanings, one positive and one negative: a greater fluency when using the phone and playing video games, but also a higher battery consumption. Therefore, users are advised to insert the different refresh rates according to the use that we are going to make of the phone.
If you are watching a video or consulting WhatsApp with 60 Hz you have plenty, but if what you want is switch from one application to another or spend some time playing, a rate of 90 or 120Hz will be much more comfortable for you. These changes can be made manually or through the automatic system offered by each mobile. Very limited options, taking into account the possibilities offered by this higher update frequency.
“If your phone has a 120Hz display and you want to set the refresh rate to a medium value, say 90Hz, there is a high probability that your phone will not allow it.“they explain in XDA-Developers. For this and other reasons, the members of the XDA-Developers Member have created the Galaxy Max Hz application with which to adjust the refresh rate of the screen to your liking and, at the same time, facilitate the change between different modes on the fly.
From XDA-Developers they explain that with this application change quickly between screen resolutions and frequencies, see the refresh rate in real time, set a minimum value and enable adaptive rate mode on mobiles where it is not supported natively. It also allows force refresh rate to lowest rate when screen is off, Samsung usually locks the screen when it is turned off with the maximum frequency.
The application has been tested on mobiles such as the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, the Galaxy S20 series, the Galaxy S21 series and the Galaxy Z Fold 2. However, it should work on all the brand’s terminals that have various refresh rates. and that have recently been released, such as the Galaxy A52, the Galaxy A72 and the Galaxy A32.
Galaxy Max Hz can be downloaded for free at web GitHub where it has been published by its developers. They offer an option to remove ads and unlock additional features for a one-time fee and it doesn’t need root access, but it does require an ADB setup.