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  1. Thomas Bjornsen's Avatar
    Nice trick.
    Wish it worked with messaging and my Outlook server, as in both of those I keep hitting commands in that bar while typing.
    06-28-2017 06:35 PM
  2. sunrat39's Avatar
    Go to settings > general > about phone > software info > and then tap 'build number' 3 times to enable developer mode. Then go back to settings > general > developer mode > and then scroll down until you see "window animation scale, transition animation scale, and animator duration scale. Now turn them all off. Now watch how fast and fluid your OS will be! I do this for all my other android phones, a huge improvement in speed when navigating through the OS.

    Then go to settings > networks > mobile data > and then go through your apps and pick the ones you DON'T want to have background data permissions (such as Facebook) and then press disable background data. It'll help you save battery and data. Alternatively you can enable "data saver mode" as well from the notification bar dropdown shortcut.

    Last but not least, install the following free apps:

    ForceDoze
    Greenify

    Follow the instructions from the ForceDoze app and enable it. It will significantly improve battery life when the phone is idle.

    Install Greenify and tap the + symbol to select apps you want to hibernate. The developer suggests that you only hibernate apps YOU RARELY USE. Then occasionally, press the hibernate button and hibernate those apps. You'll see an improvement in battery life. On average I get around 5-6 hours SOT. Sometimes more, sometimes less (depending on usage and apps installed).
    Thanks for the animation tip. It definitely seems faster.
    flyingkytez and aximtreo like this.
    06-30-2017 07:38 PM
  3. walterkurtz's Avatar
    Go to settings > general > about phone > software info > and then tap 'build number' 3 times to enable developer mode. Then go back to settings > general > developer mode > and then scroll down until you see "window animation scale, transition animation scale, and animator duration scale. Now turn them all off. Now watch how fast and fluid your OS will be! I do this for all my other android phones, a huge improvement in speed when navigating through the OS.
    hi i hope i'm not responding to a terribly old post. but i am only a week into V20 (from V10)...

    should i follow the above instructions if i am using nova launcher?

    thank you!
    MDMcAtee likes this.
    07-17-2017 03:31 PM
  4. MDMcAtee's Avatar
    hi i hope i'm not responding to a terribly old post. but i am only a week into V20 (from V10)...

    should i follow the above instructions if i am using nova launcher?

    thank you!
    Go into the Nova settings under look and feel.. Set all animations settings to faster than light.

    Mac
    07-18-2017 08:38 AM
  5. walterkurtz's Avatar
    danke!
    07-21-2017 10:45 AM
  6. flyingkytez's Avatar
    hi i hope i'm not responding to a terribly old post. but i am only a week into V20 (from V10)...

    should i follow the above instructions if i am using nova launcher?

    thank you!

    Yes. With Nova Launcher, you can edit the homescreen transitions to be faster. But outside of that (text messaging app, settings menu, etc. will open/load faster without the animation crap).
    07-23-2017 11:02 AM
  7. flyingkytez's Avatar
    Not to mention, forcedoze doesn't even work for Android N.. I used to use greenify with all my phones since it released, but for my v20 it seems to drain it. :-/
    Force Doze now compatible with Android N. Greenify suggests to disable auto hibernation and ONLY hibernate apps that you rarely use. Apps not hibernated will automatically start when there is a notification.
    07-23-2017 11:22 AM
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