Tuesday, August 13, 2013

How to speed up your Samsung Galaxy S3 in two minutes

If you owned a Galaxy S III, the chances are that you have had for quite some time. The next wave of droids have landed with the likes of the HTC One S III just released successor, who will perhaps also feels a bit on the slow side, especially if some of your friends the first users of the latest devices and more large. If you feel as if your S III to be the best and, at times, have a quick tip on how you can try to speed things up. More details after the break!

Now the Galaxy S III is broadly pretty slick device and Android Jelly Bean supports all versions, has the advantage of a great war in the lag Recommendation Google, charmingly describes as "Project Butter. Said, it seems that momentarily still image performance when certain actions such as navigation between messages in the stock messaging app, but with some adjustments to the settings, they might find your device run as good as it always has been.

Next, we prepared a short tutorial on how you can be able to achieve a small bump in speed. Of course, results may vary, and while this worked well on the Galaxy S III inTecs, you must understand that you may not notice much improvement in the device itself.

The steps are very simple, so if you have a few minutes, check out the steps below and you could walk also less stuttery Galaxy S III.

Step 1: First, you will need to open the Settings menu natively.

Step 2: Next, you have to navigate through the options for developers, and animation scale values ​​the window and transition animation scale to change to about 0.5x.

Step 3: Profit! Animation If your device is significantly more punch than ever.

Of course, students will be among this note does not really speed up your device, which works like the iOS adjust speed intensifier simply reduce the transitions between animations.

That said, it works pretty well at our end, why not give it a try on the Galaxy S III and let us know how it works for you by leaving a comment below?

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