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Unhappy [Q] LG G2 game lags

Hello,
i downloaded a few games and i`m surprised that on Snap800 are some lags...
Assassins Creed Pirates
GTA San Andreas

at last this 2 game has lagged for me and idk why? can anyone help?
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If games are not optimised for the chip, lag will occur. If games aren't properly coded or graphically intensive the phone will use a lot of processing power and heat up quickly. Then it will start throttling the CPU to avoid overheating.

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Ok, thanks for answer... but can be removed some lags via changing rom? cuz im now at stock wit no root and maybe such lags?its really noticable
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Try disabling thermal throttling. I would consider this a design flaw

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i dont want warm phone for this games, i already have disabled high temp off, if ut suggestion wont warm phone ill do it
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LG G2 D800 - AT&T
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actually on GTA not so many lags as on assassin xD bu gta sucks as his gameplay so not so interesting game, im worry about assassin lag its sometime goes really noticable but still playble but i saw that that game was running smooth on nexus 7 abt interesting wrf with ubisoft that cannot make game optimized x.x or aaah im confused what ti do that not warm phone and makes games smooth
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LG G2 D800 - AT&T
Rom: Stock (No root)
Kernel: Stock

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Google Nexus 4 (Sold)
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hello guys,

I have recently bought G2 D802 and i have found the same type of lagging in my device to, previously i was using S3 and S4 and gaming was smooth in both of my previous devices. I play games which do not have high graphics like Temple run 2, Granny Smith and Banana Kong.

It is such a costly device and i am ruing the day i bought this device because i also dont like the camera result of my G2, hoping that update will resolve this problem....
 
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try setting down_differential to 70 in ondemand settings. this stops the CPU frequency jumping up and down so much

you can use apps like trickster to do this easily, but you need to be rooted

remember to turn it back to 10 after playing your games for better battery efficiency


edit.. oops, sorry I brought up an old thread, I forgot I was looking at search results

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