Themes / Apps / Mods [App]Galaxy Max Hz (Refresh Rate Mods, Screen-off Mods, QS Tiles, Tasker Support and More)

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blindskater39

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I can't change my resolution with quick tile anymore after reinstalling the app and enabling adb features. Also no more resolution settings in my Samsung settings.

Edit: I can use the quick tile to change resolution again after restart but I don't understand why the regular resolution settings are removed in case I would like to uninstall it. Also you must switch back to adaptive 120 before uninstall if you want closer to normal settings.
 
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tribalfs

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I can't change my resolution with quick tile anymore after reinstalling the app and enabling adb features. Also no more resolution settings in my Samsung settings.

Edit: I can use the quick tile to change resolution again after restart but I don't understand why the regular resolution settings are removed in case I would like to uninstall it. Also you must switch back to adaptive 120 before uninstall if you want closer to normal settings.
You mean "built-in" resolution changer?
Oh I don't know that samsung removed it in S22.
 

SEParas Jasal

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Hi, I'm using S22 Base SD
Been using pro version since a while and worked flawlessly on oneui 4.1
Updated to OneUI 5 yesterday and 120hz while power saving on does not seem to work

Any fixes for that or is it not yet supported?
 

tribalfs

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Hi, I'm using S22 Base SD
Been using pro version since a while and worked flawlessly on oneui 4.1
Updated to OneUI 5 yesterday and 120hz while power saving on does not seem to work

Any fixes for that or is it not yet supported?
Sorry, existing workaround is blocked in OneUI5.0. No other workaround yet and not sure if we can find any.
 
Jul 4, 2014
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That's strange.
Can you provide more details? Thank you.


Anyone experiencing the same issue?
Checkout the RR shown for different apps, for apps that have inbuilt camera (like WhatsApp, insta), RR goes down to 10hz and stays there even though the apps themselves run at above 10hz. This gives very choppy exp for camera viewfinder, For default camera app it is fine. For a while the issue didn't appear until today morning.
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Mar 21, 2013
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I'm having a weird behavior with 10hz set as minimum, the same issue previously said. When playing videos on Instagram or receiving notifications with phone locked the refresh rate remains at 10hz and lag occurs. If I set 24~120hz then it works normally, video is played in 60hz and notifications are smooth.
 

tribalfs

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V8.0.0.2 in-app update:
-Fixed bug on per-app settings not being restored after turning off and turning on the screen.
 

Beplexor

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Mar 29, 2012
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Is there any way at all to ensure 96hz adaptive keeps working at lower brightness on base s22? Or is it something that can be fixed at some point?
 

youngdicki40

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Sorry, existing workaround is blocked in OneUI5.0. No other workaround yet and not sure if we can find any.
With all due respect, the app's becoming less attractive with each update that renders more and more features invalid. A big reason for many people (including myself) getting this app is to try and conserve whatever battery they can, and it's starting to feel like we paid for nothing. Would really appreciate if you could continue efforts to find the workaround please.
 

tribalfs

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With all due respect, the app's becoming less attractive with each update that renders more and more features invalid. A big reason for many people (including myself) getting this app is to try and conserve whatever battery they can, and it's starting to feel like we paid for nothing. Would really appreciate if you could continue efforts to find the workaround please.
I respect your opinion. But it's not that easy. Basically this feature is just exploiting a bug on the system and that bug was already patched.
 

Beplexor

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Mar 29, 2012
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96hz adaptive doesn't work if PSM isn't turned on, is that fixable?

Also reposting this Q, is there any way to ensure 96hz adaptive keeps working at lower brightness on base s22 with PSM?
 

majiddu81200

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Dec 4, 2022
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Hi i did a purchase but i can't get my code ..
transaction id: 3VD667423S919471P
Galaxy Max Hz Premium for:9b78f317f6136191:SM-S901B
can you send it to me directly to my new email [email protected] ? thanks
 

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    About this app:

    Refresh Rate Mods
    • Change default refresh rates
      -Easily change the overall refresh rate settings of devices supporting multiple refresh rates.
      -Set supported mid refresh rates as the maximum refresh rate limit for battery savings (e.g. 96hz instead of 120Hz).
      -Quick settings shortcut
      -Tasker plugin support

      Note: It's reported that after a certain Samsung's update, 96Hz on Adaptive Mode doesn't anymore work on S22 while on normal power mode. But still working while on power saving mode on certain brightness level. Unfortunately, this is beyond control of GMH.


    • Motion smoothness mode switcher(Normal, Adaptive or High)***
      -Set you device motion smoothness mode to stationary refresh rates (high mode) for better smoothness if so desired on Samsung devices with native Adaptive motion smoothness with a little trade-off to the battery.
      -Apply adaptive mod on device that don't natively support adaptive mode [premium]
      -Tasker plugin support

    • Per-app refresh rate settings:
      Set different refresh rate settings for every app either adaptive or fixed(stationary) [premium].

    • Motion smoothness on power saving mode (not working to all devices with OneUI4.**+, test first). ***
      -GMH will apply a workaround to bypass 60Hz limitation on Power Saving Mode (PSM) on supported Samsung smartphones.
      -Automatically apply workaround when PSM is enabled [premium]

      Note: It's reported that this workaround is blocked and not working in OneUi5.0 on S22
    Screen-off Mods:
    • Force to Lowest Hz
      -Force the lowest refresh rate on screen-off or Always-On Display(AOD) to improve standby power consumption a bit.
      -Select refresh rate to set for AOD/screen-off[premium]
      -Tasker plugin support.

    • Auto apply power saving mode during screen-off ***


    • Auto disable Autosync***


    • Quick-doze mod
      -
      Quickly enter doze mode during screen-off that can not be interrupted by motion [premium]***
      -Tasker plugin support

    • Auto SENSORS OFF (experimental non-root workaround)
      -Device sensors will automatically turn off while screen is off until the device is unlocked to help minimize battery-draining motion-triggered wakelocks while device is not being used [premium]
      -Tasker plug-in support
      - Supports up to OneUI4.* only
    Others
    • Battery protection mod (Experimental)
      -Option to set maximum charge to 86%-95%(for OneUI4+)[premium]


    • Quick resolution switcher
      -Easily switch to any supported resolutions using the included quick setting tile***
      -Tasker plugin support


    • Customizable refresh rate monitor
      -
      Use statusbar or overlay which you can place anywhere on screen.
      -Tasker plugin support

    • Net speed statusbar indicator
    OneUI inspired UI. Dynamic theme and Icon. Manual language selection

    Note: The premium license is on a per device basis (not per user).


    ***these marked features require a one-time ADB procedure (this is not root)

    Galaxy Max Hz background service is highly optimized. Background battery usage p is very negligible .

    Info:
    This app targets older android sdk in order to control refresh rates without ADB setup or root. Just tap OK the dialog that says "This app was built for an older version of Android...." when opened for the first time. If OK button is not visible, just tap the blank space on the lowest portion of the dialog.

    If google play protect will prompt during install that the app is built for older version of android and doesn't include the latest privacy protections, you can ignore it and proceed to the installation. For privacy related concern, please refer to FAQ No. 3.



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    v7.14.58
    v8.0.0

    Changelogs
    Github wiki (Please read specially before asking questions or reporting bugs)
    4
    v7.14.35 in-app update
    -Bug fixes
    2
    v7.14.33 in-app update now available.
    -Improved video player and PIP behavior on lowest min hz settings.
    -Fixed FC when disabling accessibility service on some localizations
    -Improved Greek translations
    -Other bug fixes
    2
    v7.14.34 in-app update:
    -Bug fixes
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    I respect your opinion. But it's not that easy. Basically this feature is just exploiting a bug on the system and that bug was already patched.
    Ah OK didn't realise that. Sorry hope I didn't come across too rude, just frustrated was all.