Try adjust brightness a little bit higher. On very low brightness conditions, Samsung disables 96Hz on adaptive (this is related to screen calibration). Unfortunately this is beyond control of GMH.
Oh, sorry. We thought it's not useful on OneUI5.0. Will restore it in the next update.@tribalfs
Not sure what has changed on v8 Beta1...
But the "power saving mode" is missing in the default refresh rates menu?
Installing v8 alpha10 brings back the power saving mode slider!
I am using OneUI 5.0 beta with adaptive refresh rate limited to 60Hz max with power saving mode on.
No, you are correct!
That's stange. We tested it on same device with OneUi4.1 and it is working as it is.
I did experience refresh rate being stuck at 60Hz on one occasion with the alpha builds. Turning "power saving mode" on and off from quick settings enabled 120Hz again, strange.
Yes. I tried to clear cache, data and I even uninstalled the beta version and returned to the .58 stable version and gave the permission. PSM just dropped working even on .58 stable version. I remembered that I used to report you the same issue and you fixed in the build around .53. Could you please check? There must be something minor thing wrong. Thanks
It happened to me once, force closing the app solved the issue.
About this app:
Refresh Rate Mods
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 .
I think it's fixed. Never occured on my testing.
Unfortunetly you didn't read the readme or the OP of this thread. Otherwise you would know this is done "by design". The app targets lower Android versions in order to save you from having to use adb/root for most of it's functions.