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Force change screen refresh rate to 96hz

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kezzuki

Senior Member
Mar 9, 2013
282
55
Toronto
Saw this on Twitter:

Use adb commands
Code:
adb shell settings put system peak_refresh_rate 96.0 
adb shell settings put system min_refresh_rate 96.0
Seems only support 1080p
But should be easier on battery

To revert back, just click on 60hz or 120hz in settings.

Do this on you own risk. I am NOT responsible for any damage this causes.


Edit: it seems that you have to manually revert by setting 120 and 60 through adb..
 
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jojos38

Senior Member
Jan 25, 2016
109
62
France
Clicking on 120hz didn't revert it back for me, I think you have to go to 120hz and type both commands by replacing 96 to 120 to revert it back.
That being said awesome tip, thank you, I will definitely use only that now.
 
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vboyz103

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Apr 9, 2006
878
136
Saw this on Twitter:

Use adb commands

Seems only support 1080p
But should be easier on battery

To revert back, just click on 60hz or 120hz in settings.

Do this on you own risk. I am responsible for any damage this causes.

OP, I changed this and now my phone is broken. I am holding you accountable since you said you are responsible for any damages caused in your original post.

Just kidding
 

LastDarkWarlord

Senior Member
Dec 1, 2016
50
16
Guayaquil
Saw this on Twitter:

Use adb commands
Code:
adb shell settings put system peak_refresh_rate 96.0
adb shell settings put system min_refresh_rate 96.0
Seems only support 1080p
But should be easier on battery

To revert back, just click on 60hz or 120hz in settings.

Do this on you own risk. I am NOT responsible for any damage this causes.


Edit: it seems that you have to manually revert by setting 120 and 60 through adb..
thanks, been searching for this since last night to change pixel 4's lineage screen rate to 60
 

Inmani

Member
Jan 24, 2021
13
0
Samsung should let a 90hz option
Understatement really...Samsung should allow 24Hz/30Hz/48Hz/60Hz/72Hz/90HZ/96Hz/120Hz refresh rates. They should also allow for 3000 x 1350p @ 96Hz because it should in fact work as the highest resolution relative to the refresh rate of 96Hz for the display at least based on 2400 x 1080p @ 120Hz far as I can tell by the math.
 

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    Saw this on Twitter:

    Use adb commands
    Code:
    adb shell settings put system peak_refresh_rate 96.0 
    adb shell settings put system min_refresh_rate 96.0
    Seems only support 1080p
    But should be easier on battery

    To revert back, just click on 60hz or 120hz in settings.

    Do this on you own risk. I am NOT responsible for any damage this causes.


    Edit: it seems that you have to manually revert by setting 120 and 60 through adb..
    2
    Clicking on 120hz didn't revert it back for me, I think you have to go to 120hz and type both commands by replacing 96 to 120 to revert it back.
    That being said awesome tip, thank you, I will definitely use only that now.
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    Samsung should let a 90hz option