wheres the updated one?
Thx again for your work.
If i'm reading it correctly, BrightnessBNR is bound to auto brightness, and DrmEventService is something about some app that streams/uses protected data like Netflix, so i'm guessing that this app is safely to disableAmazing, Enjoy!
I'm looking into some processes like "DrmEventService" under running services & apps like "Themes service", "BrightnessBNR", "Android System" and others consuming a lot of power in the background.
You can see those under app info of each app or in developer options.
Yes, you're right. The problem is they're all tied to one main service which is "Android System" and which can't be removed. Until now, i put the app to sleep by setting it to restricted in battery settings like advised in OP.
Bizarrely, "SecVideoEngineService" isn't related to wifi calling. Can you confirm by disabling it again after you make sure wifi calling is working ? I just want to make sure it is related to Wifi calling. Thank you
Where do we do that?
I own the Galaxy s20 (Exynos) and there are several questions regarding the FAQ.
Question # 1:
adb shell settings put global cached_apps_freezer enabled
adb shell settings put secure tap_duration_threshold 0.0
adb shell settings put secure touch_blocking_period 0.0
adb shell settings put system multicore_packet_scheduler 1
These commands are not mainly FAQs. Are they outdated and do not work on one ui 4.1?
Question # 2:
adb shell settings put system rakuten_denwa 0
adb shell settings put system send_security_reports 0
What are these commands responsible for? How do these commands affect the application launch process? I did not find information in open sources.
Question # 3:
adb shell cmd package compile -m speed -f -a
This command is responsible for compiling applications as well as the "Repair app" command in the "Recovery" menu? Application optimization with this ADB command takes 30 minutes and after this command, applications open faster according to my subjective feelings. (https://android.googlesource.com/pl...ve/+/2ab108c5be96768ef094591720596fbc4b7f91f7)
Question # 4:
adb shell settings put global ram_expand_size_list 0,1,2,4,6,8
Why do you recommend stopping with 1GB Ram Plus instead of turning Ram Plus off completely by choosing the 0 argument?
Question # 5:
adb shell pm disable-user --user 0 com.samsung.android.game.gos
adb shell pm clear --user 0 com.samsung.android.game.gos
adb shell settings put secure game_auto_temperature_control 0
If you recommend disabling the "Game optimize service", then you do not need to disable the "Game Booster service" in order to exclude the impact of these services on performance?
Question # 6:
adb shell settings put system slider_animation_duration 1000
Found this team in tips to increase the smoothness of MIUI 12. (https://c.mi.com/thread-3010847-1-0.html). Does this team work on Galaxy smartphones? I didn't really notice the difference, but maybe someone can check it on their device.
Question # 7:
adb shell settings put global enhanced_processing 1
Is this setting responsible for "Improved Processing" in the battery management menu? If yes, then on S20 only one "Improved Processing" mode and unlike S21 does not make sense to change this parameter to 2 or 3?
Question # 8:
adb shell settings put global sem_enhanced_cpu_responsiveness 1
This command has only two arguments: 0 and 1? Or are there any other arguments?
Question # 9:
adb shell settings put system k2hd_effect 1
After rebooting, the value of this command is reset to 0. What reason do you think? How can this be avoided?
Question # 10:
adb shell settings put system sound_effects_enabled 0
Does this setting disable Dolby Atmos? Or turns off the equalizer? And what is the effect of disabling this parameter in the audio quality pan?
Thank you in advance!
I did however, follow all the ADB commands that are suggested in OP. I'm running on FHD+, Adaptive Motion Smoothness (via Galaxy Max Hz app), Processing speed set to Optimized. Enabled CPU Responsiveness, enabled performance limit. I know it sounds crazy, but I get the best of both worlds with the performance limit ON and CPU Responsiveness ON, the phone is insanely fast and battery is great. I tried different combinations and this has been my best result in terms of battery life and I'm still at 42%. My benchmarks are still 1200, 3400.
1- I have been uninstalling apps over adb for a long time now, and from a functionality standpoint, they don't interfere with the user experience, but on the contrary, uninstalling them improves the experience.Some of those apks on the block list just sit there and do nothing unless needed.
You need to know what you're blocking and if it really needs/should to blocked.
Dependencies, dependencies, dependencies, the app names and functions can be deceiving.
Samsung's have so many features you may never realize what you lost and for little or no gain.
The Google system and user apps are some of the worst offenders.