Question How to Force All the apps to get 120Hz?

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Jason_Lim

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Jun 9, 2020
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Hello sfu,

I alr set my display to 120Hz, but does it mean I am getting 120Hz on all my settings ??
If not, how do I force all the apps to get 120HZ?

Thank You.
 

Nate91

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Apr 17, 2012
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Isn't it always 120Hz? Check with the app that display refresh rate. But the last time I checked, everytime it was 118-120Hz.
 

djuroue1

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Nov 9, 2011
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You need to delete battery app data.You will have yt and all aps on 120hz but after some time it reverts on 60hz and you need to delete it again.
 

Jason_Lim

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Jun 9, 2020
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You need to delete battery app data.You will have yt and all aps on 120hz but after some time it reverts on 60hz and you need to delete it again.
That's troublesome though, is there any other way to make it permanent to 120Hz ???
Why it keep on reverts to 60hz?
 

robocopvn

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I thought it was an adaptative screen freqency rate but actually, we only have the option to set to 60Hz or 120Hz. Only. Or did I miss something ?
According to the GSMarena review, F3 has variable refresh rate, it will automatically change between 60,90 and 120HZ. This guide will lock it on 90hz
 

robocopvn

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So why in settings I only see 60Hz or 120Hz and nothing about 'switching' 'variable' etc ? :s
Just put it on high (120hz). It will automatically reduce to 90hz or 60hz depends on what shown on the screen and how you interact with the screen.

For example, when you're watching a website, reading text, it will automatically put back on 60hz. And when you touch the screen (for example, to scroll the website) it push back on 120hz :)
 
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    So why in settings I only see 60Hz or 120Hz and nothing about 'switching' 'variable' etc ? :s
    Just put it on high (120hz). It will automatically reduce to 90hz or 60hz depends on what shown on the screen and how you interact with the screen.

    For example, when you're watching a website, reading text, it will automatically put back on 60hz. And when you touch the screen (for example, to scroll the website) it push back on 120hz :)