• Introducing XDA Computing: Discussion zones for Hardware, Software, and more!    Check it out!
  • Fill out your device list and let everyone know which phones you have!    Edit Your Device Inventory

[MOD] Without ROOT get rid of LAG on G3!!!

Search This thread

blmvxer

Senior Member
Jan 13, 2012
1,481
607
I've used both temperature settings and 60fps. I'm also using coolify and greenify.

No over heating highest I see on CPU is between 130-140°F

Sent from my LGLS990 using XDA Free mobile app
 

MRCANNADY

Senior Member
Mar 13, 2009
793
218
I've always seen temperatures like that on my Gnex. Plus I had it OC'd to 1.8Ghz

Currently my CPU is at 118.2°F and battery is at 89.7°F

Sent from my LGLS990 using XDA Free mobile app

Whoa man..are you sure that you're reading those numbers correctly?? That's hot enough to fry an egg. :)

Your phone should not be that hot at all.
 

blmvxer

Senior Member
Jan 13, 2012
1,481
607
Sent from my LGLS990 using XDA Free mobile app
 

Attachments

  • 1409682127179.jpg
    1409682127179.jpg
    96.8 KB · Views: 506

nericollin

Senior Member
Aug 14, 2014
236
589
28
Columbus
0_0 whoah...that is REALLY hot for a phone. I've never pushed a device to that kind of temperature before.

I've heard that the G3's thermal compound is high quality...but it'll only do so much.

I can't seem to find a maximum temperature anywhere for the G3's hardware; has anyone seen a figure on what that might be?
 

blmvxer

Senior Member
Jan 13, 2012
1,481
607
0_0 whoah...that is REALLY hot for a phone. I've never pushed a device to that kind of temperature before.

I've heard that the G3's thermal compound is high quality...but it'll only do so much.

I can't seem to find a maximum temperature anywhere for the G3's hardware; has anyone seen a figure on what that might be?

Usually its 65°C for maximum temperature rating. But that doesn't take account for battery, silicon, and plastic.

Sent from my LGLS990 using XDA Free mobile app
 

iBuzman

Senior Member
Mar 7, 2011
1,437
654
Melbourne
Turned off my HD 60fps (gyroscope sensing) solar system live wallpaper.. Made as much difference as any tweak or secret setting Ive changed re heat and battery (thought Id mention it as it is easy to forget we arr sometimes our own worst enemies and often we try to fix things caused by our own set up) [emoji106]
 

douzi1205

Member
Aug 31, 2011
20
1
Vancouver
Worth a try but definitely not gona change the default setting of the phone.

my phone got high temp and laggy UI after i try this method so i decided to change it back to the default setting

so the results are
1.high temperature
2.laggy UI
3.very slow boot up
4.a ****ed phone...
 

Rafael1000

Senior Member
Dec 9, 2007
795
65
Paris
I have other tricks, works nice on D855 V10j :)

When your phone boots up, go to Developer options and check Disable HW overlays option. Please note that this option resets itself after each reboot. To make it stick persistently, you will have to edit build.prop. To do so use a root file manager app, open the build.prop file and change :

debug.composition.type=c2d
to
debug.composition.type=gpu

Save the changes and reboot your device.
Next, do one more thing to boost the speed of your LG G3. Go to DRAWING settings under Developer options and change all animation scales to .5x instead of the default 1x.

You can also disable USB debug but THAT'S MAYBE A PLACEBO.
changing dalvik to art is not recommended, unstable.

ENJOY :)
 

Pfeffernuss

Senior Member
Jun 30, 2009
5,188
1,957
Wassenaar
What is this 60FPS setting ?

Depending on the firmware version you're running it could already be enabled by default. Otherwise go to your dialer, dial 3845#*855#, scroll all the way down to Dynamic LCD Refresh On/Off and change to:



If you don't have an 855-LG replace the 855 in the dialer part with your product number. If this all doesn't work: there are numerous threads explaining this anyway :cool:

Good luck, this does make much more of a difference than most other 'fixes".
 
  • Like
Reactions: niksssss

niksssss

Senior Member
Jan 23, 2011
267
20
Sofia
Depending on the firmware version you're running it could already be enabled by default. Otherwise go to your dialer, dial 3845#*855#, scroll all the way down to Dynamic LCD Refresh On/Off and change to:



If you don't have an 855-LG replace the 855 in the dialer part with your product number. If this all doesn't work: there are numerous threads explaining this anyway :cool:

Good luck, this does make much more of a difference than most other 'fixes".

It was enabled by default, but thanks for the info !
 

Top Liked Posts

  • There are no posts matching your filters.
  • 89
    If you are experiencing some of annoying LAG on your G3,here is how to get LAG away (works with my G3) :

    1. Enter the following based on your device model:
    3845#*855# (for International model)
    3845#*851# (for T-Mobile)
    3845#*850# (fot AT&T)
    5689#*990# - LG Hidden Service Menu Thanks to @ericdabbs SPRINT G3
    Dial: ##228378 + send, LG Hidden Service Menu (Reduced) ... Thanks to @asialove2013 VERIZON G3

    !!! Verizon- don't know,because when you enter model number of these two carriers nothing happens. Someone could check this out and tell me !!!

    2. Scroll down to High Temperature Property OFF,and select
    3. Turn it ON...
    4. Turn G3 fully off...
    5. Wait at least 10sec...
    6. Turn it back on and wait about 30sec. when Screen Lock shows...

    !!! NEW ADDON !!! For more speed... Tested by me for 14 days... Everything went excellent! Follow these steps after you have done those above...

    1. Again enter hidden menu according to your device model number
    2. Select Thermal Daemon Mitigation OFF
    3. Turn it ON
    4. Turn OFF your G3.
    5. Wait for around 30sec
    6. Turn it on and after lock screen appears unlock it
    7. Wait for at least 60sec more for G3 to finish sync and stuff
    8. BOOM much more fluid and much faster G3

    ... BUT... Now that you have activated Thermal DAE you display will not lower screen brightness anymore. So if you put it to 90% it will stay 90%,if you put it to 100% it will stay there (be caution at 100%,test it)... I put mine to 80-90%,and never had G3 hot or misbehave strangely while playing games,recording 4k video,shooting pictures... Just one thing I noticed... IT IS BLAZING FAST :) :) :) Also you can test it after Clean Master clean up like by Antutu and see test results.

    LAG-FREE G3

    And of course you can buy me a BEER,Heineken :)

    "NOTE" I am not responsible for any damage made to your phone!

    P.S This is the same problem as on G2
    8
    Be careful

    You all need to realize this does turn thermal throttling OFF. It is not off by default, switching it to "On" disables throttling. That's what the option does, it turns on not throttling. Make sense? Here's what I did to test.


    Download CPU-Z from the play store and Antutu. With the switch set to "off: by default, run Antutu. While that's stress testing your CPU, open CPU-Z and check the current CPU frequency. 1.5-1.7ghz, maybe 2.0. However, turn the switch to the "On" position and do the same thing, you'll notice the CPU runs at its full 2.46 Ghz during the test.

    One thing that doesn't make sense to me though, is while the phone throttles the CPU to 1.5Ghz, the temps are actually higher than they were at 2.46, but that may have been a coincidence. Thermal throttling on, (default) had the temps around 38 degrees Celsius, while thermal throttling off (set to the On position) reported 36 degrees. The phone felt hotter too while it was throttling. It's possible that while it throttles, the battery heats up while it's using more hardware resources, but that doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Their thermal throttling system seems poorly optimized, which is why I am going to turn it off and hope my phone doesn't burst into flames.

    That being said, I did notice a little performance increase when opening apps and multitasking. It's there, not a placebo (well not completely), I tested it multiple times. But be cautious about what you are doing to your phone. I know the G2 guys have had good luck with this for a while now, but we are running a slightly different SoC than they are.
    4
    I am expecting a backlash Lol at lag... You all don't know your born!. Try living with a LG optimus 2x for 3/4 years and then you'll know lag.

    I set you all a challenge and go back to a old 3 year old phone and then after a few weeks go back to the LG G3.. Guess what, no lag.

    There are people dying around the world and all some people are worried about is 1 millisecond delay. I myself love tech but sometimes on these forums people need to realise nothing or no one is perfect.

    End of rant and enjoy your LG G3 :)
    3
    How do you adjust the refresh rate?
    Its in the hidden dailer menu. Its the last option called dynamic LCD refresh off/on.

    Here a pic:
    byhetuve.jpg


    When you press it, select screen fps and it should disable the dynamic fps system which causes mild stutters.

    umujary8.jpg


    60fps is smoother than any phone i have ever owned.
    3
    I Enabled "Thermal Daemon Mitigation OFF" for a couple minutes. The phone started warming up just sitting doing some light UI activities. Didn't notice any lag reduction and wasn't comfortable with how warm it was getting over light tasks so I disabled it again.