Do u know which app to restore get that extract text from photos , screenshot and gallery introduced on one ui 5 . I moved to beta version and couldn't get this feature. Tried installing suggestions , bixby apps etc
Try private compute and android personalisation
its weird...I can't make mine go down to 1hz..or even 60hz... when I do..it always falls back to 24--60 and its super stuttery.. im trying min and max at 96..its the only thing that works...it doesn't jump back and forth from 24 too 120... it just always stays on 96hz... I can't make it work any other way...ill test it out..see if its better than adaptive 24hz-120hz....
Try min 1 max 120its weird...I can't make mine go down to 1hz..or even 60hz... when I do..it always falls back to 24--60 and its super stuttery.. im trying min and max at 96..its the only thing that works...it doesn't jump back and forth from 24 too 120... it just always stays on 96hz... I can't make it work any other way...ill test it out..see if its better than adaptive 24hz-120hz....
Agreed, setting sem_enhanced_cpu_responsiveness to 1 caused slight stutter and some heating on my phone. I as well had to revert it back to 0, That's coming from the SD S21 Ultra running Android 13 latest November security patch.If you have an S22 Ultra, I would recommend staying away from these 3 settings.
Restricted device performance adb command worked nicely on One UI 4 but it's honestly not needed in One UI 5. I tried it at 0,0 and the device stutters sometimes navigating through apps or settings. I also put CPU Responsiveness back to 0. The phone is already blazing fast and these commands aren't necessary on the S22 Ultra. My processing speed is at optimized for better battery life.
I also noticed my standby time increased a lot with restricted device performance at 0,0 and CPU Responsiveness set to 1, so I put them back to 1,1 and 0.
Also, everytime I entered this command "restricted_device_performance" and changed it to a different value, my phone rebooted.
This might be different for other Galaxy models though. This is just a heads-up to S22 Ultra Snapdragon owners.
Once again, love these settings you have shared with us, I'm using quite a few of them and I can already see the difference in battery life. Great work!
- Put Global | enhanced_processing 1
- Put Global | restricted_device_performance 0,0
- Put Global | sem_enhanced_cpu_responsiveness 1
We all know what these 3 settings do to our device , FORTUNATELY enough
enabling the Adaptive Battery doesn't change the value of these settings .
Phone runs smooth , even better than when i first bough the phone , battery life is amazing , no performance issue , never heat up even when i do some multitasking stuff , the only time it gets a little bit warm is when playing Mobile Legends (moba game just like Dota , beautiful graphic , very popular here in Asia) and the warm is very acceptable.
IMO, XDA is a forum for more advanced users. Although it has regular news posts I think the main idea is to share phone mods. Beginners need to expect bad results until they are no longer beginners. That is on them and not on you.
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.