I reversed all adb commands and it's not fixing the problem. I'll sacrifice myself and factory reset, i'll rewrite ALL ADB COMMANDS from scratch.
I THINK it's some commands in the wrong category (system/secure/global)
I have applied all your presents and adb commands even the new ones except for all in feedback ,Gesture , lookscreen and notifications. and i don't face any issues of lookscreen crash issue. even able to edit lockscreen function and all others
Yes, that's why i deleted those sections from OP. Thank you for weighting in tho
I uninstalled both of those apps, as you can see them listed in the preset I'm using right now. I have mobile data and i can play games smoothly.
We don't remove "drive function". And that problem isn't related to debloating. And you're welcomeMy problem: I am now unable to upload to Google Drive using other applications. If I want to upload to my Drive, I have to do it directly in the Google Drive app. Can anybody help me restore the Drive functionality?
I debloated my S21 using the presets as a guide but did not follow them 100%. I tried searching this thread for anybody else who's had the same problem, but I couldn't find any posts.
Thank you very much for the guide, by the way. I appreciate all the effort you put into this.
Did you try the new adb commands ? The "Preferred network" adb command for exemple improved my speeds a lot. Also, it might not be signal, maybe GMS ? Try also the new command "Google core control", which seems to fix GMS battery drain. ADB commands are constantly updated, so you might want to try the newer ones.First of all, thank you very much for taking your time with this guide. My battery life has improved for sure over the last days, after following the guide.
But it still bugs me of how fast it discharges when the phone is idling, in my pocket. I guess this is because of the poor cellular signal. Is there any way to improve that? I already switched to 4g/3g automatic, but it's still weak. When changing to 3g/2g signal is much better but the mobile data speed is way worse...so i dont know if it's worth it. I was hoping for a fix. Can you help?
I'll try to answer based on my personal experience , so this is just my opinion.Thank you! This afternoon I tried to reactivate it before your answer and it worked!
Does this problem connect also to time vocal reading while playing music? I hope so..
Anyway, why you talk about "uninstalling"?
I always disabled all my (60) processes, somebody told me they is risky to uninsall it. Then this procedure is just for about few mb to gain, does should really worth it?
Framework & AuthTouchService : I never check battery usage of small things, I couldn't understand if it drains or not without them, so for being sure is better to keep them working?
I thought that would be for most of phones the same result, like "80% of phones would work better disabling /enabling them".
Then, as last question, I don't want to become maniac of debloating, I already check many lists and I would love to simplify the topic : instead of debloating lot of things (that many times doesn't consume), wouldn't be better to list just the top 50 main processes to debloat (average) ?
So we all should be fine with them....
I'm not a mega mind, but I feel that the following 100 processes disabled (after first 50)wouldnt consume more than a 0,5% of battery.. So why losing time disabling them?
Right , i never posted an actual picture , but i remember very distincly i got 14 h 58 m screen on time & around 3 h screen off time (+ youtube and some other apps after i'm done with Quickedit)You never posted an actual picture of 18 hours SOT only pictures where your phone was active for a period of time and after that you just calculate how much SOT you would get. But that's not how it works.
Also I have the same phone as you and I don't even get 10 hours of SOT even when applying all of your settings. Even phones with the most power efficient cpus don't get 18 hours of SOT yet alone a samsung phone.
I think you are just a very light user (given that you are spending hours on quickedit) and that's why your phone gets more SOT than everyone else here.
Would like to see an actual SOT of your phone where you use it like everyone else here with a little bit of gaming, youtube etc.
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.