Wednesday, October 16, 2019

How to increase graphics quality on any Android game

How to increase graphics quality on any Android game - DE JAY'S BLOG

Mobile phone gaming has become very popular in the last few years. This is mainly due to how powerful our handheld devices have become. Some few years back we could only play snake and  Tetris anytime we wanted a convenient distraction from our daily activities but judging from the mobile games we have today it is evident that technology has come a long way. Today we can enjoy graphically intensive games like Asphalt, PUBG, Pro Evolutional Soccer and Marvel Contest of Champions to name a few in the palm of our hands. With all this power available to us, we might sometimes feel that app developers are not making use of it to enable us to use our devices to their fullest potential. Well, I am here to help with that by showing you a way to get the most out of your android device.

First, you need to access your developer option which is hidden in your settings. You should find it in your settings-system if you have used it before. If not then you need to go to settings-system-about device and tap build number seven(7) times to unlock the developer options. After that go back to the system and it should be there. Select it and scroll down to the category labelled Hardware and Accelerated Rendering and turn on Force 4x MSAA. This will force your Android device to use 4x multisample anti-aliasing in OpenGL ES 2.0 games and others which basically means your image quality will improve.

 Next, you need to download an application from the google play store called Gamers Gltool.


This is a useful tool that helps you change certain graphic settings specific to your Soc. If you get the pro version then you will get access to specific settings for certain android devices and games which will give you the best result. But if you are on the free version or you want to apply the settings your self then you can. You can get these settings by clicking the menu sign at the top left side of your screen when you are inside the app.


Next select game tuner from the available options where you can changes settings like resolution, graphics, fps, graphics style and so on.





When you are done tweaking the options to your specification, head back to the home screen. There, look at the bottom left corner of your screen and select app list.

There, all the compatible apps will be listed. Select the one in which you want the settings to apply. Give authorization by selecting yes and you are good to go. At the home screen, select the gamers gltool icon at the bottom right corner of your screen and choose apply settings to start your application.



The only problem is that you always need to start your games through the app and it takes a toll on your battery as well but if you care more about looks than performance then it should not be a problem.

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