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Simple tip to speed up the HTC One M9, LG G4, Galaxy S6, and S6 edge in seconds


Your device is one of the hottest on the market right now, but your daily experience on the device(s) seems to the contrary. You feel that your device is laggy, which goes against the expected performance of your new handset.

Well, you could root and modify your device, but that would require a computer, reliable rooting method, and so on. Rooting your Android device would be easy – If you had a Windows PC. Unfortunately, you have a MacBook, which makes rooting a bit harder. Then, you’d have to disable your antivirus to make the root successful. You decide that you’d rather not take the risk or brick your device, so it’s back to square one.

Fortunately, there’s an easy way to speed up your lagging device in as little as a few seconds; and, you can speed up your device without rooting it.

To do so, however, you’ll need to access your developer options. To do that, though, you’ll need to be a developer.

Step #1: Get developer access

So how do you get developer access? It’s simple: go into your phone settings, select “about phone,” then tap the build number seven times until you see the message “you’re now a developer” appear in a gray popup message.

Step #2: Customize developer options

Now that you’re a “developer,” you’re free to adjust your developer options to your liking. Go into “settings”, then ” developer options,” and then scroll down to where it says “window animation,” “transition animation,” and “animator duration scale.”

You’ll notice that these settings are all at “1x” or higher. What you want to do at this point is lower the animation numbers from “1” to “0.5x.” This will speed up the animations of your device and make them twice as fast.

Your device looks good, and it should work like a well-oiled machine. Now, you can have the best of both worlds: star looks and stellar speed!

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