Tutorial Improve FPS and prevent drops and change easy screen resolution

ToNemAI

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In gearlock there is the possibility to change the screen resolution at any time without needing to restart, it's instant so good, we know that the higher the resolution, the higher is the use of your processor, a game that drops fps in 1920x1080 resolution, it would be easily solved by changing to 1376x768, I've tested some games and even pubg mobile to 800x600, and of course we lost a little vision in terms of width, but I noticed a huge consistency of fps 60, I'll give you an example: if in pubg mobile in resolution 1920x1080 appear 8 enemies in front of you in less than 10 meters, the game will drop to 45 to 50 fps, because the processor needs to process the 8 players in real time, in 800x600 resolution there is no fps drop, constant 60 fps, recording the screen also requires a processor, and lowering the resolution makes you record without losing fps too!
But we know that for older and not-so-good processors, this trick would solve a lot of crashing problems...

Another trick is you can also change the resolution inside the game, after it's open, by doing this you can stretch the screen, just like we stretch on a normal cell phone.

I'm teaching because I don't see almost anyone talking about it, it's not necessary to change the grub code, system code, only in gearlock it's easy!

First step: update gearlock following this tutorial https://supreme-gamers.com/r/gearlock-custom-recovery-replacement-for-android-x86.40/
after update gearlock, alt + f1, type gearlock and go to Extra misc. functions and then to Change resolution
and enjoy
 

Xtr

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Nicely written and helpful tutorial,
we know that the higher the resolution, the higher is the use of your processor, a game that drops fps in 1920x1080 resolution,
When you increase the resolution then the gpu usage will increase, then your gpu is the bottleneck, when you lower settings and resolution then your cpu will show bottleneck
I prefer changing resolution by typing this command in alt+f1 terminal, saves time
Bash:
wm size 1280x720
 

ToNemAI

New member
I don't want my image to be stretched, i want it to stay centred, is there a way to do it?
when you change the gearlock you have the ''custom'' option, you can customize the resolution the way you want until it's to your liking
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Nicely written and helpful tutorial,

When you increase the resolution then the gpu usage will increase, then your gpu is the bottleneck, when you lower settings and resolution then your cpu will show bottleneck
I prefer changing resolution by typing this command in alt+f1 terminal, saves time
Bash:
wm size 1280x720

I also use the 1280x720, it's full screen and the performance is great too
 

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