Everyone loves high-quality games on their smartphones. However, not all game play turn out the way we want them. Sometimes, the characters in some games look a bit jagged around the edges, and this makes the game look awful. Luckily, there is a way to improve video game graphics on your Android smartphone.
When you play games on your smartphone, if it does not overheat or misbehave, this means your device still has some power in reserve. You could use this power to improve the image quality of your smartphone. We spell out what to do in the net section.
How to improve video game graphics on your smartphone
- Go to Settings > About, then tap on More, and then tap on the build number 7 times. This will enable Developer Options.
- Go back to Settings and tap on Developer Options. Go to the bottom of the page and tap on Advanced. Scroll to Force 4x MSAA and tick the box. Now, when you play any game, the characters should be smoother around the edges. If the game begins to crash frequently or stutter or becomes slower, go back and unselect the Force 4x MSAA option.
Note that when you improve your Android game graphics like this, it drains your battery faster. Power consumption is always a trade-off for performance. Go on and give it a try; see if it works well for you. Happy gaming.
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