The Samsung Galaxy S23 Series is the newest addition to the Samsung flagship family and it has certainly grabbed the attention of the masses. As for the display specifications, the devices house a 6.8-inch HDR10+ screen with a 120Hz refresh rate. There are two Motion Smoothness settings and you’ll be able to choose between Adaptive and Standard settings.
As evident from the name, the Adaptive refresh rate will oscillate value up to 120Hz and adjust depending on the tasks you’re carrying out. Meanwhile, the Standard will keep it at 60Hz. While these settings could be sufficient for many, some users are looking for a more fluid user experience for their devices.
In this guide, you will get to know how to force 120Hz Refresh Rate on your Samsung Galaxy S23 Series phone.
How to force 120Hz Refresh Rate on your Samsung Galaxy S23 Series phone
- Start by downloading and installing the Set Edit app from Google Play Store
- After that, launch it and then choose System Table from the top right
- Now, tap on the “Add New Setting” option, name it “min_refresh_rate”, and then press Save Changes
- It will ask you to enter the value and you should type “24.0” before hitting Save Changes
- After that, tap on Add New Setting
- This time, you should name it “peak_refresh_rate” before hitting Save Changes
- You should be assigned the same “24.0” value and tap on the Save Changes button
- Your device will now run on a 120Hz refresh rate
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How to revert back to normal settings?
If you want to revert the changes and return to the normal setting, you can simply delete both of these parameters. To do that, you should long press on min_refresh_rate and then select “Delete Row”. Likewise, you need to do this for peak_refresh_rate too.