Android 15 Developer Preview 2 Allows Users to Unlock 60FPS Threshold on Games


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The second Android 15 developer preview is already out and all enthusiasts are eagerly exploring the new build. While some users simply experience the software, developers are digging into the code to uncover some features within the new OS update. The latest discovery is a toggle to disable the default frame rate for games. Curiously, this toggle disables the 60Hz limit and allows games to reach the peak frame rate performance. If your hardware is capable, gaming will break the 60fps limit.

Android 15 Developer Preview 2 to let you break the 60FPS barrier on Android

Currently, Android mostly limits games to 60 fps. Developers need to enable higher framerates device by device. With the new universal toggle, it seems that Android is playing with the idea of unlocking the potential for higher frame rates in a wide form.

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The setting is currently present in Android 15 Developer Preview 2’s Developer Options. Of course, it will need to unlock the Developer Settings. It can be done by tapping multiple times on the Build Number in your phone’s software section. The feature is built for developers to try and test their games at higher frame rates. However, the presence of this feature in the Developer Options, means that power users will be able to take advantage of them as well.

This feature enables some interesting possibilities for mobile gaming enthusiasts. Users won’t need to rely on modded applications or patches that require root to unlock the 60fps gaming. With this universal toggle, enabling 90fps and higher framerates can be much simpler. Of Course, we need to wait and see how this feature works. If it successfully makes its way to the final Android 15 release, then it will open new experiences for mobile gamers on Android.

The complete list of changes and updates coming with the Android 15 Developer Preview 2 can be found on Google’s website.  On this website, you will also find more details about Google’s release schedule for Android 15.

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