AutoHz APK: Control Per App Refresh Rate on Any OnePlus Phones

In this guide, we will show you how to control the per-app refresh rate on any OnePlus device. Refresh rate basically means how quickly the contents on your screen refreshes itself each second. Nowadays, smartphones come with a 60 or 90Hz refresh rates (such as OnePlus Nord) while the flagships (like OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro) might offer up to 120Hz refresh rates. A higher refresh rate will in turn gives you a more fluid experience. But here is the thing. OnePlus devices dynamically switch the refresh rate as per the scenario.

For example, if you are simply watching movies or making a call, it may adopt to 60Hz. On the other hand, if you are playing a graphics-intensive game, then it might turn to a higher refresh rate. Likewise, the device also allows you to choose from the supported refresh rates but that will get applied throughout. You don’t have any say in this as to manually setting the refresh rate for individual apps. But with the help of the AutoHz app, you could now easily control the per-app refresh rate on any OnePlus device. Follow the below instructions to know more.

AutoHz APK: Control Per App Refresh Rate on Any OnePlus Phones

How to Control per-app Refresh Rate on OnePlus Phones

Using the AutoHz app, you could now set up the rule as to what refresh rate the concerned app should adopt. As of now, all the OnePlus devices having a 60, 90, or 120Hz refresh rate falls under its support list. These include OnePlus Nord, OnePlus 7 Pro, OnePlus 7T, OnePlus 7T Pro, OnePlus 8, and OnePlus 8 Pro. With that said, this is a paid app and requires the execution of the ADB command for the first time setup. So if you are ready to spend a few bucks, then here are the required steps to control the per-app refresh rate on any OnePlus device.

per app refresh rate
Source: Play Store
  1. Download and install the AutoHz app from Play Store ($1.49/ Rs 85) onto your OnePlus device.
  2. Then head over to the Settings menu, enable the Developer options followed by USB Debugging. You might refer to our detailed guide on: What is USB Debugging? How to Enable it on any Android device?
  3. Now connect your device to PC via USB cable.
  4. Head over to the platform-tools folder, type in CMD in the address bar, and hit Enter. This will launch the Command Prompt window.
    cmd platform-tools
  5. Now execute the below command into the CMD window:
    adb shell echo success

    adb code success

  6. If you get an error message, then head over to your device. There you might get an Allow USB Debugging prompt. Tap on OK. Now again execute the above command and this time, you should get the success message.
    pop up to allow USB Debugging
  7. It’s now time to grant the ‘write secure settings’ permissions and let the app control per-app refresh rate on your OnePlus device. For that, copy the below command and paste in the CMD window:
    adb shell pm grant com.arter97.auto90 android.permission.WRITE_SECURE_SETTINGS

    app permission


That’s it. The setup stands complete. You may now launch the app and manually set the refresh rate for each app. Furthermore, if you leave the toggle disabled for any app, then it will respect the system default refresh rate. The app also has some preset profiles that you could directly use without tweaking any settings as such.

On that note, we conclude the guide on how to control the per-app refresh rate on any OnePlus device. Do let us know your views about the same in the comments section below. Rounding off, here are some iPhone Tips and TricksPC tips and tricks, and Android Tips and Trick that you should check out as well


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