Android Hiccup solved


#1

Hi, I write my experience of the last days…

When I used LiquidSky on my S8+ for the first time, it worked like charm. Custom setting 15-20+ with A very smooth frame. After one day even on really light and old games, the Hiccup appeared.

Smooth frames and an hiccup every 1-2 second.

Deleted Pc, rebooted router, rebooted phone, app cache deleted…for nothing, even in pro mode.

I deleted the app and then installed again…problem solved. This morning the Hiccup apperead, i repeated the procedure, now it works like charm.

Just a little tip:
to prevent the app from crash after using the connection options, wait for the warning to disappear before clicking the back button.


#2

What do you mean by hiccup?


#3

It’s a frame dip that occur every 1 or 2 seconds


#4

Sounds like a cache/memory issue on your device. Wiping the app cache should do the trick as well, and would be much quicker than reinstalling.


#5

Tried but with no luck yesterday. Maybe it’s some sort of power saving related to the app.


#6

Might be the S8 switching to power saving cores. I noticed something like that on my S7 edge. You can either turn on performance governor if you’re rooted, or you use Samsung Game Tuner to increasae power mode to max (+4).


#7

Yes. Next time i try deleting cache + phone reboot. Cause like you i think it’s a memory bug.


#8

It Works. Deleting cache + phone reboot


#9

Should be even enough to clear cache and stop the app, without rebooting