How to Show FPS on Android Phones: Xiaomi, Samsung, and Other Brands

How to Show FPS on Android Phones: Xiaomi, Samsung, and Other Brands
2024-03-22T03:54:28.000000Z

It is possible to see the FPS on an Android cell phone in different ways, after all Android smartphones today have practically the same gaming experience as on a PC. As the system is highly customizable, for each cell phone brand, the steps can be very different. So let's find out some ways to activate FPS, so you can keep up with your game with better performance.

How to Show FPS on Android Phones

On Xiaomi devices

  1. Access developer options
  1. To be able to see your Android's FPS, you'll need to unlock some features, which are in developer mode. Then go to Settings and tap 3 times on the MIUI version.
  2. Configure monitoring options
  1. Then, go to the Developer Options, which will be available in the Settings itself. When it opens, look for the Monitoring section as shown in the image.
  2. Enabling FPS
  3. Finally, go to Power Monitor and activate it in the Frame Rate Monitor Tools option. With it enabled, a tab will be displayed with the necessary information to know the phone's FPS.

With these steps, you will have learned how to see the FPS on Xiaomi phones. Now let's learn how to enable FPS on Samsung phones.

On Samsung phones

  1. Not unlike what we've seen in the previous steps, it's also necessary to enable Android developer mode for Samsung devices. To do this, go to Settings.
  2. Scroll down to About or About Phone.
  3. Then go to Software Information.

(Image: Nalbert/Tekimobile)

  • Tap Build Number more than once until you unlock the Build Options.

(Image: Nalbert/Tekimobile)

  • Then go to that mode, and look for the Games group, in it tap on GPUWatch.

(Image: Nalbert/Tekimobile)

  • When you enter it, tap on one of the widgets displayed, and change the information to FPS.
  • Right after that, the FPS will be displayed on the screen.

By following these simple steps, you will be able to see the FPS on Samsung Android phones. In addition, in both this walkthrough and the previous one, you can change where the FPS is displayed.

That way, it's easier to see the information while playing, without being disturbed in any way.

There are many apps that claim to show the FPS of the screen, however the FPS displayed is not necessarily what you are thinking, but rather other information made available by the Android settings themselves.

As already mentioned, each system has its own way of displaying the FPS on the screen. And the vast majority of them are by accessing the Android Developer Menu and activating the display itself.

Why Measure Android Screen FPS?

Many people buy phones with a focus on screen quality, and one of these things is precisely the frame rate on the screen, which is the FPS itself. Also, some people like to see yours smartphones performance when they are playing the most heavy games for Android.

To be sure of the quality of the product, and whether it meets expectations, you can enter these meters, and download video and even game apps, to see the quality itself.

Through the tools we have seen in these steps, you can better understand the quality of your cell phone itself. And you even find out if you haven't been deceived.

So knowing more about the product that was recently purchased will help you know more about the quality of your cell phone. And if it actually runs the games it wants, in a high quality.

Now tell us, were you able to follow all the steps we saw? Did you find out if your cell phone has the feature to display the FPS? Now let us know in the comments below and share it with others.

It is possible to see the FPS on an Android cell phone in different ways, after all Android smartphones today have practically the same gaming experience as on a PC. As the system is highly customizable, for each cell phone brand, the steps can be very different. So let's find out some ways to activate FPS, so you can keep up with your game with better performance.

How to Show FPS on Android Phones

On Xiaomi devices

  1. Access developer options
  1. To be able to see your Android's FPS, you'll need to unlock some features, which are in developer mode. Then go to Settings and tap 3 times on the MIUI version.
  2. Configure monitoring options
  1. Then, go to the Developer Options, which will be available in the Settings itself. When it opens, look for the Monitoring section as shown in the image.
  2. Enabling FPS
  3. Finally, go to Power Monitor and activate it in the Frame Rate Monitor Tools option. With it enabled, a tab will be displayed with the necessary information to know the phone's FPS.

With these steps, you will have learned how to see the FPS on Xiaomi phones, or Xiaomi tablet. Now let's learn how to enable FPS on Samsung phones.

On Samsung phones

  1. Not unlike what we've seen in the previous steps, it's also necessary to enable Android developer mode for Samsung devices. To do this, go to Settings.
  2. Scroll down to About or About Phone.
  3. Then go to Software Information.

(Image: Nalbert/Tekimobile)

  • Tap Build Number more than once until you unlock the Build Options.

(Image: Nalbert/Tekimobile)

  • Then go to that mode, and look for the Games group, in it tap on GPUWatch.

(Image: Nalbert/Tekimobile)

  • When you enter it, tap on one of the widgets displayed, and change the information to FPS.
  • Right after that, the FPS will be displayed on the screen.

By following these simple steps, you will be able to see the FPS on Samsung Android phones. In addition, in both this walkthrough and the previous one, you can change where the FPS is displayed.

That way, it's easier to see the information while playing, without being disturbed in any way.

There are many apps that claim to show the FPS of the screen, however the FPS displayed is not necessarily what you are thinking, but rather other information made available by the Android settings themselves.

As already mentioned, each system has its own way of displaying the FPS on the screen. And the vast majority of them are by accessing the Android Developer Menu and activating the display itself.

Why Measure Android Screen FPS?

Many people buy phones with a focus on screen quality, and one of these things is precisely the frame rate on the screen, which is the FPS itself. Also, some people like to see yours smartphones performance when they are playing the most heavy games for Android.

To be sure of the quality of the product, and whether it meets expectations, you can enter these meters, and download video and even game apps, to see the quality itself.

Through the tools we have seen in these steps, you can better understand the quality of your cell phone itself. And you even find out if you haven't been deceived.

So knowing more about the product that was recently purchased will help you know more about the quality of your cell phone. And if it actually runs the games it wants, in a high quality.

Now tell us, were you able to follow all the steps we saw? Did you find out if your cell phone has the feature to display the FPS? Now let us know in the comments below and share it with others.

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