The officially licensed app for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, better known as PUBG, launched in india and several other regions around the world.
Tencent says the game is compatible with the iPhone 5s and later, the iPad Air and later, the iPad mini 2 and later and the 6th-generation iPod touch. The company recommends the iPhone 6 or above to get the most out of the PUBG Mobile game.
The minimum Requirements For Pubg Android Game Are :
RAM : 2GB or more .
PROCESSOR : QUALCOMM Snapdragon 430 / Mediatek mt 6737 and later
OS: Android 5.1.1+ | Lollipop ? or later
STORAGE : 1.5GB+
SCREEN RESOLUTION : HD or HD+
The Recommended Requirements For Pubg Android Game Are :
RAM : 4GB or more .
PROCESSOR : QUALCOMM Snapdragon 650/ Mediatek mt 6753 and later
OS: Android 7+ | Nougat or later
STORAGE : 1.5GB+
SCREEN RESOLUTION : HD+
Follow the below given procedure if your mobile doesn't have the above requirements :
Your Mobile Must Atlest have the below given requirements :
Atleast 1.5GB or higher RAM
Atleast 1GB free space to install the app
Minimum 960×540px resolution
Active internet connection of 5-10 MBps or 4G or higher
Here are some ways to set up in-game configurations on your phone, which can help you configure your weak device to minimize jerky and operate smoothly while playing PUBG. Please try it.,,
Steps to RUN on a Low End Mobile with above given requirements.
Close the background apps. Only RUN PUBG.
Set the graphics in pubg to low
Have a good internet connection.
More storage space
Reduce your phone graphic settings
Remove unnecessary apps.
Next method :
How to increase your Android device performance ?
In this segment, we will discuss some significant tweaks to optimize the overall performance of your Android device. If you are following this section, then you don't need to have a rooted Android smartphone so, everyone can follow these steps.
(i) By Killing Applications running in the background
Applications, which are continuously running in the background, are the primary cause of stutters and choppy performance during gameplay. You may consider using a good task killer (ES Task Manager works quite well) though, none of them works exceptionally well unless you have root access. I have some better options for the users, who have rooted smartphones. I'll talk about them in next part.
(ii) Disabling unnecessary applications
Almost all smartphones, especially the low-budget smartphones, comes pre-loaded with bloatware, but the good thing is that you can disable them on newer Android versions. This method will help you in saving valuable space in your internal memory.
Follow these simple methods to do it -
. First, go to settings menu
. Tap on Apps
. Scroll right to find "ALL" application tab
. Now select the app, which you want to disable
. Now click on the disable button
Note: You can enable all these disabled apps, later. So, feel safe to disable all unnecessary apps.
(iii) Clearing cache/junk data
We all love to check some cool apps regularly. But, those apps leave behind junk files after uninstallation. Similarly, your Android device's web browser also store junk files every time you browse the web. This cache data not only takes up too much space but also degrade SD card's performance.
There are too many options to remove cache data. Any task manager like ES Task Manager will do the job.
Though if you want to do it manually, which you should if you are running low on memory, then follow these simple yet effective steps: -
. Go to settings menu
. Tap on storage option
. Tap on cached data button (as shown above in the image)
. Click on ok button
(iv) Upgrading to class 10 SD card
While it is fine to use class 4 and class 6 SD card for day to day tasks, but upgrading to a class 10 SD card surely adds a chunk of performance. It is highly recommended to use a class 10 SD card for gaming and 1080p video recording.
Using a class 10 SD card will increase read and write speed hence you'll see better loading times and much less lag in graphically demanding games.
(v) Scanning for viruses
While Android devices are less vulnerable to virus and malware as compared to PC, but it is always great to stick with the safer side. You may go with antivirus of your personal choice, but if your Android device is rocking 512mb of RAM or lower, then go with the app which performs all of your tasks like clearing cache, removing the virus, etc.
Though, I will not recommend using antivirus program while gaming as it may cause performance issues.
Part 2: Tweaking gaming performance using some essential tools
In this segment, we will discuss some tools, which will significantly boost your Android device performance. Please do note that this section is only for rooted users, you may consider rooting your phone instead simply follow steps that mentioned above.
Follow the guide below if you want to know how to root your Android smartphone.
Now you know how to root your Android device, it's time to dive even deeper.
Here, I'm recommending some apps to tweak the performance of your Android device, and get the best out of it.
GLTools is a custom OpenGLES driver. This utility simply lets you tweak your OpenGL's setting i.e. it let you change the size of the texture, changing the resolution, forcing MSAA, optimize shaders.
The best thing about this is that it is compatible with all GPU vendors. So, in case you have a low-end GPU, it will make your GPU compatible with high-end games.
This tool is also useful for Android users, who have higher end GPUs as it will force MSAA and higher resolution to make image quality even better.
(ii) ChainFire 3D
ChainFire 3D is similar to GLTools. It will do all the things that GLTools can. But, this tool will only work up to Android 2.3.6 (Gingerbread). You should go with GLTools if you have a higher version of Android.
Another great piece of software. Seeder fixes the lag, caused by Android's user interface. Seeder rebuilds the entropy data, which dries over time and cause performance delays. So, if you are tired of delays during switching between apps or when accessing apps, it will patch those problems.
(iv) Freezing Background Apps
In the previous part, I discussed task managers. One thing is clear, if you don't have root access on your Android smartphone, then those task managers are utterly useless.
Even if you kill all apps, they will back again after a few minutes.
A better choice is to go with an app that can freeze those stubborn background applications. Some great options are-
Is it possible to increase RAM using the software? The answer is yes and NO.
Of course, it is not possible to increase RAM physically, but logically you can increase it. We can do it by creating a partition on SD card and use it as virtual memory. Do note that you need to have a swappable kernel in your Android device to increase the RAM.
A great utility for increasing RAM is "Swapper for Root."