In this post, we will tell you how you can fix the Gyroscope delay in PUBG Mobile or Call of Duty Mobile. This Gyroscope – Fix Lag / Delay Sensor Test app was created to determine whether your device has a Gyro sensor. This app also lets you control the gyroscope sensor’s sensitivity to suit your gaming needs.
Gyroscope Sensor Availability
The app lets you detect if the device has a Gyroscope sensor. No guesswork, no database, the information is retrieved straight from your device.
Reduce Gyroscope Lag
Use Super Gyro(part of this app) to reduce lag when playing FPS games in Gyroscope Mode and game like a champion. Calibration at its finest.
FPS Games and VR content
A Gyro sensor is required to play FPS games in Gyro Mode and play VR content(Videos and Games)
Detailed Sensor Information
Find detailed information on the following sensors.
REAL TIME SENSOR DATA
View real-time sensor data for a lot of sensors. It can be used by developers or enthusiasts.
TEST SENSORS AND OTHER THINGS
This app lets the users test the following. If a device doesn’t have a sensor, it will not work.
- Gyroscope Sensor
- Accelerometer Sensor
- Magnetometer Sensor
OnePlus and it’s OxygenOS Android modification is known for maximizing the stock Android experience. This may be true on the UX front but the exact opposite is valid for background process limits.
When releasing their 1+5 and 1+6 phones, OnePlus introduced one of the most severe background limits on the market to date, dwarfing even those performed by Xiaomi or Huawei. Not only did users need to enable extra settings to make their apps work properly, but those settings even got reset with firmware updates. So apps break again and users are required to re-enable those settings on a regular basis.
Solution for the Gyro Delay
Locking the app in the Recent app may avoid the app to be killed in the background and the Battery optimization setting to be reverted.
This is however not 100%. You may have to check system settings every once in a while. See a bug report filed to OnePlus.
1. Start the app you want to protect. Go to Recent apps – swipe up and hold for opening recent apps (Apps switcher).
2. Long press anywhere on the window and tap the Lock
button on the upper right corner of the app.
3. The locked app will have the closed paddle lock icon.
Enhanced / Advanced optimization
OnePlus 6 and further:
System settings > Battery > Battery optimization > (three dots)> Advanced optimization.
You’ll see two options there. Both are enabled by default:
1. Deep optimization or Adaptive Battery
This is the main app killer. If you need any apps to run in the background, disable them.
2. Sleep standby optimization OnePlus tries to learn when you are usually asleep, and in those times it will then disable the phone’s network connections. This setting will prevent push notifications from being delivered.
OnePlus below 6:
Turn off System settings > Battery > Battery optimization > (three dots) > Enhanced optimization.
NOTE: This should help with the problem where you lose Bluetooth connection to your smartwatch/ fitness tracker (e.g. for sleep tracking).
For the stepwise procedure you can watch this video: