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 You Can Push the Google Pixel 6 run on 90hz

You Can Push the Google Pixel 6 run on 90hz

Pixel 6 run on 90hz , one of the less important issues about the $450 mid-range phone has been addressed: at least some Pixel 6a phones have displays that enable a 90Hz refresh rate. The bad news is that, as of right now, switching the phone to high refresh rate mode requires utilising an undocumented hack, and even when it does work, there are still a few difficulties, and the method apparently doesn’t function on all Pixel 6a hardware. Even while at least one Pixel 6a was coerced into operating at 90Hz, whether or not your own device will allow you to do so remains unclear.

Pixel 6 run on 90hz

The Refresh rate

We all know that the displays on the Pixel 6 and 6a are nearly identical, but the former phone offers a faster 90Hz refresh rate for more fluid operations than the latter phone’s 60Hz rate. In our assessment of the Pixel 6a, we didn’t find this to be a major flaw, but others did. A recent software mod suggests that the Pixel 6a can be tricked into running at a faster refresh rate, though evidence that all phones can truly do so at the moment is sparse.


It was discovered earlier that the Pixel 6a’s display panel is capable of a higher refresh rate of up to 90Hz or even 120Hz. According to’s Mishaal Rahman, a modified display driver inserted in the vendor boot partition can be flashed to forcibly enable the feature through a user-facing toggle for a 90Hz option; on unit, this was able to kick the phone into a 90Hz display mode. This is all still in flux and under active development. Of course, Twitter videos can’t show off a high refresh rate, but the popular UFO framerate test and Android’s refresh rate overlay would prove otherwise.

Pixel 6 run on 90hz

Unfortunately, Rahman was unable to replicate this on his own device; instead of displaying anything, his screen “would blank.” Rahman claims that even if the exploit didn’t work for him, it’s probably legit because well-known for his previous work hacking display drivers for the Pixel 6 Pro and enabling Android 13’s screen resolution settings on the phone. Potential causes include hardware binning, although there could be other variations between devices as well (ideally, one that can be factored in for a solution that works across more devices).


However, there are still difficulties with the present hack that could be rectified in the future, such as poor display calibration and tearing due to Vsync issues. Most of our readers may find the present approach too cumbersome to undertake, as it involves manually flashing an image to one of the system partitions, which entails unlocking your bootloader and breaking SafetyNet, among other things. Neither the necessary photos nor any accompanying documentation have been made available to the public just yet, though I imagine both will appear after (if?) the numerous bugs have been worked out.

While this is an evolving story as developers look into the details, most Pixel 6a Pixel 6 run on 90hz owners shouldn’t get their hopes up just yet about hacking their display to run at 90Hz. A definitive answer on whether or not this will be a feature all hardware will support has yet to be determined.

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Pixel 6 run on 90hz


Q1: Can I expect a 90 Hz refresh rate on my Google Pixel?

The Pixel 5, however, has a display that refreshes at a rapid 90 times per second. That’s equivalent to Pixel 6 run on 90hz frames being displayed on the screen per second. The Pixel 4A 5G is similar to other smartphones in that it has a 60 Hz refresh rate.

Q2: Does the Google Pixel 6 have 120Hz?

The technical details of Google’s newest Pixel 6 smartphone are as follows. Up to 12GB of RAM, a tensor-processing core, a 120 Hz screen, and a 4x zoom [Updated] The Pixel 6 series is Google’s first genuine “flagship” device, boasting cutting-edge software and technology in addition to the company’s first smartphone chip, Tensor.

Q3: How many hertz (Hz) does the Pixel 6 have?

When comparing the Pixel 6 and the Pixel 6a, the biggest difference is that the Pixel 6 has a refresh rate of 90Hz, while the Pixel 6a only manages 60Hz. This means the 6a won’t have as fluid of a scrolling experience as the other Pixel 6 variants.

Q4: Do you think the Pixel 6 is superior to the Pixel 6 Pro?

There is a larger field of view and higher resolution on the front-facing camera of the 6 Pro, allowing for more people to fit into group selfies. Finally, as compared to the Pixel 6 Pro, the Pixel 6 has a smaller battery, less RAM (8GB vs. 12GB), and less total storage (256GB vs. 512GB).

Q5: Can I ask if you think the Pixel 6 is worth the money?

The Google Pixel 6 is the company’s finest mobile device to date. But it doesn’t mean it can replace the greatest phones on the market from Apple and Samsung. The Pixel 6’s cameras are just as good as they were in previous years, and the updated editing software adds some useful new functions.

Jennie Marquez

Jennie Marquez

Jennie is a Staff writer, contributor and has been writing about tech for over a decade. Jennie’s work at trendblog is to specialize in phones and tablets, but she also takes on other tech like electric scooters, smartwatches, fitness, mobile gaming and more. She is based in London, UK.
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