The entry of Reliance Jio shaken the things in Indian telecom market, however, that's an understatement to say. At their Annual Grand meeting on September 1, Mukesh Ambani revealed the mega plans of the 4G-only network in the country.
Before the official rollout, the service was available as 'Preview Offer' for selected users of Reliance and owners of Samsung high-end smartphones. Later on, the offer was converted to 'Welcome Offer' with some limitations.
Since the official rollout, the number base of the service increased drastically, which is and expected thing and the impeccable 4G data speeds are gone. Before the official rollout, there were limited customers and they used to get around 20-30 Mbps download speed, but now the speeds are down to under 1 Mbps.
As of now, we have received queries from a lot of customers asking how to increase their download speed of Reliance Jio. There is a simple trick for rooted Android phone which increases your download speed. Follow the below steps carefully.
Check Whether You're Rooted or Not
Before starting the procedure, the first thing to make sure is that your smartphone should be rooted to continue the process. This trick won't work is your smartphone is not rooted.
Download 3G/4G Speed Optimizer apk
In the next step, you need to download an application called '3G/4G Speed Optimizer apk'. You can't find the application in Google Play Store. Hence, download it from Google and install it manually. Also, the application listed on Play Store is a paid app.
Open the App and Select Max Speed Option
After downloading the application, open it and on the home screen, you can see a drop-down menu with several options. Now, check for the 12/28/7 - Max Speed (Low battery efficiency) and select it.
Click on 'Apply Tweak'
Once after selecting the option, just hit the apply tweak button and it will ask to reboot your smartphone.
Check your Download Speed
Now, try to download any file or torrent. You can notice the improvement in your download speed.
NOTE: GizBot will not be responsible if anything goes wrong during the process. Users should proceed at their own risk.