Android Go is a special branch of Android 8.1 Oreo which is specially designed for low-end or you can say budget hardware. The applications on Android Go are highly optimized to work perfectly on low-end devices. This way the owners of budget smartphones can also enjoy the features in the Android Oreo framework without spending more on a mid-range or flagship device.
However, if you are a performance freak and likes to keep your Android device as light as possible then we have a good news for you. Today, we are going to tell you How to turn Android 8.1 Oreo ROM to Android Go optimized version.
XDA Recognized Developer AdrianDC has managed to bring the majority of the optimizations made by Android Go to any Android device on Android 8.1 Oreo. All this will be done by a simple flashable zip file, which you can download from below.
This package includes the most important feature of Android Go, the low RAM optimization. Turning your Android 8.1 Oreo ROM into Android Go will affect the number of on-device features like high-end graphics disabled, multi-window disabled, notification icon changes, log sizes, no app notification access, zen access, VR listener access, or picture-in-picture access. However, if you ready to sacrifice these features for a smoother Android experience on your low-end device then proceed further.
How To Turn Android 8.1 Oreo ROM To Android Go Optimized Version
Download Low-RAM Property Patcher and flash it on your Android device running on Android 8.1 Oreo to get an easy control over the low-ram property from the Go configuration, responsible for the UI changes of Go.
However, should you decide to get rid of Low-RAM Property Patcher, simply flash it again the same zip to disable the feature.