Tutorial LifeAfter And Android Mobile Gaming

HP Specs Needed to Play LifeAfter + Tips for Changing Servers

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LifeAfter is a zombie survival game from NetEase that can be played on an Android phone.

This game is pretty cool for those who like survival games with adventure nuances. I have played this game several times and in my opinion this game is quite interesting.

LifeAfter a zombie survival game from NetEase that can be played on an Android phone.

This game is pretty cool for those who like survival games with adventure nuances. I have played this game several times and in my opinion this game is quite interesting.

Okay we will return to the main topic of this post.

I will give a brief explanation as to what spec of the cellphone to play this LifeAfter game that is actually needed. Should it be a high spec, or it can be played on an ordinary low end cellphone

HP specs for LifeAfter games
In order to be able to play the LifeAfter android game we don't have to have a high-specification mobile phone.

This game can be played on low end HP with a minimum spec:

- RAM: 2GB
- OS: Android 4.0
- Storage space: 3 GB

I have tried this game on a Xiaomi S2 smartphone that has 3 GB of RAM and the results are quite smooth without any problems.

If you want to play LifeAfter on your PC you can use a light emulator like BlueStack or MEmu.

Language settings on HP become Indonesian to replace the server
When you first open the LifeAfter game, the system in the game will automatically select the server based on the default language on your cellphone.

If your cellphone settings are in English, the server you get is NA (North America).

In order to be able to play on the SEA (Asia) server, you must first change the language settings on the HP to Indonesian.

After that, just run the game again, now the game server will automatically switch to SEA.

I was also trapped on NA server at the beginning of playing this game because of the language setting on my English-speaking cellphone.

Actually there is no problem with the NA server because all the features in the game are the same as SEA servers. It's just that later we will find it difficult to find other players from Indonesia because the average on the NA server is Caucasians. Indonesian friends mostly play on SEA servers.

If you already play on the NA server and the game journey is far away, especially when you have bought cash items, you should not move the server.

Because if we move the server then we have to create a new character, the old character cannot be moved, including the cash items that have been purchased.

So setting the language settings on HP to Indonesian is very important from the start.

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