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I don't know if you speak Chinese or not, but in case you know what you are doing, you could subset the font and reduce it to the 3000-4000 most used glyphs. This should be enough to render most standard Chinese texts and could significantly reduce the file size (a Chinese font might come with over 20,000 glyphs). Do this only in case you master Chinese at ...
One thing to try which hasn't been mentioned is in the Save For Web dialog, if you click the Menu in the upper right corner you can choose Optimize for File Size... You and then input your desired file size and Photoshop will do it's best to get there. Be prepared though. A 1000% reduction in file size is going to result in an image of absolutely ...
This could be achieved by using the function "File>Save for Web..." In the upper right corner you can select a preset and the file type. If you select JPEG and go with the settings in the picture above, you will get a small resolution picture with the same dimensions. You can play around with the settings and in the bottom left corner you can see the ...
If you're saving the image as a JPEG you could lower the quality setting until you get your optimal file size. This can significantly affect the visual quality of your image though so it all depends how you want your final image to look.
This probably is not possible, especially for a non-uniform color field (e.g. a photograph). In terms of raw image size without compression, you are dealing with a minimum of 5760 x 3840 bits. (((5760*3840)/8)/1024)/1024 is 2.6MB. Photoshop's "New" dialog confirms this. An RGB image of this size, filled with uniform noise and saved as jpeg with "worst ...
Google Play Store wants PNG24 not PNG8 "JPEG or 24-bit PNG (no alpha)" https://support.google.com/googleplay/android-developer/answer/1078870?hl=en auto formatting from PNG8 to 24 can cause issues like that. Try saving as PNG24 :D
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