You can't. I'm having a feeling of deja vu here. I think I've said this before. Biofilm takes months to develop. That's why we ALL recommend waiting at least one month, preferrably 2-3 months, after you finish cycling the tank before adding any shrimp. If you are truly set on keeping Crystal Red Shrimp, let the tank mature for 3 months
Put a few mystery or nerite snails into the tank to keep the cycle alive while you wait 2-3 months for the biofilm to grow. You'll be much more successful if you do.
Please read, read and re-read our advice here. We know what we're talking about and we are doing our best to make sure you're successful. I know how hard it is to wait when you first get into fish- or shrimp-keeping (I've been there and killed a lot of fish, shrimp and snails when I first started because I was impatient). You're excited and you want it all NOW, but patience is the single most important thing when it comes to doing it right in this hobby. When you buy fish, shrimp or snails, you are agreeing to care for real living animals who rely on you 100% to provide the best environment you can for them. People blow off these animals, "oh, they're just fish/shrimp/snails, what's the big deal? It's not like they're puppies or anything." But they're animals just the same and ALL animals deserve the best life their owners can provide for them.
Theoretically there are several ways of improving your biofilm capacity and development...
1. More surface area, more biofilm, so use sponge filters
2. Increase the temperature of the tank, crank it up to 80's
3. Use probiotics (find the right kind)
5. Light up the tank
These can speed up your biofilm growth if done right. I would then toss in a few zebra danio to provide an ammonia source, not the best environment for the fish but it gets the job done.
All in all you'll be looking at a 3 - 5 week cycle.....I toss in my crs right after and they're all fine. I also dosed the tank with Ebi Ken EI (1/2 portion) once every week, my thought to provide a base layer of powder food for shrimp if they do end up in there (who knows if it works).
All in all when the tank was finished, I tossed them in there. All fine and breeding.
Driftwood doesn't jumpstart cycling.