Android phones tend to lose their performance when we bought them over time. For example, some apps may no longer load so fast, the keyboard takes some time to run, and animations may begin to show lags. But before you spend money on buying a new smartphone, you have to ask yourself: can I somehow improve my device’s status? This is exactly what it intends to analyze the current article.
- Clear apps through the app switcher
There is the misconception that clearing apps through the app switcher screen showing which applications have been recently used reduces resource consumption, such as RAM. Remember, we do not have 2008. Android is quite advanced now and can only handle RAM consumption and system resources in general. In particular, it closes and inactivates only which applications you are not using, without the need for your intervention, and it runs permanently in the background.
In fact, the opposite is the case. Your smartphone needs more time to relaunch these apps from the beginning, and you do not necessarily reduce system resources as Android already does it backstage. The only logic behind such an action is whether the closure application is working properly.
2. Uninstalling and removing so-called junk apps
In many applications, it likes to run behind the scenes. The more applications you have installed on your device, the more processes will run in the background, which will make your smartphone slow while its battery runs out. The best solution here is to uninstall any applications you do not use. If your smartphone runs only as many as you need and you use it often, the experience will be much better. Also, something else that should be mentioned is that turning off system applications or bloatware also helps. Did your device come preloaded with Evernote, Microsoft Word or Facebook and do not use them? You can simply disable them.
3. Turn off animation
One way to make your device a lot faster is to remove all animations. You will be surprised at the difference you will find, as many phones use pretty “heavy” animations to improve the visual feel of the operating system. This can be done very easily, as shown in the above images.
4. Clear storage space
If the storage space begins to run, your device will start to lose a bit at speed as the flash storage space tends to lose at speeds when more space is occupied. And the performance of flash storage plays an important role in how apps start and how fast your device is in general. In addition to this, many Android apps are based on data caches to increase the speed at which they open and work. Generally, a good idea is to keep a percentage of 10-15% of the total storage space free. The best way to reduce your space consumption is to remove apps you do not use and transfer your photos and videos to a PC or cloud.
Some other ways are:
Using a high-performance SD card
The Chrome Data Saver function
Resetting your smartphone