Every Android user’s dream is a fast phone that can overcome challenges such as fluidity, speed, performance and everything that Android offers.
Installing unnecessary apps run in real-time consumes memory, storage, and other resources of the device that affect the phone’s performance. So, what could be some of the many ways to use Android devices efficiently? Here are some of the fail-proof tips and tricks for the same.
Mobile Apps - Keep the Best, Throw the Rest
In almost all articles related to performance, it is recommended to keep only the apps that are used on a daily basis. Obviously, we do not buy phones to store unnecessary things just because they are free. Besides, most of the times we end up installing apps that the same utility as others do. All android apps that are in smartphones run all the time in the background, and stay connected to the internet to keep working. If you have apps that are not being used, uninstall those apps because they would only put a burden on the hardware and slow it down in the long run.
Clean the system memory several times a day
Android has the best task management skills. It can close unwanted processes on its own, whenever required. But cleaning the system memory would help a lot if a device has a scarcity of RAM. Almost every device includes the option to free the system memory. If you think your device doesn’t have that option, you should consider installing some memory cleaning apps. Clearing the RAM of your smartphone can give you an instant performance boost as it closes various unwanted apps capturing the precious memory of the Android phone.
Use ‘Lite’ versions
Lite versions of some apps are designed for entry-level smartphones, and for the users who want to keep things simple. So, many of the popular apps like Facebook, Twitter, Messenger have their ‘lite’ versions. Using lite versions for apps helps to improve the performance of Android phone. And they also reduce data bills.
Think before installing
An uncountable number of apps & games are available, and not all of them are designed by app developers with good intentions. Many Android apps are fake, and want to take control of the device, steal valuable data, and send it to untrustworthy sources.
Google has recently rolled out Play Protect tool for scanning such apps. However, first check the authenticity of an unknown app before you install it from the Play Store.
Format the SD Card
If an Android phone gets frequent crashes, it means a corrupt SD card is probably the reason. Formatting the SD card would not only delete the unnecessary junk of files created by the Android system and various apps, but it also boosts the performance of your device.
Restarting applies to computers as well; restarting the machines can help to work smoothly. Similarly, it can also be the case of Android devices. When restart the device, it deletes temporary files to speed up Android, and also cleans up the phone memory.
Not only your device’s system performance improves from above ways, it also gives your device longer battery life due to optimized CPU performance. But apart from these ways, there are some more tweaks like using cloud storage to store media files, is also a good idea to keep your internal and SD memory free, and hence, speeding up your phone by giving it lesser sectors to index.
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