Simple ways to speed up your Android phone
Ever tried to open an app on your phone and had to get up and go to bed before it opened? This is the reality for many Android users, whether it is lag or a slow operating system. Most times individuals believe that the solution to such long hours of loading time is due to a small random memory capacity.
While this may be true, have you noticed that even after getting an Android device with a bigger memory the same event plays out? That is because apart from the RAM’s capacity, there are other pending problems you might not be paying attention to.
However, sometimes your phone’s slow response might also be a hint of a gradually waning panel or a virus. But entertain no fear as we take a look into the simple ways to make your Android load faster.
Check for pending software updates
Have you ever tried to open your apps and see a notification to update the app? Sometimes your device needs to update itself and would prefer it happens with an unrestricted data source.
However, the latest software updates may not always speed up your Android device, Android authority says that “manufacturers often optimize and fine-tune their software over time. A few Android security patches and bug fixes should also improve the overall experience. The same goes for Google Play Services, which is responsible for many modern Android features and receives separate updates via the Play Store”.
It added, “Most Android smartphones check for updates periodically, but only under certain circumstances. To that end, it might be worth manually checking if you’ve missed any updates. Here’s how: Open the Settings app on your phone. Scroll to the bottom and tap on About Device. Tap Software Update and finally, Check for Updates.”
Restart your device occasionally
Sometimes, all you need is to restart your device. Android Authority explains that a slowing computer can be fixed by a simple power cycle. “It is not hard to see why — restarting your device clears previously running apps, background processes, and other things that add up over time. Press and hold your phone’s power button and tap Restart.”
When your phone restarts, it is like forcing it to sleep and…