Do you notice slowdown the performance of your Android phone? Even if your phone is new, it is sometimes subject to a decline in performance after a few months of use. But luckily there are 8 steps you can take to make your phone as fast as it used to be.
Table of Contents
- 1 1. Use Google’s smart storage manager
- 2 2. Disable or uninstall unused applications
- 3 3. Install light versions of applications
- 4 4. Be sure to install the latest operating system update
- 5 5. Adjust the main screen
- 6 6. See what’s playing in the background
- 7 7. Turn off Bluetooth when not in use
- 8 8. Do not install apps to improve battery performance
1. Use Google’s smart storage manager
File Go, not only works to save space and improve phone performance, but also enables full file management. In short, it is a smart, intelligent storage manager that is divided into two main tabs: storage capacity and files.
You can use (Files Go) to find out how much free space is left on your phone and SD card, as well as easy transfer of files to your external memory card, delete temporary files, to save storage space directly from the application, and useful suggestions for files you can remove before Out of space.
Google’s smart storage manager (Files Go) does an excellent job when it comes to finding unnecessary and duplicate files on your phone, especially if you’re using an Android phone with 8 GB or 16 GB of internal storage.
2. Disable or uninstall unused applications
Most Android phones come with virtual applications; preinstalled on the phone, use excessive memory, but you can disable, or in some cases uninstall most of the default applications on your phone, if you are not using them.
Go to Settings, then to Applications, to see all the apps installed on your phone, from here you can either disable or uninstall.
You can also access unused applications through the Intelligent Storage Manager (Files Go).
3. Install light versions of applications
If you are using a phone with limited random storage memory, you should use the thinner versions of the applications you use, as these applications consume less data and are able to work in all network conditions.
Many social platforms provide clumsy versions of their applications, Facebook, Messenger, Twitter, YouTube, Google search, to name a few.
4. Be sure to install the latest operating system update
For example: If your phone is still running Android 6.0 Marschillio, “29.7 Android devices are currently running this version,” there is a high probability that there is a Noga update available for your device.
Go to Settings, About phone, Update system, Install update if you find it.
5. Adjust the main screen
Using mobile phone wallpapers will drain your device’s resources, especially if your phone is low or medium in size.
If you have detected delays when switching applications or when you exit applications to return to the main screen, try switching to consistent wallpapers.
If you’re looking for wallpapers that do not drain phone materials, you can try the Google Apps Wallpapers app.
6. See what’s playing in the background
If you notice that the phone battery is running faster than usual, go to Settings, Battery to track the application that is running out of battery, Select Stop, to turn the application off in the background.
7. Turn off Bluetooth when not in use
It’s very logical to turn off a feature when you’re not using it, but it’s not a good idea to turn off access to the site, as most applications need some type of location information to run.
8. Do not install apps to improve battery performance
Most apps available to improve Android phone battery performance only delete temporary files and force off applications running in the background. But it makes your phone more vulnerable to hacking.
If you notice a slowdown in your phone’s performance and applications take time to download, the best thing you can do is turn off background applications manually, and to clear your cache, you can always rely on Google’s smart storage manager (Files Go).