As your Android phone ages, it tends to slow down in terms of processing speed, which can be frustrating most of the time, but we are here to provide some tips that can help speed it up. It may not be as fast as recent flagships, but it will be noticeably faster than it was before.
Free up storage space
Your Android phone starts misbehaving or starts performing slowly once you begin to run out of space on your device. Google claims you’ll begin to see execution issues when there’s under 10% of free on-gadget capacity; we think keeping your unused extra room around 20% is a superior wager.
Uninstall un-used applications
Unused applications take up valuable extra space and frequently continue to run in the background. Regularly removing outdated applications or applications that are of no use to you improves framework performance and can extend battery life. There are several ways to uninstall apps, but the most common one is to long-press the icon and either select App Data or drag the icon to the uninstall pop-up that appears at the top of the screen.
Utilize ‘Lite’ applications
Google and a few other developers provide Lite or Go versions of their applications; designed for outdated and budget Android devices with limited RAM and storage. In comparison to their open partners, lite release applications are more subdued, with fewer resource-hungry options.
A few Google applications, including Google Go, Camera Go, Assistant Go, and Maps Go, have Lite versions available. On the Play Store, you can also find Lite versions of Twitter, Spotify, Skype, and Facebook, among other well-known programs.
Update to the most recent OS
Ensure that the operating system or security patch on your Android device is the most recent. Each new release of Android is improved by Google. Upgrading to the most recent version of Android can free up framework resources on your device, potentially resulting in faster application stacking times and further developed framework perfection.
All significant phone manufacturers have come a long way since the early days of Android, and they now routinely update the software on their phones on a regular basis. The best part is that these creators make almost constant efforts to improve framework execution and perfection in response to feedback.
A phenomenal way to improve execution is to perform a factory reset. In essence, it erases all of your information and resets your device to its factory settings.
Make a backup of all of your important data before you factory reset your Android device if you are ready to do so. Try to go through the list of applications you downloaded before resetting your Android device; you don’t want to install programs that you won’t use.
A simple but effective way to improve the speed of your device is to restart it.
Even though Android’s memory management system is excellent and most smartphones have plenty of RAM, a reboot can release resources that are used to run applications in the background.