Is your smartphone slow? Here are best tricks to improve performance

Not everyone can afford a state-of-the-art device with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 or the Kirin 985. In fact, the world’s best-selling smartphones are mid-range or mid-range, with the passage of time they will present themselves a little slower or with strange beacks, commonly called lag.

If you are a fan of games, certainly the term “Lag” is familiar to you and often happens when we do not have enough computer to run a certain type of game or when our Internet connection is not in the best conditions. However, in the case of smartphones, we speak of poorer and slower performance, or else breaks of a second, which certainly irritates you.

Is your smartphone slow? Here are some tricks to improve performance

An evil that can also affect all types of applications and the time it takes to open or those typical seconds of delay until the image or video you requested appears on your screen. So here are some tips you should follow to reduce this type of lags and lags in your mobile device.

Turn off your smartphone or restart it

Giving your equipment a rest is always good. Do not you remember that when we talked about computers, it was advisable that the computer is restarted from time to time and that on for long periods of time would slow down? So the smartphone is no longer a smaller computer but also with an operating system and will obviously suffer from the same ills.

Regarding the smartphone, the truth is that we rarely turn off the device and it is not difficult to find people who have not turned off or restart their smartphone for several days, probably weeks and months.

Now, of course, after reading this, you realize that, like everything else, you also need rest, and that the processor is running continuously without pauses will not do you good. Even a simple system reboot causes you to eliminate many actions that have already been executed a long time ago and that accumulated with others can bring slowness to the equipment

So the best thing to do is to reboot or shut down the terminal from time to time to try to anticipate various problems.

Search for another launcher

Is your smartphone slow? Here are some tricks to improve performance

The launcher that arrives with the endpoints that include personalization layer can be considered one of the great drivers of devices’ slowness.

This kind of features can take up a lot of memory, so it’s always good to choose a different and complementary launcher that allows you to change device settings better.

Say goodbye to useless apps

Typically, the vast majority of equipment includes a huge amount of applications, and many of them are rarely used. The best way to avoid this slowness is to try to include in the device just and necessary for everything to work properly.
It should be noted that, in addition to taking up space, these applications can run in the background, reducing device performance. Without forgetting to end the standard animations of Android, a key step for a little powerful smartphone pass to work in the best way possible.

The key is to end this type of functionality so that the device does not have to work on unnecessary aspects. Therefore, having applications that you rarely use should be uninstalled.

Control the background update

This step is critical.Updates in the background are another major cause of device slowness. Therefore, it is best to access the menu and disable this option in the less-used applications. In this way, everything will be much more fluid, since he claims that use fewer times, are not always linked and/or receive updates.

A trick, which joins that of clearing the cache of the apps themselves and keeping the device’s internal storage as empty as possible.

Always have the latest Android update

Installing the latest Android update available on the device is the best option to avoid slowing down the device. The new versions of the operating system are better optimized and can correct important errors and that may even be causing slowness in the equipment.

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