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2016-09-29 10:15 AM - edited 2016-09-29 10:17 AM
Here are my suggestions for how to improve performance in your phone.
1. Basics first, reboot your phone. A reboot will restart all drivers in the device, say that an app is acting up this can increase performance.
2. Close any apps you are no longer using. Some apps are very demanding and can slow down performance, larger games for example. Once you're finished with an app and don't intend on using it in the nearest future, simply press the square at the bottom right corner of the display and swipe the app left or right (you can also press the X).
3. Don't use memory cleaner apps. In my experience these usually always remove stored cache data. Some apps are almost always active (like Facebook for example) and use a lot of cached data. If this is deleted it will be downloaded again the next time you start the app. Not only can it affect your data usage but can also affect general performance of your device.
4. Don't fill the cup until it runs over. If the internal storage is full the device can perform irregularly, applications crash or you might be unable to perform certain actions.
5. Transfer as much as possible to an SD-card and delete what you are no longer using. If you frequently evaluate the amount of applications you have downloaded and remove the unused ones you can improve the performance of your phone and limit the risk of errors.
6. Keep your phone updated!
How do you use your phone/tablet? If you have any ideas of your own on improving performance, feel free to post them here
2017-08-24 11:26 PM