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8 Tips and Tricks to make Android faster

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Want to speed up Android? Let’s have a look at some of the best ways to do exactly that includes and several cool tricks and tips to speedup you Android phone


1.clear app cache to make your android phone faster

There are some apps which you don’t need on a regular basis, but they are important enough to have a place on your device. Like, the apps you use to book flights, hotels, and order food. To make Android faster, try to remove the cached data for such apps in the Settings to ensure they don’t consume much space when they are not in use.
This method is helpful in the case of big apps like Facebook and Instagram which store tons of images and other data on your device.

2.Clean system memory several times

Android has excellent task management skills. It can close unwanted processes on its own, whenever required. But this old-school thing, I can tell you, it would help a lot if your device has a scarcity of RAM.
Nowadays, almost every launcher includes the option to free the system memory. If it’s not there, you should consider installing some memory cleaning app. And here I am not talking about the apps which claim to make your Android phone faster by running in real-time performing cleaning operations. And all they do is they make the device even slower.
Clearing the RAM of the smartphone can give you an instant performance boost as it closes various unwanted apps capturing the precious memory of the Android phone.

3.Update your phone regularly

First and foremost, it’s worth making sure your device is completely up to date. Every now and then a newer version of Android, an updated UI skin, a patch, or a bug fix will come along. Any of those may help to speed up Android.
To find out if your phone needs an update, head into Settings > About Device > Software Update.
It’s worth continually checking for updates for specific apps — especially things like emulators. Sometimes an update alone can make a world of difference. That goes for Google Play Services too, seeing as it controls almost everything on your phone.

4.Browse faster

If you want to speed up your browsing experience, try enabling “Data Saver” mode in Chrome. This compresses pages, allowing for lower data usage and faster load-times. This trick will slightly hurt image quality, but many will find that an acceptable compromise.  Of course, the web page must first be sent to Google for compression before being sent to your device, so your data speeds may play a factor here.
It’s in the settings menu in Chrome. Of course, you can also try other browsers that claim to be faster.

Also read(10 tips for saving your smartphone’s battery).

5.Use lighter versions of apps,if available

Many of the popular apps like Facebook, Twitter, Messenger, Opera have their ‘lite’ versions too. These lightweight apps are often designed for entry-level smartphones and for the users who want to keep things simple.
Using lite versions for apps can improve the performance of your Android phone. And they also reduce your data bills, as it’s one of the reasons why such apps exist.

6.Turn off Auto-Sync

If you have a relatively modern phone, chances are it behaves pretty well under most conditions. The one time you might have noticed slow down is when downloading and installing new apps.
Something similar happens all the time behind the scenes when your apps sync. Head into the Accounts menu in your settings and you’ll find the option “Automatically sync data” is set to on. You probably don’t want to change this, unless you have an old device purely for gaming or browsing. By selecting individual apps from the list, you should be able to turn some off individually or alter their settings in their own menus. Be mindful of the apps you are installing and forgetting about that might be syncing in the background. Ask yourself if apps need to sync every half hour, or whether once a day would suffice.

7.Install apps on the internal memory

Smartphones with little internal memory would go out breath after only hearing this. But having around 16GB of internal memory is pretty standard, even in the case of many budget Android phones.
The reason why I am telling you to install apps on the internal memory is that it’s considerably faster and reliable than most external SD cards. And that’s probably one of the reasons why premium smartphones like iPhone and Pixel don’t have an SD card slot. Although, device security is another important reason to ditch the slot.

8.Clear up your home screen

It’s important to clean your home once in a while. The same is also true of your Android device. If you have a home screen with a live wallpaper that’s covered in widgets that show you the news, weather and social feeds, you may notice a little shudder when transitioning between screens.so clear up your home screen.

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