How to speed up the operating system Android
Posted by: 25.11.2017
More and more people are buying smartphones with the Android operating system, which is the most optimal for the novice user, but also for those for whom the “smart” phone is not the first. From this, more and more questions are being asked about the acceleration of Android. How can you speed up this OS. Telephones are becoming more powerful, and at the same time, the demands of applications for them grow.
Devices lose their relevance after a couple of years, and in this regard, I do not want to replace a brand-new expensive phone now, but somehow delay the deadline by speeding up the work of its Android OS. Of course, it is possible and for this there are ways that will help speed up the operation of your phone.
The ways are divided into simple and complex, the first can be performed by any owner of a smartphone and a phone, even without some knowledge, but with the second, to speed up work, you will have to tinker.
The first way: setting the power mode
In almost every smartphone, this function is located in different places, and in some it isn’t even, but most often it is this way: “Settings> Power> Power Mode”, there you select the “High Performance” option or disable “Energy Saving Mode”. This will help the system to properly allocate resources, although the running time will decrease because more resources will be spent.
The second way: increase the performance of the subsystem
This setting is available only on smartphones with Android 4.0 and later. In the settings we find the item “speed up the work of the GPU” and activate it, then the phone will use all possible resources to perform operations.
The third way: installing and removing programs
Here we will talk about whether all the installed programs are so necessary for you? Indeed, more than half of the software is not used at all by the owners of Android, although each installed application takes a certain amount of resources.
Based on this, we conclude: install only the necessary software, and if something is found useless, immediately remove. If you need to install the software for only one or two days, then do not forget to remove it after use. When a program is deleted, not only memory space is freed, but less services and resources are spent.
Fourth way: choose which application to install
In the market you can find a large list of monotonous applications, try to find the smallest of them, but at the same time, so that you have enough of the number of its functions. Those applications that are correctly optimized and properly made, they will not require a large number of Android'a resources.
Also, do not be tempted to install applications with a large number of functions that you will not use, because it will require a lot from your device, while not paying for the resources eaten.
The fifth way: disable startup programs
Each of the Android users in the autorun is a number of programs, while not all of them are necessary. You can find this path "Settings> Applications> Running Services, or Settings> Application Management> Running". Here you need to disable unnecessary programs.
This is one of the effective ways, since almost no one thinks about it, and there are a lot of such programs accumulated on autorun. To make it easy to manage such downloads, you can find a help application on Google Play.
The sixth way: clearing the cache
“Settings> Applications> Application Management”, where you select the application whose cache should be cleared. This will help free up more memory and resources that were spent on their preservation, and now you can speed up the operation of the device.
Seventh way: disable synchronization with some services
Often, Android users forget that their devices are constantly synchronized with services that the user has not remembered for a long time, and the phone spends all its resources on this action. Services are disabled here: "Settings> Accounts and sync." Just remove from unused services and it will speed up the smartphone.
Eighth way: disable automatic software updates
All downloaded applications via Google Play have an automatic update feature. By default, it is turned on, during upgrades, a lot of smartphone resources are used, which is why Android’s running time decreases, and besides, it starts to spend traffic. Go to the settings of Google Play, uncheck "Update automatically."
Ninth way: remove extra widgets and animated wallpapers
Not every Andriod user uses all widgets, so unused ones should be removed, and animated wallpapers only add beauty and nothing more; turning them off will speed up the phone.
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