Boost Your Android Device In the Following Steps

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Everyone is always excited to buy a new smartphone, the user interface is perfect at the beginning but later gets sluggish. In the preceding steps, you will learn how to speed up android phone in just five steps:

Note: Android phone sluggishness has many factors; these steps may work or may not work subject to the condition and type of phone you use. Generally, these steps will work fine for most phones.

Android smartphones operate at a fantastic speed with processors, RAM, and storage type working together to produce a speed out of this world. But over time, many of them slow down as junk increases and get stored as cached data, unused files, and folders.
To solve this, most people download an Android anti-virus software that does the job in a snap. But there are multiple ways to speed up your phone besides that which are as follows:

Disable Animations
Animations are definitely beautiful on the screen, but they make the phone device slow. There are three kinds of animations in every android device, which are, Window animation, Transition animation, and Animator duration. You need to reset them to 0 seconds. But you first have to enable developer options to access the setting.


Go to Android settings, then About Section. Under the About Section, look for the build number. Tap on the Build number seven times, after which this message will appear “You are now a developer!”

Then search for Developer options in the settings. Under the Developer options, you will turn off the animations. Move down to the animation section and change the options to Animation off. If you change this setting, your android phone may likely appear unsightly, but the speed will be boosted.
But, If you don’t want your Android phone to appear unsightly, you can change the settings to 0.5 seconds.

Clear cache data
After a downloaded app has been used for a while, it stores data in the form of cache. Over time, the cache data becomes large, and this slows down your phone speed. Thus, it is advisable to clear the cache regularly.


To do this, go to settings -> Storage -> Select an app from the list -> Clear cache (These settings may not be precisely in this order on your phone) But the procedure is same. Install Files Go app in your device as it helps in deleting the unnecessary data.



Uninstall Bloatware
Bloatware is a pre-installed app that comes with the device from the manufacturer. These apps are installed at the time of manufacture and can be uninstalled. You should also uninstall every app not regularly used.



For heavy apps on your device, delete and replace it with a lite version isis available on google play. For instance, Facebook consumes a lot of space, but the Facebook Lite app is less bulky.

Check for updates & Install          


Always check for system updates and install them. System updates give you a smoother experience with your  Android phone. It comes with bug fixes and security issues. So, it is paramount always to install them.



Restart to speed up android phone
When you restart, it clears up cache and refreshes the device at its normal state. It is a quick and effective option. If these steps yielded no results, you should do a Factory Reset. It is the last and effective, but not the least to boost your smartphone.
But, before you do a Factory Reset, take the backup of essential files on your phone.


Clean Your Home Screen
Cleaning up the home screen will help bring down the stutters. Keeping a live wallpaper with widgets for weather conditions, news and other such constantly running apps, may bring about lags as they refresh as soon as your smartphone is unlocked. Keeping multiple windows on the home screen also slows down your system.


Enable the Data Saver Mode
Enabling the ‘Data Saver’ option will assist you in compressing the page as you surf, using less data and loading pages quicker. Image and video quality could be sacrificed, but what matters is the quality of data speed.


Switch Off Auto Synced
These days, most smartphones have this particular option in the Settings app. Take a look at what apps need to be auto-synced in the background. Select the ones you don’t need Auto syncing for and turn off the auto-sync option.


Task killers make apps slow
Task killing apps make apps slow to begin because some of the apps are better managed by the Android system when they are in the background. Whenever task killers shut down an app that is running in the background, booting them from the start takes more time and battery. You can also disable some of the apps running in the background.


Install A Custom ROM
If you are an expert and have a good experience of handling a smartphone, you can install a custom ROM. With this, you can get the latest features but also the newest version of Android version even after your device doesn’t support it.


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