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30 Dec 2016

How To Prevent your Android SmartPhone from Slow Operation See Working Solution Here

It obvious that most smart phones are found of Lagging and hanging, this days smartphone hangs on expected. And it seems to be so annoying. Nowadays smartphones are made with 2GB, 3GB, 4GB, 5GB and 6GB of RAM. But you cant deny the fact that there are some with 1GB RAM or less. That works perfectly fine without you experiencing any lagging.

While most 1GB Ram of devices are the ones that will Lag too often, only 1GB of RAM cannot carry 5 huge apps at a time. This will cause the phone to lag or even hang while using. It feels bad to use a lagging phone, It can frustrate you to the point that you may even smash it on the wall.

This guide will show you how to Optimize the RAM usage of your Android SmartPhone

1. close apps immediately after you finished using them. Smartphones with smaller RAM and processors can't really multitask efficiently so you need to make sure that you don't open too much apps at a time, 10 huge apps at a time can totally freeze your smartphone. So always try as much as possible to close each app after usage.

2. Identify and uninstall apps that consume too much RAM. It's no news that some apps consume way too much RAM, so you need to identify these type of apps and check what you can do to them.

HOW TO KNOW APPs THAT CONSUMES TOO MUCH RAM
» Go to Settings

» Scroll down to About Phone

» Scroll down to Build Number and click it 10times

» Go back to Settings you will find

Developer Option
» In Developer Option you will see

Running Service 
» In Running Service you will see

Running Apps and the amount of RAM it consumes

» Click any of the App you want to stop if you feel like. Below are the.

Screen Shots:



Now that you've been able to see the apps that are consuming your RAM in the background of your Smartphone. It's left for you to decide if you uninstall some of them that are not very important.
It obvious that most smart phones are found of Lagging and hanging, this days smartphone hangs on expected. And it seems to be so annoying. Nowadays smartphones are made with 2GB, 3GB, 4GB, 5GB and 6GB of RAM. But you cant deny the fact that there are some with 1GB RAM or less. That works perfectly fine without you experiencing any lagging.

While most 1GB Ram of devices are the ones that will Lag too often, only 1GB of RAM cannot carry 5 huge apps at a time. This will cause the phone to lag or even hang while using. It feels bad to use a lagging phone, It can frustrate you to the point that you may even smash it on the wall.

This guide will show you how to Optimize the RAM usage of your Android SmartPhone

1. close apps immediately after you finished using them. Smartphones with smaller RAM and processors can't really multitask efficiently so you need to make sure that you don't open too much apps at a time, 10 huge apps at a time can totally freeze your smartphone. So always try as much as possible to close each app after usage.

2. Identify and uninstall apps that consume too much RAM. It's no news that some apps consume way too much RAM, so you need to identify these type of apps and check what you can do to them.

HOW TO KNOW APPs THAT CONSUMES TOO MUCH RAM
» Go to Settings

» Scroll down to About Phone

» Scroll down to Build Number and click it 10times

» Go back to Settings you will find

Developer Option
» In Developer Option you will see

Running Service 
» In Running Service you will see

Running Apps and the amount of RAM it consumes

» Click any of the App you want to stop if you feel like. Below are the.

Screen Shots:



Now that you've been able to see the apps that are consuming your RAM in the background of your Smartphone. It's left for you to decide if you uninstall some of them that are not very important.

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