Tips To Optimize Android Device For Beginners

Tips To Optimize Android Device

Are you Android smartphone only has a small memory, slow and wasteful batteries? These tips will help you solve the problem. After following each step that we provide, you can even install about 75 apps.

Each size of 1 MB, and you will have up to 15MB of storage. You will also get the Android smartphone more responsive and the battery can last 1 to 2 days.

  • Disable wifi and bluetooth

 You can install WiFi OnOff widget. After you install from the Android Marker, press and hold on the homescreen, select “Widgets” then “WiFi OnOff“. Enable WiFi if you really need it. To make sure you do not forget to turn off WiFi when no WiFi signal, install WiFi status. You do not have to run these applications because these applications will automatically work when installed.

You also need to turn off Bluetooth when not needed. Do not forget to switch off the GPS, though that is important, but you should enable this GPS when running applications such as Google Maps.

  • Disable synchronization

Some of low-end Android smartphone becoming unresponsive during the synchronization process. If it happens on your Android smartphone, you can turn off Sync by default and enable it manually using Auto Sync On Off.

  • Just sync your calendar

Open the calendar, select Menu> More> My calendars> Menu> Remove calendar. Select all calendars except your personal calendar and then click OK. By adjusting the calendar you will not only save on memory consumption but also the synchronization will be faster. Do not just turn off other calendars but also need to remove the calendar.

  • Sync only inbox

Some of Android smartphone users prefer not to use the Gmail app because it is not effective enough when it comes to receiving hundreds of emails per day. But if you use the Gmail application, syncing only inbox, not all labels. To set up a non-Gmail app, select Menu> Settings> Labels. Sync the minimum number of days and the label.

  • Turn off the on-screen keyboard

Disable on-screen keyboard via the Settings> Locale & text> Android keyboard. This will make the phone more responsive. This can only be done if you use a physical keyboard Android smartphone use.

  • Reduce the brightness of the screen

Install free Brightness Level widget.

  • Turn off unused processes

Install Task Killer app and turn off all unnecessary processes. Android device will automatically kill the process that runs when the RAM is slow, but it was too late because it’s usually done when the phone has slowed.

  • Reboot

If the lack of memory or the mobile phone becomes very unresponsive, try to reboot.

  • Move content to / cache or SD card (for experts)

Some of the above tips you can do so safely and guaranteed not to harm your Android phone. But if you’re still out of memory or slow you may need to rooting Android phones that will be available more memory. Do it by moving the content to / cache or SD card.

Hopefully the above tips can help you novice users of Android devices, so yours Android smartphone can function optimally and more responsive.


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