1. Know Thy DeviceIt’s important that you know what your phone can or cannot handle. For example, yes, those shiny new apps may look entertaining – but too many of them can overburden your phone and cause them to perform poorly. Think about how you would walk if you carried more luggage that you could handle. The same think applies to the way your phone “walks.”
2. Update Your AndroidThere’s a reason why Android keeps sending these updates; to fix bugs and make your phone perform better. Now, if you haven’t updated your phone to the latest Android firmware in quite some time, you may want to do so now. Chances are high that your phone will start performing much better.
3. Update Your AppsMost people refuse to update their apps in fear that they will cause the phone to go slower – but the truth is quite the opposite. Developers will generally work to fix any bugs, and the updated app is very likely to make your phone work faster. Plus, if you are an Instagram user and don’t update, chances are you won’t see the new Instagram tools.
4. Remove Unnecessary AppsIf you already have a clutter of apps in your phone, you might want to start doing some cleaning. Leave the ones that you are still using and delete the ones that you no longer use. This will allow your Android system to work better.
5. Go for Smaller AppsThere are several “lite” alternatives that you can try out there – some that do not use as much memory as most apps nowadays. Apps such as Upleap, for example, will allow you to be productive – without overburdening your phone.
6. Keep Sync Turned OffYou might like the fact that your phone constantly synchronizes your data across all Google servers – but at the same time, this also affects the performance of your Android. If you really want to have your data synced, you can simply turn it on every now and again, leave it until it does its business – and then turn it off again. It’s much better than having it automatically sync every five minutes. You don’t need to buy a new phone to get a better-working Android. You just need to “clean out” your phone so that it can actually breathe.
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