It doesn't matter what kind of Android device do you have, but from time to time it starts to slow down. This happens if you download apps that eat a lot of your device's power or your cache files number increase solve the problem e a lot, so it takes a lot of space. When this happens, a reboot may solve the issue for a small time, but it won't solve the problem. We will show how you can solve this issue, so it won't make you any trouble.Clogged memory.If your internal memory or your SD memory is full more than 80%, then is the moment when the device starts to function slower. So, it's time for some cleaning. An app for this is SD Cleaner, It will log all the unused and unnecessary files and will trash them. These are mostly cached files. This process will clean your space.Hibernate apps.If you have a lot of installed apps, which a big part of them are running in the background, this will slow down your device. You can force a close down for each of them, but doing this process every time isn't the best option. Using Greenify, you can put to hibernate some apps. This apps can make some reminders, alarms, notifications to hibernate and so, don't use so more resources.Kill those power hungry apps.It's important to know what apps are using a lot of resources on your device.Wakelock Detecotr is an app which starts to make statistics about your apps. From those statistics you can tell which apps are taking a lot of resources.Clear the cache.App Cache Cleaner is an app that can help you clear cache files more easily. You can choose to what apps you can clear cache files.
What's my model number?
There are several ways to locate your model number:
- Option 1
- On your device, go to Settings, then "About device" and scroll down to "Model number"
- Option 2
- Often times you can view the model number inside the device, by removing the battery
- Option 3
- Using Samsung's model/serial number location tool