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  • Oh boy.

  • Something BAAAD has happened: you've noticed that your phone isn't quite as fast as it

  • used to be.

  • Pity.

  • But before you start figuring out how to fit a new phone into your budget, try out these

  • tips to revive your digital friend.

  • Use lighter versions of apps.

  • Many popular apps, including Facebook and YouTube, haveliteversions with the

  • same set of features as the regular apps.

  • They're often designed for weaker smartphones and for users who want to keep things simple.

  • Switching to them can improve performance of your phone.

  • As a bonus, you'll spend less on your data bills.

  • Get rid of bloatware.

  • Apps that come pre-installed on your phone and require excessive memory are called bloatware.

  • They might slow down your phone.

  • If you don't plan to use them, it's better to disable or delete them if you can.

  • Unfortunately, not all apps included by the manufacturer can be just uninstalled.

  • So, let's just move on

  • Try another launcher.

  • The launcher lets you customize the phone's interface to the max.

  • But some Android phones have default launchers that are heavily skinned and eventually make

  • the interface cumbersome.

  • In this case, you should consider getting a third-party launcher.

  • However, it can take time to find the right one for you.

  • But when you manage to do it, the lightweight launcher will make all the difference in the

  • world.

  • Use internal memory for apps.

  • You might think that storing most of your apps on an SD card is a good idea just because

  • it frees up internal storage.

  • But in reality, internal memory is way faster than SD cards even if it's limiting the storage.

  • If there's not enough space for all your apps in the internal memory, move only those

  • apps you don't use much to the SD card.

  • Cut down on visual effects.

  • Yeah, a bright and flashy live wallpaper looks cool, and having so many widgets on your home

  • screen seems convenient.

  • But all these things put extra load on the device and affect its performance.

  • Switch to a simple background image and don't forget to delete all widgets that update automatically.

  • What kind of wallpaper do you have right now?

  • Let me know in the comments!

  • Keep all your stuff in the cloud.

  • Internal memory is only for apps, remember?

  • Everything else, like numerous selfies, pictures of your sleeping cat, important documents,

  • and downloaded music should go to the cloud.

  • This will not only make it easier for your phone to operate but also will make all your

  • stuff accessible across different devices and free up valuable internal storage.

  • Update apps only over Wi-Fi.

  • Many apps need to update themselves in the background to give you fresh information all

  • the time or do other things such as upload files, photos, videos, blah blah blah.

  • So disabling background data can speed up your phone.

  • Also, denying apps access to mobile networks for updating will save your precious mobile

  • data.

  • So, go to the Settings > Auto-update apps, and chooseAuto-update apps over Wi-Fi

  • only”.

  • Format your SD card.

  • If your apps keep crashing (oh, that pain when it happens in the middle of a game!),

  • in some cases a corrupt SD card might be to blame.

  • That's why formatting your SD card can give your phone a much-needed boost.

  • Besides, it will delete the unnecessary junk of files created by the Android system and

  • various apps.

  • Clear app cache.

  • The apps you don't often open but still want to keep on your device (like those for

  • booking flights or ordering food) still can consume much space when they are not in use.

  • That's why you need to clear the cached data regularly.

  • This will help both your phone and these apps run smoother because old data can lead to

  • lagging and crashing.

  • Just keep in mindclearing the app cache deletes the preferences the app has saved.

  • Delete power-hogging apps.

  • Snort snort!

  • Sometimes just one poorly designed app might be the problem because it keeps stealing your

  • phone's processing power and might even be the reason why it shuts down randomly.

  • Looking through your smartphone's battery usage can help you pinpoint which app it is.

  • Do yourself a favor and choose a better alternative if possible.

  • Turn off the ambient screen.

  • The ambient screen is a great feature if you want to take a quick look at the notifications

  • you've received without having to unlock your phone.

  • But you've probably noticed it drains your battery faster.

  • And everything that is battery-draining eventually affects your phone's processing power.

  • So, disable the ambient screen to help your digital friend stay strong.

  • Disable animations.

  • When your phone is brand new, animations make all the transitions and interactions with

  • your operating system appear fluid and smooth.

  • But when it gets old, animations wear off as well.

  • If you see that animations are getting slower, consider turning them off completely to save

  • a bit of processing power and make the navigation faster.

  • Tweak Chrome.

  • Many phone users surf the net using this browser but have no idea there's a way to optimize

  • it.

  • To do it, open Chrome homepage, tap in the upper-right corner to see the overflow menu,

  • and go to Settings.

  • Then choose Data Saver and toggle the switch to enable it.

  • Now you get faster browsing and save mobile data!

  • Shut off push notifications.

  • Of course, alerts from some apps might be very important to you.

  • But do you really need to see when it's time to rate the restaurant where you had dinner

  • yesterday?

  • Most apps you've just downloaded think the answer is yes.

  • Tweak the settings a bit and turn off unnecessary notifications.

  • Otherwise, apps will constantly check if there's something new to show you on the screen, stealing

  • your battery power.

  • Turn off things you don't need.

  • I'm talking about apps that don't actually need to track your location but still do;

  • Bluetooth that is on by default on most devices; and turned on Wi-Fi when not in use.

  • All these features make your phone work harder because it keeps looking for a new connection

  • as long as Bluetooth or Wi-Fi are enabled and checking with the satellites to make sure

  • you haven't changed your location.

  • Most phones let you control all these features from the quick settings menu.

  • Avoid temperature extremes.

  • Your phone likes extreme temperatures no better than any of us.

  • It works properly because all sorts of chemical reactions are happening inside its battery.

  • And really low temperatures mess them up.

  • As for high temperatures, your phone generates its own heat, and if it's a scorching summer

  • day, the device just has to perform all tasks slower to avoid overheating.

  • By the way, that's why you shouldn't leave your phone under the pillow overnight, especially

  • if it's charging.

  • Keep the system and apps updated.

  • Usually, operating system updates include bug fixes and tweaks that improve overall

  • stability.

  • Which means they help your phone perform better.

  • The same goes for different appsupdates help you navigate them effortlessly.

  • Delete apps you don't use.

  • You've heard that million times, I know!

  • But I bet there are still one or two apps on your phone that you don't remember opening

  • last time.

  • Get thisvarious apps that live inside your smartphone run all the time and stay

  • connected to the internet to keep working.

  • And this makes them a pointless burden for the hardware.

  • Reset your phone.

  • If nothing I've said before helped and your phone has slowed down to the level that it

  • can't do basic things, then brace yourself, Bright Sider.

  • It's time for the last resort: factory reset.

  • This action will reset device settings and erase all the data like your photos, videos,

  • apps, cache, etc.

  • So, don't forget to back-up everything you want to keep before starting.

  • I hope you were taking notes, I'm not going to repeat myself.

  • Unless you watch this again.

  • Hey, if you learned something new today, then give the video a like and share it with a

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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