5 Tips to Speed Up Your Slow Smartphone

Yo Guys today we know everyone of you is fed up of Slowness of your smartphone So we Collect 5 Tips to Speed Up Your Slow Smartphone

When you buy a new smartphone either an iPhone or an Android phone, it often runs quickly for a few months, and then seems to slow down inexplicably. But it turns out that it’s pretty easy for you to keep your smartphone running like new.

1 Reduce  Animations & Keep your software updated

Keep your software updated , On an Android smartphone or an iPhone, you can check for updates via the Settings app.When you’re running the latest version of all of the software, things are more likely to keep running smoothly and quickly.

If your phone is slow to move from one task to another, consider turning off some of the animations that appear throughout the operating system.

  • On Android, you’ll need to enable developer options via the Settings app, and then reduce or turn off some of the animations. If you’re using a live wallpaper, consider replacing it with a static image.
  • On iOS, forgo the live wallpaper for a static image, and turn off parallax and app zooms by opening the Settings app and navigating to the Accessibility section.

2. Uninstall apps & Clean  Cache

Unnecessary apps use up storage, and even system resources if they’re occasionally running tasks in the background, so periodically evaluate the apps you have on your device and get rid of the ones that aren’t useful to you anymore. For apps that come preloaded on your Android phone and can’t  be deleted, disable them to keep them from using resources.

If you uninstalled some unneeded apps but still are short on storage, delete downloaded files that are just sitting around, or back up and remove the years’ worth of photos you’ve accumulated on your phone. Get rid of old message threads that hog storage. And on Android, make sure to clear the app cache occasionally to get rid of the data that apps save to streamline their operations, or on iOS, clear the history in apps like Safari.

3. Kill background tasks impacting the performance of your phone

On Android, consider reducing the frequency with which apps like your favorite mail app, or social media apps like Facebook, connect to your account and load new updates.

In iOS, be mindful of which apps have Background App Refresh enabled, and consider reducing that number to decrease the resources being used in the background. Additionally, turn off Bluetooth and Wi-Fi when you’re not using them.

4. Reduce unnecessary icons & widgets from your home screen

On iOS: clean up that home screen and don’t keep widgets that will eat up lots of unnecessary resources if you don’t ever actually look at them.

In Android many home screen options — and widget support — make it easy to have everything you need within easy reach. But if you get carried away, a cluttered home screen can impact how quickly your phone runs. Get rid of unnecessary icons  and only keep the widgets that are really useful for you.

5. Last Resort : Factory Reset your phone

When your phone is running slowly, it sometimes works to clean up unused apps or simply restart it. But other times, you try everything else and your smartphone still isn’t performing the way you want it to.

In that case, you can take a more extreme step and complete a factory reset, which can often solve random issues with apps and eradicate problems that elude diagnosis. Just remember that before you reset your phone, you need to back up all of the important data and media.





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