How to Speed up Android Device?
“Hi, I have a Samsung s6 and I just bought in June 2015, it runs quickly before. I used it about one year, but now my phone run slower and slower. It took my time when I opened an app, typed text, searched site, used map navigation and etc. Is there any way to speed up my Android phone?”
Do you also want to speed up your Android Device? Please refer to the following content:
The android system has been listed for 5 years in a twinkling. But android device have a common fault that is the system slow down as the use time longer and longer. Actually Android hardware level and optimize performance has greatly improved after these years of development, the situation of Android running slow has a big degree of ease. It is a powerful hardware configuration of dual-core models, if the Android device still running slow means there is an optimization problem about ROM, RAM or bad CPU. CPU is a hardware issue, there is no way to optimize only if you want to buy a new phone. So we can try to optimize the ROM and free up RAM.
What is ROM?
ROM means Read Only Memory. Once data has been written onto a ROM chip, it cannot be removed and can only be read. Unlike main memory (RAM), ROM retains its contents even when the computer is turned off. ROM is referred to as being nonvolatile, whereas RAM is volatile. A big ROM can make your system running smoothly.
But install a custom ROM, you need to root your device. This allows you to remove and tinker with anything you like on your phone. It also means that some applications require Root access such as over lockers can work.
What is RAM?
RAM means Random Access Memory. It is storage used for a place to hold data. Think of it as a big filing cabinet that keeps things ready for the CPU in your phone to present it to your eyes and ears. It’s infinitely (almost) re-writable, very fast, and used differently by different operating systems. The program on RAM is easy to clean up and don’t need Root access.
How to speed up your Android device?
Step 1: To obtain Root access
There are several different ways to get root access on your phone, and it really depends on which phone you have. Some phones can be rooted just by replacing the boot loader and then adding some special SU files, while others need to use an exploit. A third method is to install a custom ROM like Cyanogenmod, which has root access pre-baked into the software. Which method is best for you really depend on your device.
Step 2: Close self-triggered program
Some one wonders why they still get high memory usage after clean up background program. Actually, some apps have self-triggered permission, they can self-triggered when you turn on your device, and then take up your memory forcibly. It is hard to clean up, but Root access can help you do it.
Step 3: Clean up the background program and unnecessary files usually to free up RAM
Most of the software, even you closed, they also running in the background. And the most software is automatic update in the background to occupy the memory, so it is necessary to clean up the background program usually.
Note: Fix this problem need professional knowledge of Android system, clean up false program may damage your phone performance. If you don’t want to waste time playing trial and error with every possible solution for it, welcome to contact Yoosecurity/Yoocare Online Expert. Our professionals will locate the problem and work quickly to speed up your Android device.
Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on September 13, 2016 12:58 pm
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