How to keep your android phone from lag

If you use your android phone for a long time, you will probably find that your android device is getting slower and slower, and this is not the case on the iphone system, which is one of the reasons many users choose iphone. However, with some proper operation, your android phone can actually be kept from lag.

First of all, you need to understand why android phones slow down and iphone doesn’t.

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In the early days, you could not run multiple tasks at the same time on your iphone, and the iOS system automatically ended the previous task or process when switching tasks. Even now, iphone still does, except that it allows you to restore your previous process, so that when you switch tasks, it looks like the original process didn’t exit.
But android is different. From the start, Android allows multiple tasks and multiple processes to run at the same time, and when you switch tasks, the program doesn’t exit, so even if your android phone looks like it is just running a program, several processes are actually running at the same time. So the key thing to resolve the problem that your android devices are getting slower is to keep android system from running too many programs.

1 Do not run too many backend services

Most people don’t really analyze how many apps are running on your android phone at the same time, and if you do, you might be surprised that almost every android app runs its own backend service. In fact, most app services are redundant, turned them off to prevent them from automatically running by android settings.

2 Close the useless self-starting app

Because android have a very high degree of freedom, it can do a lot of things just by applying for permissions, and when we install app, most people don’t care much about what permissions app uses. This causes that most of android apps want to start automatically when android boots. In fact, most app self-starting programs are useless.  you should turn off those useless self-starting programs by android settings.

3 Do not upgrade app

Most of android apps keep upgrading, and you may be grateful to the developers for it, but you will find that most of the upgrades are useless, especially nowadays, many of them are for better advertising. The more you upgrade and the more functionality you have, the more memory you naturally need. If you pay close attention, you will find that a lot of apps will be fully functional when it comes to the first release. So, if you find the app you’re using is working, do not upgrade it.

4 Do not install large and complex app

Mobile phones are more often for communication and entertainment, and it’s better to run large software on your personal computer. A very large app takes up a lot of memory on your android device.

5 Uninstall apps that you rarely open

Have you ever thought about how many apps you often use on your android phone? The answer is just several apps. sometimes you don’t even remember when you installed a special app. Do not ignore these apps you rarely open, they take up a lot of memory of your android device. Listen to me. Delete them.

6 recover your device by factory setting

Have you ever thought that the desktop program is also an app? This app is running for a long time and may take up more and more memory. You still find your device running very slowly even If you delete a lot of apps, then you’d better recover your device by factory setting.

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