The speed of your android phone highly depends on the type of processor you have in your phone. This post is all about how to make your android phone faster.
Are you tired of your Android phone being slow? Is it lagging and freezing when you’re trying to respond to a message, or share information with someone on social media? You’re not alone! In fact, I’m willing to bet that at least five of the people around you right now are experiencing this exact problem. It’s one thing to have a slow website, but it’s another thing entirely to have a slow phone. And if your phone is this sluggish, it means that other people are going to be unable to use it well. That’s why I’ve put together this list of helpful tricks and tips for making Android phones faster.
How To Make Phone Faster Android
There are many ways to make your phone faster. The most important thing is that you always keep your phone clean and free of junk files. Junk files can slow down your phone, so it’s important that you remove them from your phone. However, even if you keep your phone clean, there’s still a chance that it will slow down over time due to age or software updates. If you’re experiencing this problem, then there are still some things that you can do to speed up your phone.
Animations are the things that make your phone’s screen look pretty. They’re also the things that slow down your phone. If you have a lot of apps open at once, or if you’re watching a video and you’re trying to do something else, animations can make your device feel like it’s stuck in molasses.
You can reduce the amount of time animations spend on your screen by going into Settings > Developer Options and turning off Window Animation Scale, Transition Animation Scale, and Animator Duration Scale. These options will make all of your transitions faster, so that when you swipe between home screens or open an app or close an app, it happens right away instead of taking five seconds for everything to move around on-screen first (and then another five seconds before it actually does what you wanted).
Greenify is a great way to make your phone faster. It can be used on both rooted and non-rooted phones, and it’s really simple to use.
First, download Greenify from the Google Play Store.
Then open up the app and click “Freeze” on any apps you don’t want running in the background, but do want to keep installed. This will prevent them from using unnecessary battery life or processing power. You can also set an app to hibernate, which means it will only update once every few hours or days—you’ll still have access to it, but it won’t drain your battery as quickly.
You can also choose the “Uninstall” option for apps that you know are taking up too much space or slowing down your device’s performance.
Clear App Cache
When you clear your cache, you’re removing temporary files and other data that your phone has collected while it was running. This can help your phone run faster by freeing up space, but it can also cause problems if you don’t know what you’re doing.
There are two ways to clear app cache: one method will delete only the cache for the current application and leave any other data alone; the other method will clear all of your cached data. If you’re trying to speed up your phone, we recommend using this second method, although make sure that there aren’t any files or apps on your phone that require this cached data.
This will help you get rid of any temporary files created by your apps and speed up their performance. Here’s how:
- Open Settings on your phone and tap Apps & Notifications.
- Tap See All X Apps at the top of the screen, then swipe over to the All tab on the next screen.
- Find an app that you want to clear its cache and tap it once. This will open a new window with information about that app (including whether or not it has cached files).
- Tap Storage (the top option), then tap Clear Cache at the bottom of the list (this will show a pop-up window with two options). The first one is “Clear Data,” which means deleting all information associated with this app (including login credentials), while “Clear Cache” only removes temporary files from inside that app without deleting anything else associated with it from your phone’s memory.”
Turn Off Background Data (Android 5.0 Lollipop and up)
Android 5.0 Lollipop introduced a new feature, “Background Data Limiter,” which is designed to help you manage your data usage. It’s easy to turn on and off, and it can be a great way to save yourself some cash if you’re prone to going over your monthly data cap.
- Open up the Settings app on your phone, then tap Data Usage.
- Tap the menu button (three dots) in the top right corner of the screen, then select Background data from the list of options that appears.
- You’ll see a list of apps with their current background data usage levels displayed below them—if an app has been running non-stop in the background for more than 10 minutes and isn’t actively being used by you or someone else at this moment in time (e.g., listening to music on Spotify), then you’ll see an option at the bottom of its row labeled “Restrict app background data.” Tap it!
Enable Developer Options (Android 6.0 Marshmallow and up)
Enabling Developer Options is a simple process that can make a huge difference in the performance of your phone.
The first thing you need to do is open your Settings app. You’ll find it at the bottom of your home screen.
On Android 6.0 Marshmallow and up, there’s a little wrench icon next to “About Phone” under System > About Phone. Tap it, then tap Build Number seven times until you see a toast message saying that you have enabled Developer Options.
If you have an older version of Android, go back to System > About Phone and tap the “Build Number” entry seven times until it says “You are now a developer!”
Now that you have enabled Developer Options, there are five things you can do to speed up your phone:
1) Disable animations (Settings > System > Developer Options > Transition Animation Scale)
2) Disable animations while scrolling (Settings > System > Developer Options > Window Animation Scale)
3) Disable hardware acceleration for web browsing and video playback (Settings > System > Advanced)
Delete Unwanted Apps & Reset App Preferences
There’s a lot you can do to speed up your Android phone.
Delete Unwanted Apps & Reset App Preferences
The first thing you should do is delete any unwanted apps. This will free up memory and make your phone run faster.
To delete an app, open Google Play Store, tap the menu (three lines), then My apps & games. Tap the app you want to remove, then select Uninstall. If you have trouble deleting an app, go to Settings > Apps > Downloaded and select the app from the list to uninstall it.
If you’re having trouble deleting an app on your phone’s home screen or app drawer, try restarting your phone in Safe Mode by holding down the power button until “Safe Mode” appears on the display and then tapping OK. From there, try to uninstall any problematic apps again in this mode before restarting out of Safe Mode by holding down the power button until “Reboot system now” appears on-screen before tapping OK again.
Remove or Replace the Bloatware
Bloatware is the kind of software that comes pre-installed on your Android device, often taking up a lot of space and slowing down your phone.
If you’re looking for a way to speed up your Android phone, one way to do it is by removing or replacing the bloatware that comes pre-installed on your phone. This will free up storage space and speed up your phone.
There are two different ways you can go about doing this: either by removing the bloatware altogether or by replacing it with something lighter that works just as well.
If you’ve never done this before, removing bloatware can be a little complicated at first. But once you get the hang of it, it’s pretty easy! If you have an app drawer installed on your phone (like Nova Launcher), then all you have to do is open up the app drawer and tap on any icon that says “bloatware” next to it (if there isn’t any information next to the icon, then it’s probably not bloatware). Then tap “Uninstall” or “Deactivate” (depending on what option is available for that app). Once done with all
Avoid Live Wallpapers & Widgets
Live wallpapers and widgets can have a negative impact on the speed of your phone. These are programs that run in the background, constantly updating and refreshing. This is not only a drain on your battery but also slows down your phone’s performance. If you want to make your phone faster, avoid live wallpapers and widgets.
You should also consider turning off any unnecessary apps or services that are running in the background. Many apps will automatically update in the background without your knowledge or permission, which can really slow down your device. You can check these settings by going into Settings > Apps & Notifications > App Manager > Show System Apps (on some devices). Here you will see all of the apps installed on your device, including those that came pre-installed with it. To stop an app from updating automatically, just tap on it and choose “Disable Auto-update” or “Uninstall Updates” if applicable.
Disable Auto Start Apps
If you want to make your phone faster, the best thing you can do is disable auto start apps.
When you’re scrolling through your home screen and see a bunch of apps that are running in the background, it’s easy to get overwhelmed and just want to shut them all down. But this isn’t the best way to keep your phone running smoothly.
The best thing you can do is turn off auto start apps in the settings panel. This means that when you open an app, it will stay open until you close it. If you don’t have time or energy to manage all of these apps manually, then this is the easiest way to make sure they’re not wasting resources while they sit idle on your device.
Now we can better understand why our phone unsatisfactory, the reason is in addition to the hardware, software is also one of the reasons. If you lose your Android phone with lagging or system running slow or sometimes apps crashes or freezes, try to follow methods above to help. You’ll see it will make a difference in improving the performance of your Android phone.