Usually after some time, your smartphone becomes slow and lagi. Over time, even the fastest phone will start to show its age. And with a device you use as much as your smartphone, every missed swipe or extra moment waiting for an app to load can feel like an eternity. No one likes to use a slow android device. There can be many reasons due to which your device becomes slow.

Here are some solutions you can try. In less than 5 minutes, your phone could be back up to speed. But these method will not work for me as i use 'Nokia 3310'.

    1. Clean your home screen:

    Cleaning the home screen will help bring down the stutters. Keeping a live wallpaper with widgets for weather, news and other such constantly updating apps, may result in lags often as all of them get refreshed as soon as you unlock your smartphone.

    Widgets are an amazing feature of the Android operating system that allow you to see and interact with apps on your homescreen without needing to actually launch the app. While they will save you time when your phone is quick and new, eventually they can drag the speed of your entire device down. So, you should keep your home screen clean as much as possible. Try to use less widgets.

    2. Clear your cached data:

    This is perhaps the most common method of clearing out junk files and making the smartphone quick in certain tasks. You get a lot of apps for this and some smartphones even have an inbuilt phone manager with this feature.

    Your apps are constantly caching small pieces of data, which typically will speed up the performance of your phone. But if your device is running low on storage, cached data will start hurting more than it helps. Here’s how to clear it out and start fresh.

    Follow these steps to clear cached data

    Navigate to Settings on your phone.You can find settings in the app drawer.
    Tap Storage> Cached data>clear cached data.
    Tap 'Yes'. Its done, do this atleast once in a month.

    3. Keep your android phone up to date:

    It's good practice to make sure your phone is up to date, as most manufacturers tend to roll out regular updates containing bug fixes and stability improvements. Google also issues monthly security updates, which are crucial as they offer fixes for security vulnerabilities.

    While you may not see a huge difference in the overall user experience when installing a security patch, major platform updates and maintenance releases tend to feature a laundry list of fixes that significantly improve the performance of your phone.

    However, far too few companies deliver monthly updates consistently, and more often than not your phone is likely to get one security patch once every three months. A lot of this is down to the way these updates are structured, and without going into the weeds, the update situation is a problem that needs fixing. That said, even when an update is available, there are users that don't install it.

    To see if an update is available for your phone, just head into Settings -> About phone -> System update to check. If there is an update waiting, install it right away.

    4. Uninstall/Remove Blot-wares and Unused apps:

    Right out of the box, your Android phone probably had a number of apps pre-installed by your carrier or the phone manufacturer that have gone completely unused.

    Most phones aside from the Pixels and Android One devices come with some form of bloatware. Thankfully, you can disable or in some cases uninstall most of the apps that come pre-installed on your phone, you're not going to use them.

    Just go to Settings > Apps to see all the apps installed on your phone. When you find an app that you don't recognize, uninstall or disable it. You can also use Files by Google to identify unused apps on your phone, and delete them as needed.

    5. Optimize Chrome Browser:

    With about 90 percent of Android users sticking with the Chrome browser, this is going to help the vast majority of you speed up your mobile web browsing.

    As an added bonus, it will save you some data if you aren’t on an unlimited plan.Data Saver mode in Chrome will allows Google to compress the pages you are viewing by around 30 percent and up to 50 percent for video, meaning less data usage and faster browsing.

    To do so just follow these steps.Navigate To Chrome Browser. Tap the 3-dots at the upper right corner. Then tap settings> data saver.And you are done.

    Now, you can enjoy fast browsing.

    6. Try to install the lite version of apps:

    If you're using a phone with limited memory and storage, using a poorly-optimized app can cause a lot of frustrations. Facebook is the perfect example of this, as the app tends to feel sluggish even on brand-new phones.

    There are many apps who got there light version too. For example Facebook, its has a lite version called Facebook Lite (I know most of you don't use Facebook. I too use only Instagram)😂. You can try these lite versions.

    There is lite version of you tube & Google too.

    7. Optimize your phone Battery:

    The final trick for you is to optimize your phone battery. Is you see some thing is eating your battery too much then just uninstall that app because these kind of apps also put loads on your cpu.

    To see the battery consumption go to Settings>Battery. Find out what is eating your battery and remove it.

    Bonus Trick:

    If non of these things work for you then you the can do the Factory Reset of your phone, but only when you have no other option left.

    To do the factory reset just go to Settings>>backup and reset >>reset.

    Before you do the backup just take backup of all important things from your mobile like your pictures, videos, etc.

    After the reset your phone will work like new and you will not face any kind of issues.

    I hope you did liked my post. If you want to demand any post or solution of any issue, then just comment below or contact me.👍👍👍


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