Having a smartphone is good. If it performs well and meets the needs that are asked of it, that’s even better. Perhaps you have ever felt annoyed with an app that took forever to open or lost your patience while a web page was loading on your mobile.
So yes, the acquisition of a new smartphone may be a solution to remedy these problems. However, by following these few tips, you can significantly improve the performance of your Android smartphone.
► Deactivate synchronization
Quite resource-intensive, synchronizing your smartphone when it is activated can cause slowdowns. Useful for people wishing to synchronize their emails at a predefined time interval, it also allows you to receive notifications, especially concerning updates to your applications.
By deactivating synchronization, you will gain in fluidity. You can check your mailbox and manually update your applications. So your smartphone can “breathe” if you spare it these tasks.
► Have the latest updates of your applications installed
Android applications are regularly updated by their developers. If they do it regularly, it is in order that they function optimally. Not updating your applications can cause slowdowns or even crash your smartphone. A quick tour of the Play Store and it’s in your pocket!
► Uninstall unnecessary applications
Clean up apps you don’t or very rarely use. The more applications your smartphone contains, the more its operation is affected. A device with few apps will often tend to run faster. Conversely, the more it is ” charge“, The more he” will row“.
► Do not abuse Widgets
Widgets, these shortcuts that allow you to quickly have an eye on the weather or access certain parameters can alternate the operation of your smartphone. They are always active and draw on your smartphone’s resources to update the information they display. You can keep one or two on your home screen, without overdoing it. Fewer Widgets = a more responsive smartphone.
► Avoid live wallpapers
Who says live wallpapers necessarily means increased battery consumption. If they are pleasing to the eye, live wallpapers are to be avoided if you want your smartphone in addition to having better battery life to be fluid and responsive. Their operation is based on that of an ordinary application. This means that every time you unlock your screen, they require CPU resources to function. If you also launch an application, the cocktail is explosive and the use of your smartphone will turn out to be less optimal.
And if your 2012 smartphone really doesn’t want to know anything, it might be time to change it. In our section Tips you may find what you are looking for. At the moment the very good POCO X3 NFC is offered at 185 € and the racehorse that is the OnePlus 7T is “given” at 330 € …