4 Aug 2014

Tips To Maintain The Peak Performance Of Android Smartphones


Many users of smartphones, particularly Android, are often distraught when their smartphone's performance has continued to decline over time.

Once purchased, users of Android smartphones will definitely fill them with a variety of applications that can be burdensome computational process. No we know many other daily activities that could make Android smartphones more 'slow'. For example, never take care of the battery and put the smartphone in any place.

To restore your smartphone to its peak performance, it is usually required to remove a variety of user applications that are already installed or even move important data to another device. Here are tips that can be done so that the smartphone is still able to walk perfectly.

1. Keep your smartphone battery always fully charged


Battery with full proven power could make smartphones work in the best performance, as well as make it more durable. Therefore, it is better if the user does not wait smartphone battery is completely discharged before recharging.

If a smartphone is often accustomed recharged when the power runs out, the performance can Downhill. For Lithium-ion battery, rechargeable power when the battery runs out could Lowering age. The same thing happens when a smartphone is often used when the temperature is increased.

Lithium-ion battery itself actually can last up to 5 years if cared for properly. But one habit that can refill makes it fast running out of power during use. Until in the end, the smartphone can not be separated from the additional charger as a power bank.

2. Use the memory settings application


Memory management applications can be downloaded easily on Google Play for free, or if paid prices tend to be cheap. But do not underestimate the function of this application.

Use memory management application can restore data that was accidentally lost by way of sorting out the internal memory (defragmenting) Android smartphone or make repairs to the damaged data.

Users can take advantage of defragmenting features to make the Android operating system run faster.

The use of these applications is usually quite easy. Once installed, users simply run to reduce the memory usage is not necessary. As a result, the smartphone can be used smoothly.

3. Close all background applications


The most convenient and practical way to keep the Android smartphone is still running smoothly with Close applications that are not used and avoid the habit of opening the various tabs to excess.

In contrast to the PC, the smartphone does not have enough memory to process large amounts of data at one time. Therefore, typically the smartphone will instantly slow down if we open more than three applications at once.

To be more practical, the user can download the task killer app or task killer to close background applications that are being run. Works like a task killer app task manager program on the computer. Even certain applications running in the background of smartphones can be 'killed' using the many applications available on Google Play.

4. Delete the browser caches and cookies regularly


One of the most frequent causes of smartphones running slow is the backlog cache generated when the smartphone is used for surfing the internet.

Browsing the rest of the data is that there must be cleaned periodically. To do so, users can access it through the Menu button on the browser used, then select "Options" and click "Settings". After going into the settings menu, which should be done just click on the "Clear Cache".

In addition to the cache, the remains of other data that might be left behind after the cookie is connected to the Internet. Program 'rest' which shows track record of Internet activity needs to be cleaned so as not to increase the burden of the process data.

To clean it, the user must also enter the menu of the browser being used and then select the "More Options" and "Settings". Afterwards there is an option "Clear all cookie data" can be directly tapped.

After clearing the cache and cookies, we can be sure the smartphone can be used to access the Internet faster.

5. Do a 'Factory Reset'


There are times when a smartphone would be really difficult to use after a certain time. Even by doing these tips before, peak performance can not smartphones back.

If it happens, sign Android smartphones require a total re-activation or commonly referred to as 'Factory Reset'. Do a 'Factory Reset' means restoring smartphone to its original state like new out of the factory. All data written by the user can be deleted. Therefore, it is better if the important data that is in move or backup first.

Once the necessary data on the move is complete, the user can do a 'Factory Reset' to access the menu, followed by clicking "Settings". Next, select "Privacy" followed by "Factory Reset". In this option the user must select "Reset Phone" to confirm the total livelihood.