Phone getting a bit lazy ? moving swipe very slowly? it worked smoothly when it buy….Speed up your Android Device with below tips
1) Dont put live Wallpaper for your screen
Live wallpapers seems very funny but update the wall papers & to animate the same will use some amount of resource from the device depending up on the wall paper quality & size. to get your handset to older condition and to get smooth scroll keep your wall paper with still image & light weight image.
2) More Widgets
By the same way, you might want to remove a few of those widgets that you don’t use useally. No need to remove them all completely, unless ur not using freaquently – Remove the wn wanted widgets, it will help your data usage performance, start up time, and speed efficiency as well.
3) Apps running in background
Good to find the running Apps. check/monitor the the apps which are running in background mode. If you’ve got 100s of apps running in the background, it’s not just consuming the battery also it get effect on device slow with your real task whic is launch by you
4) Junk DATA
Depending on your useage temp data will be created in the device, always you neet to clear cookies, remove the unwanted apps, keep your files organize, restart the device to dlete & kill the some hidden running apps
4) Up to date with Software
Whether it’s your custom user interface or the main Android OS itself, both will want upgrading from time to time, whenever an update is available, and these are things to be treasured when they come. While the headline reasons to download and install the new package are often feature based, there’s always a raft of bug fixes and speed bumps that these treats float in on.
Hit the Menu key, then Settings and all the way to the bottom and the About Phone section where you’ll be able to check for updates. Most of the time though, you’ll probably see updates popping up in your notifications bar at the top of the screen rather than having to go and look for them manually.
5) Last but not least : Factory Reset
It’s a last desperate measure but worth a crack before you give in and buy a new phone. All this customization, web browsing and downloading and wiping of apps and documents can takes its toll just like it does on your PC. Wiping the phone and starting again might give your mobile just the breathing space it needs to get its act together. Head to the Privacy menu in Settings and don’t go touching the Factory Reset button just for a laugh. Do remember to back up properly first.