Gaming Performance On Android
Android devices are great. They connect us with friends, let us surf the internet, and even help us find our destinations. Delays can be intolerable as we rely heavily on these devices and their rapid response to our demands. Unfortunately, tuning your Android device to improve performance is not always easy. Most tutorials start by rooting the device. Not only is this a time-consuming and frustrating process, but it also carries the risk of the device being permanently “walled”. However, you don’t need to root Android to optimize performance. Here are 10 ways to speed up your Android device without getting root privileges.
- 01. Disable and Sync Background Services
Services such as Facebook, WeatherBug, and Email constantly ping the server to see if there is any new information that the app can download to your device. While these features are useful, they can also significantly slow down your device by consuming valuable CPU cycles. Decide which services you want to continue running, go to Settings> Sync Accounts (may have Accounts on certain devices), remove the Background Data check form, and the rest Turns off or stops the service.
Updates the installed apps and updates the operating system and firmware as upgrades become available. The latest software not only speeds up your device, but also gives you access to the latest and greatest features and cutting-edge security options. On most devices, you can go to Settings> Device Information and click Software Update to check the status of your system and download related updates.
- Using Developer Options
Android provides developers with many options that aren’t available when the phone is first unboxed. To access these features, first go to Settings> Device Info and tap Build Number 7 times, or click Build Number until you find that the developer option is enabled. Press and hold to turn on the mobile phone developer options.
After enabling the developer options, go to Settings> Developer Options and deselect Window Animation Scale and Transition Animation Scale. This eliminates costly animations that are performed when switching screens, launching apps, and so on. For heavy users, the biggest benefits of this optimization are available, but for light users, there are some benefits as well.
- Defragmentation Storage
Defragmentation is a last resort for those who have many apps installed or have a lot of data stored on their device. Basically, you need to download an app that optimizes your device’s storage. In addition to memory optimization, some apps repair memory leaks caused by corrupted, corrupted, or poorly coded apps. Note that this option may not accelerate standard pre-installed device features (such as the Phone Launcher), but it works astoundingly to accelerate downloaded applications.
- Stopping background processes
There’s a lot lurking in the background of the Android operating system. These background processes are similar to apps, but run even when you’re not actively using them. Background processes include music, Google Voice, calendars, and more. The easiest way to identify and stop these background processes is to download the Advanced Task Killer app (also known as ATK). ATK gives you the option of not only shutting down a process, but also turning it off indefinitely, just by identifying the running process. This free app from RECHILD has been awarded 4.5 stars after nearly 500,000 reviews. That is, the closes the application, increases memory, ignores apps that cannot be closed, and adjusts phone functionality.
The difference after installing and configuring ATK, which takes only a minute or two, is dramatic.
- Sorting Widgets
Widgets differ from apps in that they can run in the background even when you’re not using them. It also differs from background processes in that it is not always running and can be toggled on and off. Basically, widgets use background services to update their data on a regular basis. This is great if you use the widget a lot. To keep the information up to date, but if you don’t use the widget often, your device may be unnecessarily blocked. Remove widgets you don’t use often, or if possible, disable Wi-Fi, network, Bluetooth, or GPS connections to offload your device.