Chopping smartphone is a problem that probably all of us who have ever owned a smartphone know. Here are some effective tips you can try to have a smoother experience using your device. Note, however, that these are more tips for lay users.
1) Restart the smartphone
One of the first things that strikes almost every user is restarting your smartphone. Right now restart your device can help especially in terms of deleting background processes. From this point of view, it is more efficient to "Switch off / On" the device via the corresponding menu in the menu for "Shutdown" or "Restart." You can find this menu by holding down the power button. Learn more about the benefits of this option you will find in the following article.
However, if your smartphone does not respond at all and you cannot access the corresponding menu, press and hold the power button. turn on the device. After about 30 seconds, your screen will turn off completely, and the device will restart successfully if you continue to hold it. On some models, this feature may also be hidden under the volume down button.
2) Install software updates
Some software problems can also be caused by a "bug" or an incorrectly optimized operating system or graphics superstructure. In that case, you can proceed really easily. Just go to your smartphone settings and select the option for there check for updates. The latest software should guarantee proper optimization, so you should definitely not postpone updates until later.
If you can't access the settings because you can't control the touch of your screen, don't forget that Android smartphones use USB accessories (keyboard, mouse) to control the system itself without a functional touch screen.
Sometimes, however, just updating the system can make some functional things go wrong. Therefore, it is a good idea to first find responses to the new update on the Internet, or to see a list of all the changes that the update will make.
3) Check free storage
Another important element to ensure the smoothness of your equipment is storage. Just a low value of available storage can slow down as well as "freeze" your smartphone. It is thus necessary to go to the settings, check the value of the internal memory, or free up part of the storage.
Some built-in applications from manufacturers are also available for this purpose. You have the job of deleting temporary files or cleaning your device, which can help.
4) Close the application in the background
Mobile applications, especially those running in the background, and in large quantities, can also cause problems with the flow of your equipment. First and foremost, make sure your apps are updated to the latest version available. You can then view the application rights, run them in the background, launch them automatically in your smartphone's settings, or force an application to stop.
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