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Enemy Apps for your Android Smartphone. Tips to speed up your device

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Removing these apps may speed up your device and have a safe and great lag-free experience.

We have been using an Android Smartphones for many years and have tried almost every suggestion on the web to speed it up and enhance the Android experience. Since we have tried almost every  apps that has millions of downloads on the Google Play Store, and have spent a lot hours experimenting with them, we can recommend the following with great confidence.

Avoid to install apps that has the one or more of the following terms in its description:

  • RAM/ Memory Optimization
  • Memory booster
  • Battery Optimization
  • RAM Killer
  • Speed up
  • Battery Saver
  • CPU cooler
  • Task Manager/ Task Killer
  • Tune up
  • Any combination of the above

There are many great articles on the web that advise against the use of any such apps and we have first hand experience supporting that argument. Our smartphone became “significantly” faster and stopped freezing, lagging, etc once we uninstalled all such apps.

Here are some tips to speed up your device and have a safe and great lag-free Android experience:

  1. Do NOT install battery savers and memory boosters.
  2. Turn OFF all automatic updates, including OTA software, Google Play Store App, etc. You can update manually.
  3. Keep unknown sources OFF.
  4. Avoid real time antivirus apps. They are unnecessary and can often be the cause of device freezes and lags.
  5. On Android M onwards, you have control on your apps. Disable any app that need not start at boot and prevent running in the background. You can also disable internet access to apps if there is no reason why it should. Configure the permissions for the app individually, during installation itself.
  6. Home screen widgets to a minimum.
  7. Keep background refresh of apps and widgets for the longest duration.
  8. Uninstall apps that you don’t use.
  9. On rooted devices, you have even greater control over app behavior.

Hope this helps.

Have a great Android experience.

Source: quora

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