How to speed up Android

Lag makes all frustrated. Lag is mainly caused because of low resources. Here’s how to speed up Android.

Poor performance, or lag, is generally caused by low resources, like low RAM, or not enough CPU horsepower. There are many ways to speed up your Android device. Here are some of them.

1. See what’s running. In most cases, sudden drops in performance are caused by apps that activated, or are running in the background. However, newer versions of Android regulate this automatically. If you happen to have an older Android device, go to Settings, then apps, and scroll through the tabs and find the running apps. Tap on the app and “kill it”. It’s worth mentioning that some apps will restart immediately, and killing some apps could result in system insatiability or some features not working (alarms, messages…)

2. Uninstall unnecessary apps. This may not give you a massive boost, but it will help your Android device boot just a little bit faster. It also frees up some room in your memory.

3. Disable live wallpapers. Although they look cool, they use resources and drain battery. So you might want to disable them.

4. Use phone boosters. We have discussed already, are phone booster worth it. In general, they are. You might wanna try Clean Master, although there is no guaranty it will help. In some cases, it could do the opposite.

How to speed up Android – take it to the extreme.

5. Mods. If you have a rooted Android device, you can install mods that, in theory at least, could boost the performance of your Android device. But bear in mind that some moods can do the opposite, make you Android device even slower than in it actually is.

6. Overclocking. This is an extreme measure, and is it not really recommended. But, should you overclock your Android device? Well, you can read about it here.