How to make Android faster

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How to make Ur Android faster?

Did U Experience Ur Android Draining & Performing Slow? Do u know How to Get rid of this Problem?
Try Out this Simple Steps to get Rid of this Problem.
It’s frustrating to drop several hundred dollars on a high-end smartphone only to find that the smooth and speedy performance you expected remains elusive. Mid-rangers and the budget end of the market are even more prone to stuttering and lag. There are various ways to speed up that Android performance, and a few things you can do to make it feel faster.

FOLLOW THIS STEPS 


  • Clean Up Your Home Screen
  • Remove Antivirus Software
  • Stop Apps Auto-Syncing
  • Reboot Regularly
  • Try a Different ROM
  • Uninstall and disable unused apps
  • Turn off or reduce animations
  • Clear cached app data
  • Make sure you’re up to date


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Follow this Simple Steps 

1)Clean Up Your Home Screen:

If you set a  live wallpaper in ur android phone then consider replacing it immideatly  with a good static wallpaper. You should also clean away any unused icons and limit your widgets to the essentials. The less cluttered your home screen is, the better in terms of performance of ur Android Phone.

2)Remove AntiVirus Software:

Try to remove Ur Antivirus Software because of  it's unnecessary, and it slows down your phone. As long as you only install apps from official sources like the Play Store or the Amazon Appstore, then you're extremely unlikely to encounter malware.

3) Stop Auto-Syncing:

Social, news, weather, and many other classes of app are set to auto-sync with a remote server. By default, they go online as often as every 15 minutes. Get too many of these apps installed and your phone will soon be creaking under their weight.

4)Re-Boot Your Phone Twice in a Day

Last up, rebooting your phone helps to keep it running smoothly.

5) Try Up Different ROM: 

A custom ROM contains a complete build of the Android operating system, and it replaces all the software that came pre-installed on your phone. ROMs may have a different look or extra features, or they may be optimized for performance.
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Installing a custom ROM is a good idea if the stock software on your phone isn't great. Many manufacturers pack their devices with extra apps and features that makes them bloated, buggy, and slow. Replacing it with a bloat-free ROM like CyanogenMod can give you an instant speed boost.
Flash a Custom Kernel The kernel manages every interaction between your phone's software and hardware. There are many good reasons to use custom kernel, and the ability to speed up your phone is among the best. Custom kernels enable you to tweak how the hardware functions. You can change how quickly the processor ramps up to top speed, or how busy it needs to be before it activates extra cores.


Some even offer per-app settings so you can have the device running on maximum power when playing a particular game and dropping back to normal as soon as you exit it. Many custom kernels also allow you to overclock the CPU and make it run faster. However, this is a contentious topic, and many believe that any perceived benefits are purely placebo.fghh

6)uninstall and disable unused Apps:

You don’t want to allow apps that you never use to take up space on your device and potentially eat into system resources. Go to Settings > Apps and swipe over to the All tab. Take a good long look down the list and identify the apps you don’t want or need. If you’re in doubt about what any of them do then it’s time to hit Google and check.
Tap on any app you don’t want and then choose Uninstall or, if the option is not there to uninstall, tap Disable. Disabled apps will be listed in a new tab, so you can always enable them again in future if you change your mind.
You should also take a look in Settings > Apps at the Running tab. Some apps want to be running all the time and they can seriously impact on performance. Think carefully about whether you need what’s listed there.




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