Whenever you buy a new phone, the sheer enjoyment we get from it overwhelms us. Maybe it’s because of our materialistic nature as humans, or maybe it’s because we wanted to upgrade on our old and outdated S6.
The case is the same with all smartphones, but none more so than Android devices. The beauty of Android smartphones is that we have total control over it, as opposed to Apple’s iPhones.
With time, even our Samsung smartphones will start to operate at a lower level than what it used to. It will start getting slow, apps will load much slower, and frequent lags might occur.
So because of that, what can you do so that your Samsung device operates perfectly? In this article, we are going to take a look at everything that you can do in order to keep your Samsung Smartphone running perfectly.
1. Keep the Software and Firmware Updated
The number one reason as to why your smartphone might not operate on peak level is because of bugs and such. One way to eliminate all bugs is to update your operating system. Through Samsung updates, your phone will have the best chance possible of fixing those bugs and maintain in its natural perfect operating condition.
According to various experts at samdb.org, you will also need to update the firmware, as it is an important part of the phone as well. Samsung firmware updates are different than software updates as the firmware is a type of software that is very important for your smartphone.
2. Uninstall Anything That You Don’t Need
Every smartphone has storage capacity and the case is same with Samsung devices. While most new Samsung smartphones are well equipped to store everything you throw at it, time does take a tool and you will need all the helping hand if you want your Samsung smartphone to operate perfectly. For this, we suggest you uninstall any applications that you don’t need anymore because it frees up storage and resources (RAM) needed to run running tasks. Also, you can manually disable apps from running in the background, which increases your phone’s battery life and overall lifespan. This takes us nicely to our next point, which is more important than you might think and that is…
3. Cut Back on Background Tasks
Just like on any type of smartphone, you can take necessary precautions and actions to make sure that the apps don’t impact your smartphone negatively. One thing that you can do to increase the performance levels of your smartphone is to cut back on background tasks. Background tasks are essentially installed apps on your phone that use Wi-Fi to send you push notifications such as your favorite email app, games, and various other apps. These apps run in the background of your phone and through time, they can take its toll on your smartphone. Make sure to take the necessary precautions of disabling any apps that you have minimal use in order to increase your smartphone’s performance.
4. Do Regular Resets
Another thing that you can take that greatly impacts the health of your phone, is to do regular factory resets. A factory reset essentially means a clean wipe of your phone. It will erase every app you have, every piece of information, every cookie, everything. This will give your phone a breath of fresh air because and it might even fix some glaring issues. Make sure to always back up your data before you do a reset so that you don’t lose your information, such as apps, phone numbers, notes, logs, etc.