Speed Up Android Device Without Installing Any Software. You can speed up literally a lot. Your Android device by using these simple settings which are in the developer options.
1: So first of all you guys go to your device settings and find out the developer options.
These are the settings where you will find the windows animations scale, the transition animation scale, and the animator duration scale. And these are basically these feed off your device animation and the way your device moves when you change it from screen to screen.
By default it will be 1x in every Android device. You can definitely tweak it up if you open up in the window animation scale and see if you change to 5 x which is slower and footprint again you can see the speed how slow it is. If you cancel it again if you open it up again you can see how slow that is. So if you turn it off, you can see how snappy that is. It’s very fast. The second one is transition animation scale. Now by default again it’s 1x if you turn off, you can see how fast that animation is. Similarly if you turn off animator duration scale, you can see how snappy that is.
So it might look a bit ugly but it’ll be very fast now because this animation so you can see it’s too snappy. There’s no animation in between switching apps but you can see more animation at all. Everything’s switching without animation which means you’re not wasting that. Zero point zero five seconds which is split between apps.
2: Now the second thing we should be doing to speed up Android device. This time I will show you how to stop any app which runs on background. You didn’t know what happened when you exist an app usually you do not have exit button. We basically hit the home. But no we had data to exit an app and all it takes is an app. It’s still running in the background. It’s still running in the background. Similarly games apps and everything. Once existed, it’s still running in the background would have to enter the the app road and then you have to scroll it to remove it. But if you hit on it do not keep activities what it basically happens it is absolutely not run in the background which can be good apps which will run into it on things like Facebook, WhatsApp.
They will also close. They will not notify you. So yeah if you losing games and you know the absolute you open logging plan then you quit. This is very useful but for using bad apps like Facebook, WhatsApp. I don’t recommend using this second one it’s very useful is limited on process. Now what this basically means that limit the number of apps on the number of programs running the baton especially as you have already mentioned. Android is on multitasking operating system which makes life very easy. You can switch between apps you can have one app running you can switch to another app.
This has been there since starting on the basis of Android switching between apps and multitasking not by default in any android device you can run an unlimited number of apps in the background unless your phone crashes and unless your RAM is full you can an unlimited number of apps in the background you should have people have smaller devices or people who are low on RAM memory they face this problem one if you’re running say four to five apps like Chrome or Whatsapp, Facebook and multiple apps and about on your phone will crash unless you close the manually and that can and that is up being because you cannot close the absolute not know which apps might crash.
So this is very useful. You can limit the number of apps running in the balance. Now see the below pictures how to limit or turn off your phone’s background app.
I hope this is helpful for you to increase speed of your android device.