Mobile phones need regular software maintenance to get it working at its 100% all the time. Also their storage space not different from a computer’s, the more files you store in it, the more effort it requires to index all of them and run the phone smoothly. The more files, the heavier your hard drive gets, the more weight your phone’s hardware will be bearing, the slower it will get.
One of the reasons why smartphone makers provide updates for their phone now and then is to ensure that their performance is optimized to the best that they could and fix bugs if there are any. Every release is expected to work best towards the phone’s performance boost, of course. Aside from that, these updates are meant to fix all other issues that users experience with the phone according to their feedback.
These issues are mostly about app performance, non-performance or crashing, and the phone’s speed. So, if ever your phone notifies you of firmware or system update, don’t miss out on that no matter how big of a size it is. In fact, the more significant the update, the better.
Clear cache data
Cache data can be considered as the remaining files from the previous browsing, they usually hide in the phone system and are undetectable. To get to these sneaky junk files, install a file cleaning app. The most common are clean master and doctor cleaner for Android and IOS respectively. Files and folders which are no longer in use and have been that way for a period already.
Avoid using animated wallpapers
Animated wallpapers look attractive, but they also eat up a lot of Rams. The Same principle applies to animated wallpapers as with the applications because they usually take as much RAM as an actual application. If you want your phone to operate at maximum speed, ensure that you avoid these live wallpapers. Also, note that ravishing wallpapers eat up battery power. You are advised to opt for the less bright colors.
Delete unnecessary applications
Delete unnecessary apps like bloat wares. These are the Pre-installed apps that manufacturers put their phones to achieve the actual features that they want to emphasize on the phone. Some of these bloat wares are useful but most often than not they’re useless. A good sum of them can be removed from your phone to free up valuable space for other speed maximizing activities.