It’s very easy to reduce lagging the Android Smartphone. Kindly check out the complete guide here.
Smartphones are becoming a part of our daily life, and needless to say that none of us wants to be slow in any aspect. And the same applies to the Android Smartphones too.
Yes, the Android phones lag sometimes and there is not comparable slowness observed in high-end phones, but it is a major problem in low end or even in some phones with quite good configurations. Lagging of your device refers to its slowness, more specifically the time is taken by your device to act in accordance with the commands given.
There could be some things that may be accountable to the lagging of an Android device.
What makes your Android Device Lag?
When we refer to lagging in any phone, we usually guess its occurrence by device’s slowness; this is justified to a certain extent. As you might already be knowing that Android is a Linux based OS.
There is a concept of middle man in Android or specifically Linux that makes the device lag. So, what is this so called “Middle Man” now?
Consider you are writing assignment, first you take rough notes of it and further copies to another notebook, and in case you notice something is missing, you need to review all the rough notes again, and thus you need to have both the copies present.
This is exactly what middle man is. In Linux, no processes are executed directly. Instead, there are two copies of everything and everything has to be transferred in the main system after verification. This was the main feature that made Linux secure. However, when the same thing is used in Android, it made it to lag.
There are some other reasons for lagging of Android devices such as low RAM, Low internal space, poor chipset configuration, low clock configuration of Processor, etc.
Most of these are based on the hard configuration of your device and thus cannot be consolidated quickly. However, there are methods to overcome some of these problems too, which are described in later part.
Ways of Reducing Lagging in Android Phones
The best way of reducing lagging is to optimize your device to use minimum resources, which is RAM, internal space, processor core and so on. This is quite an easy task to do, just avoid using memory hogging apps and games. The main advantage of this way is that it won’t require rooting your device.
Another way is using an application called ‘Seeder.’ In Android, every time a process is opened it draws random data from an entropy pool which is pre-determined. This data pool dries up after a limited sharing of the resource.
When again an operation needs data pool it has to rebuild itself, which usually takes time thus making your device lag between the startup of the applications. Whoa! This was a bit techie, but you now know what exactly happens.
Seeder just alters the data pool to a clone created by it which never dries up and thus your device never lags. The only requirement of this app is a rooted phone, so do root your phone before attempting it.
There are lots more of things that you can do like removing all unwanted bloatware and system apps which are of no use. Rooting Android device is a must if you wish to use these methods.
There are a variety of other applications that automatically removes all of the caches of the system; one such app is Clean Master. There is also an option of auto kill, which automatically kills all unwanted process, thus making free RAM available.
Doing some simple tweaks can reduce the lagging issue in your low-end to high-end Android Devices.
I hope that you enjoyed this guide and now you are able to reduce lagging in your Android smartphone.