How to Speed Up a slow Android Smartphone

You used to love your Android handset, but now that it has slowed down considerably, the bloom is off the rose. When you hit the home button or launch a new app, it takes what seems like an eternity to switch to the new task or back to the desktop. Maybe your Android phone has become so slow that letters appear a second or two after you type them. Fortunately, you can rekindle the romance and speed up your Android phone in under 5 minutes if you use these simple tips. Talk about a quickie!
Android phone Speed up 5 useful Tips


To delete any app you've downloaded, you can head into the device settings to find the App "manager." The people who made your phone might have buried it inside another section (hello there, Samsung!) but poke around or ask somebody and you'll find it.
Force Stop or Uninstall unnecessary apps
Once open, pick the tab that says "DOWNLOADED" and scroll through the list. When you find an app that needs to go away, tap the list entry to open the application's info screen. At the top you'll see a button to Uninstall it. Tap. Boom. Bam. Goodbye unwanted application.


This is also an easy fix. To delete the pictures you no longer need, simply open the gallery app and choose the ones that need to go, and delete them. The same goes for videos. And doing it this way, through the gallery, means you have to see each picture or video before you delete them to be sure you really want to delete them.
Fix Android Gallery
Open the storage page in the settings and move down the list until you see an entry for "Misc." Tap it, and you'll see a list of miscellaneous files that applications have created on your device storage. If you see something you knowyou no longer need, you can delete it here. If you don't know what a file is for, don't delete it.


Open the settings on your Android, and go into the device storage page. Scroll down the list until you see the Cached data entry, and tap on it. You'll see a pop-up telling you that you're able to clear out all cached data. Say yes with no fear — there's nothing here that an app needs, and anything important will be re-cached the next time you open the app.
Clean your Cached data


Pop the SD card back into the computer and open the backup folder. Go through and delete anything you know you no longer need, but be sure you don't need it first. I have three DVD images for Red Hat on the SD card in my Note 3. Those don't need to be on my phone, so I wouldn't copy them back over to the freshly-formatted card. Err on the side of caution here, and if you don't know what a file or folder is, copy it back over. Once you have everything you want and need copied back to the SD card, place it back in the phone and power it back on.
Look at your SD Card and Fix it
Once everything is up and running again, go into the app drawer and say "Dammit, Jerry, what happened to my apps!?" Some of your apps were partially installed to the SD card in a secure image when they were installed. Find those apps in Google Play and reinstall them to fix it.


Finally if you can't success to speed up your android smartphone then You'll find a way to reset your phone in the device settings. Look for words like backup and restore or privacy to find the exact entry. Once you find it, tap away and wave goodbye to all those Knights of Pen and Paper levels.
Fix Slow Android By Factory Reset
When things boot back up into Android, you'll be nice and fast again, which is good because you'll be spending plenty of time swiping and tapping to set everything back up.

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