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Neccesary Solutions to Solve Screen Freeze Problems

Neccesary Solutions to Solve Screen Freeze Problems - Mobile Solution - Most of the mobile phone users install all sorts of apps in their phone
  • Reduce the Number of Concurrent Apps to Stop Phone Hang

Each mobile phone has a limited amount of resources like memory (RAM) and processing power. If you overburden the phone beyond the capacity of these resources, the phone may hang. So, you should try and minimize the number of concurrently running apps. There are a number of apps that run in the background. You can free the clogged memory by stopping the apps that you don’t need at present.

To see the list of currently running apps, go to Settings > Apps > Running App.

  • Keep All the Apps Updated

Keep visiting the app stores like Google Play (if you have Android phone) and iTunes App Store (if you’ve an iPhone). Mobile app developers keep on improving performance of their apps. Therefore it is highly recommended that you regularly update all the apps as and when a better version is available. Latest versions of apps may be designed to use lesser memory and CPU power.

  • Shut Down Your Mobile Phone

Shutting down your phone every once in a while is a good idea because it will completely refresh the memory of phone. When you will restart your phone, its memory will be free of all the unnecessary pieces of data that were lingering on and occupying the memory space.

  • Switch off and Remove Battery

This tip may not have any big effect at all in most cases. But it is also a good idea to remove battery and SIM card after every few months. Removing battery and SIM will clean the dust from the electric touch points.

 

  • Install Apps in External Memory (SD Card)
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Most of the mobile phone users install all sorts of apps in their phones. When installing the apps, they don’t pay much attention to where the app is going to be installed and what impact it can have on the performance of the phone. In most cases, by default, the apps get installed in the internal memory of the phone. This leaves lesser space for the running the apps and that in turn causes clogged memory. If your phone hangs, it is advisable to install apps in the external memory (i.e. SD Card) of the phone. Usually the external memory is larger than the internal memory. And external memory can also be easily expanded if required (instead of 2 GB card, just insert an 8 GB card!). Therefore, in external memory more apps can be easily installed without clogging the internal memory of the phone. This will save your phone from hanging.

For this you can set the default write disk. Go to Settings > Storage > Default write disk > Select SD Card. Please note that this setting is available in slightly different location in different mobile handsets. So, you may have to do a bit of look around.

  • Move Installed Apps from Internal to External Memory

You can always move the already installed apps from internal to external memory. As explained above, this will give more internal memory space for the smooth running of the apps. As a result your phone will not hang.

Setting for moving installed apps is usually available under Settings > Apps.

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