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How to improve your SMARTPHONE'S life. Prevent it from getting slow

Updated on December 29, 2014


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The first thing is that i am not an Android or an Iphone guy . I am neutral.

Now in this modern world we are dependent on our Mobile phones so called smartphones .These smartphones are working on operating system's like Android (cheap) , ios (costly) ,window's (no one cares) , these phones are similar to computers in every way . Some important parts of a Smartphones are given below-


2.R.a.m.(faster memory)

3.Boards(its the mother of all parts)

4.Graphic processors(for rendering)

5.and of course Camera (god know why , that duck face Selfie)

These smartphones are not so old , they started there journey almost in 2007 . As i told earlier there working is very much similar to computers , some of us reading this articles will be from 1990's age group (awesome age group) they KNOW THE PROBLEM WITH COMPUTERS , THAT THEY START GETTING SLOW WITH TIME . ( I AM WRITING THIS IN CAPITAL WORDS SO EVERY ONE CAN CONCENTRATE ON THIS IMPORTANT PART) THERE ARE MANY REASONS BEHIND THAT PERFORMANCE DROP BUT SOME MAIN REASONS ARE GIVEN BELLOWWW;

1.too much cache generation(more no. of apps , more cache generation)

2.IMPORTANT (thats why i am using underline ) In our computers you may have noticed a fan on the processor , if no check your pc now , if yes this is used to dissipates the heat or simply to cool off the processor while working . The processor gets hot while processing. fun fact you can boil water and cook e.g.g (sorry i am vegetarian ) on the processor while working on 100% load .

(AGAIN CAPITAL) THESE FANS ARE NOT USED IN PHONES BECAUSE THEY CAN DECREASE BATTERY LIFE AND ARE LARGE IN SIZE . So for cooling off the processor simple methods like air cooling through surface is used (NOT MUCH EFFECTIVE).

AS A RESULT DUE TO POOR COOLING THE PROCESSOR STARTS DETERIORATING PART BY PART . So what happen now ? NOw buddy your Processor have to take time to do processing , (then what) it means now your phone start getting slowwwwwwwwwww.

CAN WE DO SOMETHING TO PREVENT IT ............................. MAYBE YEAH





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      4 years ago

      Hey ... good 1 bro.


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