11 tricks to make your An­droid run faster (I)

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It’s frus­trat­ing to drop sev­eral hun­dred dol­lars on a high-end smart­phone only to find that the smooth and speedy per­for­mance you ex­pected re­mains elu­sive. Mid-rangers and the bud­get end of the mar­ket are even more prone to stut­ter­ing and lag. There are var­i­ous ways to speed up that An­droid per­for­mance, and a few things you can do to make it feel faster.

Make sure you’re up to date

The latest soft­ware will of­ten con­tain bug fixes and gen­eral im­prove­ments and it can help your An­droid de­vice to run bet­ter. Soft­ware up­dates tend to come OTA (Over The Air) and you should be au­to­mat­i­cally prompted to in­stall them, but it doesn’t hurt to check. Go to Set­tings >About de­vice > Soft­ware up­date and check for up­dates.

The same logic ap­plies to apps, so fire up the Play Store, open the menu at the top left and tap My apps and make sure all of the apps you use are up to date.

Culled from : http:// www.an­droidau­thor­ity. com/11-tricks­make-an­droid-run­faster-414542/ Aleke Uche The screen­ing should be done with­out sen­ti­ments such as trib­al­ism. The Se­nate should fol­low the rule, not look­ing the nom­i­nee on the face or by con­sid­er­ing the pre- and the post-elec­tion help or sup­port they ren­dered to them. The coun­try will in no dis­tant time be­gin to see con­crete de­vel­op­ment and most im­por­tantly, the is­sue of ter­ror­ism will be­come history since “united we stand and di­vided we fall”. Ahmed Abubakar It should be free and fair screen­ing. This is not the time for sen­ti­ments and trib­al­ism. Let’s have Nige­ria in our minds to move it for­ward. They should think of what they should do for the coun­try not what the coun­try will do for them.. God bless Nige­ria. Jamilu Ma­gaji The on­go­ing min­is­te­rial screen­ing has so far been spec­tac­u­lar and trans­par­ent. The mem­bers of the Na­tional Assem­bly (Se­nate) should know that they are rep­re­sent­ing and pro­mot­ing the in­ter­est of their re­spec­tive con­stituents which con­sti­tute our coun­try, Nige­ria. They should con­tinue in that di­rec­tion for the re­main­ing nom­i­nees Suleiman G. Mousah The Se­nate should al­ways put na­tional in­ter­est first in any ex­er­cise. Any nom­i­nee with bad record should just be screened out. The Se­nate show true pa­tri­o­tism and let not any cor­rupt or in­com­pe­tent per­son board the train of Mr Pres­i­dent.

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