You feel some too slowing down with long-term use your Xiaomi smartphone? If so, we have several solutions for its optimization.
These are the reasons for slowing down your Xiaomi smartphone
Your device is usually smooth and fast out of the box. However, over time it tends to slow down and lose fluidity. This can be due to various reasons, starting from storage space, by updating whether malicious software. Today we will show you a few tricks to prevent or delay this slowdown, especially in the case of cheaper devices.
However, technology is advancing at a dizzying pace, and Xiaomi is no exception. The new devices improve the features of their predecessors with an interval of only a few months. As devices improve, so do operating systems, such as Android or a graphic add-on from the manufacturer, such as MIUI. And each update includes new features for users.
One of the limits is hardware limitations. Quantity memory RAM is a key factor to the smoothness of a Xiaomi smartphone, and a new update on a device with less RAM (for example, 2 GB RAM) will significantly slow down its operation. This happens mainly because the device needs more resources to run smoothly compared to the previous version before the update.
However, apart from the physical quantity memory RAM we can also consider background activities. These consume a large amount of available RAM. It is therefore advisable to close applications that we are not using to maximize the free amount of RAM with fewer open applications.
The third factor responsible for slowing down your smartphone is internal storage. The amount of storage can also be important, because if it is full, it takes time to manage the space itself, which slows down the operation of the device.
How to fix it?
- As the first and easiest option, you can use freeing the internal storage. If you delete unnecessary applications as well as other content or move your older photos to an external drive, you will help your device and its smooth operation.
- It may seem a bit counterintuitive, but especially for cheaper devices, avoid the latest updates. Especially large and significant updates, such as the Android 13 operating system. They can slow down older devices or contain a bug that has not yet been fixed. One option is to wait and install such an update together with a possible repair package later.
- We also recommend closing background applications that you are not currently using. It may come as a matter of course, but many users forget about it. As we already mentioned, these applications consume a lot of RAM memory, which is the key to the fast operation of your smartphone.
- If you have already tried all these options, but they did not help, there is one more solution. And that's restoring the factory settings from the manufacturer. This step will erase all the data on the device, so we recommend you back it up. However, it restores your smartphone to the state it was in when you bought it. All of the above recommended procedures should help you with the speed of applications and the overall performance of your device.
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