Owners of Xiaomi, Redmi or POCO smartphones certainly have a lot of experience with the MIUI superstructure. Although this MIUI has a large number of useful functions, this superstructure is one of the worst optimized ones.
Problems with jams or slow running of the system are most noticeable on lower and middle class smartphones. While developers are actively working to improve system stability, in this article we'll show you a few tips that can enhance your experience.
Automatic cache cleaning
The first tip you should definitely try if you encounter jams in the MIUI environment is to set up automatic cache cleaning. Thanks to this setting, you can adjust the interval of automatic cache cleaning according to your needs, which can to some extent affect the smooth running of your smartphone.
To access this setting, open the Settings app, then click Battery and Power, click the gear in the upper right corner, and finally set the cache clear interval to your preferred time (10 or 30 minutes is recommended).
Applications at startup
The second tip will concern automatically launch applications when you turn on your smartphone. If your smartphone cuts right after it is turned on fresh, the problem may be in the number of automatically launching applications.
To customize the automatic launch of applications, go to the Settings application, then select the permissions, then automatic launch and here you can select the applications that will start automatically when you turn on your smartphone. For the greatest possible fluency, we recommend that you choose only the most necessary ones.
Which processes put the most strain on the battery?
A report with the applications / processes that put the most strain on the battery can also be a useful aid in extending battery life. In this report you can find the most demanding processes and applications and then limit their use.
If you want to get to this information, first go back to the Settings application, then click on the Battery and Performance box, then select Battery Usage Statistics and you will appear in this menu. Here you can look at power consumption graphs and also find out which applications / processes use the most battery power.
Also, don't forget to turn off your smartphone from time to time for a few minutes and then turn it on. This process is very helpful in removing large jams. Please note that you should not manually turn off and on with a restart.
We believe that the above-mentioned tips have helped you at least a little to run smoother and better endurance of your smartphone. For other interesting things not only from the world of smartphones, regularly follow our website, join our group on Facebook and subscribe to articles directly to your inbox.