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In the years 2007 and 2008 when Google and Andy Rubin with their team of researchers and engineers were busy giving life to an idea in the form of an Android phone, little did they know what a digital revolution would bring. “Sooner” was the first sight of how an Android phone would be and was built in conjunction with HTC in 2006 and in the year 2007 T-Mobile collaborated with them as a test partner.
It’s been a little over a decade and man is juggling several Android phones at a time, and the experience is benefited. Android phones have influenced the way people behave and think. What can be more overwhelming?
As we all know, there is a downside to everything. Android phones are also not deprived of this. Let’s see what are the common problems faced by users of Android phones and how they can be resolved.
Weak battery is always an annoying problem with Android smartphones. Charging it several times a day is not fair on the part of an avid telephone user as it takes a lot of time to be recharged up to 100%. To extend the battery life of your phone, clear all applications in the background, turn off your mobile or Wi-Fi data when not in use, reduce brightness to a comfort level, and turn on battery saving mode. These little hacks can save a lot of battery life for emergencies and other problems.
It is an undeniable fact that users are missing here. The slow phone is a reflection of our smartphone habits. The reasons for this are too many applications for much smaller internal storage, lots of photos and videos, the existence of application caching, and application and application data that runs continuously in the background. Just as a person can walk or run faster with a less stuffy stomach than with a full one, a smartphone will also work faster when it’s free of heavy files, apps, and junk. Delete unused applications or try to use their lighter versions. Application caching is the main reason that your phone drops considerably. Go to Settings> Applications> Clear the cache. Learn more about clearing the application cache and deleting application data on Android for a faster phone.
Losing Wi-Fi connectivity
The Android Wi-Fi suspension policy turns off Wi-Fi connectivity while the phone goes into idle or suspended mode. This is not a very bad problem as it saves battery power and data consumption, but for people who need updates and notifications in a timely manner, it can fix the problem with ease. Go to advanced Wi-Fi settings and select “Never” to “Keep Wi-Fi enabled while sleeping.
Less internal storage
The contents of the gallery of our phone far exceed the limitation of the internal memory. You do not need to be sad about deleting old media content from your phone. Just save them to servers in the cloud, like Dropbox, Google Photos, and Google Drive, before you delete everything. This will help you empty the space for new files and also the safe storage of old ones.
Some of your applications may suddenly stop working. This is due to an overload of corrupted data from the cache or application. Delete the cache in the method discussed above to have easy operational applications. If deleting the application cache does not resolve the issue, back up application-related content and delete application data and restart the phone. Download and install the app again on Google Play.
Some Android phones get warmed up due to manufacturing defects or others, or perhaps because of the presence of heavy applications such as game applications and Facebook. Try not to use the phone while it is under load and avoid heavy apps or use lighter versions. Take time when it gets too hot.
AutoCorrect feature intervention
Does your Android interfere with suggestions for automatic correct keywords as you type a message? If you find this annoying, turn it off in Settings> Language & input> Android keyboard> Auto fix and tap “Disable”.
These common problems of Android may interfere in the form of a continuous mobile regime. Solve them by following the steps above and you will be a happy Android user.