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How to Fix Common Android Problems

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Just face it, our phones are not built perfectly. It can be super slow, suffer from poor battery life and have some trouble powering on.?But worry no more. Here are some tips on how to quickly fix some of the most common Android problems.

BATTERY?
Many users experience battery problems with their devices. One of the easiest ways to prolong your handset’s battery life is by changing your location and brightness settings.
Go to the settings menu and click on Location, then activate battery saving mode.
Instead of using auto-brightness, turn down your screen below halfway, or to a certain level that is acceptable to your eyes.

SLOW OR FROZEN INTERFACE
Handsets normally slows down when their internal storage begins to fill up. Try uninstalling unused apps and deleting multimedia files, or rather move them to a MicroSD card.
Also, you should close opened applications you’re not using, don’t use a live wallpaper if it is not needed and delete app cache often.
App’s cached data can be removed by going to Settings. Select Apps and pick a certain application, then choose Clear Cache.
You can download Clean Master and App Cache Cleaner for free in Google Play Store. These applications can help you by clearing cache automatically.

STALLED TEXT MESSAGES
Make sure that you are connected to the internet, either to a cellular or WiFi. Select the unsent message and click the “resend” button.
If the problem persists, try rebooting your device or install a messaging app.

SYNCING ERROR
There are numerous ways to fix this problem. First, make sure you have ?access to the internet. Also, ensure that the service you are trying to sync with is not down. Check if your password is correct and try syncing again.

APP CRASH
Apps can crash for many reasons. You can somehow avoid this by installing the available updates for your device. You can also swipe away the app? in the multitask menu to force close it, then try to reopen it again.

UNRESPONSIVE SCREEN

You may want to smash your device with a sledge hammer or shoot it with a double barrelled shotgun (if you have one) when it begins to malfunction, but there is no need for bloodshed. Most of the time, you can solve these problems just by restarting the device. Turn off your handset by pressing the power button, then wait for a couple of minutes before turning it back on.

 

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