Performance issues are often the result of wear and tear in mobile devices. Symptoms usually instigate in the later months or years of constant use. Among the common indications of a degraded smartphone performance would include sluggishness or constant lags, random freezes, crashes, and boot loops, to name some. A device also slows down when
running very slow
The Samsung Galaxy A3, while an entry-level device, comes with really impressive specs and based on the reviews by users, it’s a phone that does what it offers. But despite all that, there are times when smartphones run slow depending on the amount of data you store in its memory as well as the number
It’s typical for mobile devices to slow down in time with regular usage. But it’s a bit bizarre for new ones to perform the same at an early stage especially those tagged among the high-tiered smartphones to-date. Nonetheless, it can happen and has already occurred to a lot of powered smartphones including Samsung’s Galaxy line-ups.
Performance issues in mobile devices may occur earlier or later depending on the way they’re used. For example, a device is more likely to show symptoms of performance degradation with extensive heavy usage. This is when a device begins to slow down. Aside from heavy usage, there are other factors like faulty updates, software bugs
Sluggishness or slow performance in smartphones is among common indicators of wear-and-tear. But there are also some brand new phones that are already experiencing the same symptoms even at an early stage. This is possible due to many different factors particularly with the software. Among the common triggers are bad updates, errant apps, invalid settings,
A device can become sluggish after implementing a new system update especially when apps go rogue after updating, critical data are corrupted, or when the memory gets full. These problems have no definite solutions unless the underlying cause is predetermined. Tackled in this post is a relevant issue on the HTC U12/U12 Plus following the
We already published a few troubleshooting guides for the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus (#Samsung #GalaxyS6EdgePlus) that won’t turn on but this time, I will address an issue with the unit that won’t turn off. Basically, this problem is the same as the system crash, which renders the phone unresponsive for several minutes or until