How to Boost Your Phone’s Performance in Android Oreo

android oreo tips - How to Boost Your Phone's Performance in Android Oreo

Android gets a bit faster with every new version, so if you’ve got a high-end handset that either shipped with Android Oreo preinstalled or received the Oreo update, you likely won’t have to do much to ensure a speedy, smooth experience. But not all phones running Oreo feature the latest and greatest specs, and even the ones that do get bogged down with data and resource-hogging apps over time.

Chances are, you’ll have to do a little spring cleaning on your phone at some point. But while you’re at it, you can also make your phone a little bit faster and last longer by tweaking a few settings. Here’s how to use those tweaks to get the best performance out of Android 8.0 Oreo.

Delete Unused Apps

This step is obvious, but that doesn’t mean it’s not critical. Resource-intensive apps that are constantly upgrading in the background and siphoning battery power can be devastating for your performance and longevity on a charge.

Despite Google’s best efforts to curb the worst offenders with behind-the-scenes improvements in Oreo like Background Execution Limits, often the best course of action is to simply delete or disable what you don’t need to begin with.

If you’re using a Google-built phone, you may not encounter much bloatware or pre-installed content on your phone that should be deleted. But phones from other manufacturers and carriers often ship with loads of extraneous apps that probably serve you little good. One of the first things you should do when booting a new phone for the first time is get rid of these unnecessary apps.


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