• Monday, March 21, 2016

    How to manage storage space and applications on Android

    How to manage storage space and applications on Android
    How to manage storage space and applications on Android

    Mobile, memory is one of the key points of the daily use of experience. When you download an application or other content on Android, this inevitably takes up space on your Android. For some devices, the management of the memory space is a hassle. So, we thought that an article about "how to better manage memory and applications with Android" could have any interest!

    Whatever the device is the system and OS occupies a lots of storage space

    Whatever the mobile or tablet, no matter the name or the version of your operating system, the interface, which sets up the device on Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Symbian OS or another, has necessarily need to allocate a memory space to be functional. Without it, you can forget the idea of ​​a mobile.

    Whether a mobile Asus, Huawei, HTC, LG, Samsung, Sony, ZTE, or others, you should assume that it will always be the memory space occupied by the version of Android. Take the example of a user who wants to buy the latest Galaxy S6 with 32 GB of memory, it will have about 25 GB of free space. Why? For the Android operating system and all additions manufacturer occupy memory space.

    For comparison, here is the amount of memory available for each:

    •     on an Android smartphone with 16 GB, I would have access to 7 12GB
    •     on an Android smartphone with 32 GB, I would have access to 22-27 GB
    •     on an Android smartphone with 64 GB, I would have access to 59 GB 54
    •     on an Android smartphone with 128 GB, I would have access to 123 GB

    Note: "access" tells you about the available storage space depending on the amount of onboard memory. Once again, the situation can change from one manufacturer to another, and be more or less important.

    In itself, checking the remaining memory space on your smartphone or tablet is not a complicated task. To do this, you must open the Android Settings and go to the "Storage" section. This will tell you the amount of memory that is used by the data for this or that and that, in each section.

    How to manage memory and its applications on Android

    To get to the heart of the matter, all this happens in the "Apps" section of Android settings. To get there, you need to open the drawer of the notification bar (with two fingers on Android 5.0+) completely down. Then you must then drag to the subsection "Device" and enter the "Applications". Once you are there, it is sufficient to simply swipe the right until you reach "All Applications".

    In this part, you'll be able to do several things like uninstall, cache and delete one or more data applications. On some mobile devices, and some older versions of Android, users can even use the micro-SD card will move / install the heaviest applications.

    In "All Applications", we advise you to be vigilant and be careful not to clean a game backing up your local party exists only in your Android! Restarting the game, this may be disappointed that your evolution it has simply been brainwashed.

    On the page of an application, you will find.

    • Uninstall: who is none other than the option to permanently remove an installed application.
    • Clear Data: eradicates all the data related to your login. If we do that on an application such as Facebook or WhatsApp, it will be necessary to fill in new login credentials when launching the app. On a game, it will erase the backup locally, but not online. Finally, if there is one.
    • Clear Cache: deletes the data stored in virtual memory (like the layout, text, photos, videos, music and other things). The empty occasionally relieves your Android and especially to refresh the application if it becomes slow.
    • Move to SD card: this possibility is restricted to a certain range of smartphones and Android tablets only. However, this option has been disappearing since the arrival of Lollipop, but most brands still offer the option in their officially interface.

    By emptying the cache, you can also unlock an application that no longer works, as the Google Play Store after a failed update, especially. Beyond that, I hope this article has helped you!

    Now you know uninstall, cache and delete data from your applications as large. If you have problems, do not forget that the comments (below) are available.

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