As life is fast moving you also want your smartphone to work faster so that you work smooth with it without any hassle or worry. Also if you love slots and want to play with speed you need to make your phone work more efficiently. As Samsung Galaxy mobile series of smartphones are one of the fast mobile but with time and over use many a times the best of devices also slow down in performance. If you own this smartphone or wish to have one instead of Samsung Galaxy S22 ultra or the latest models which will also be quite good in performance. Here are few things you can do to get your Samsung Galaxy series going fast all the time to enjoy slots and spin the reels faster.
1. Use Optimization Check
Give your device a quick boost by running a quick optimization check. This feature is designed to identify apps that use excessive battery power, clear away redundant items from your device’s memory, delete unnecessary files and close apps that are running in the background. You can run a one-off cycle manually or set your device to automatically optimise once a day.
To perform it manually
- To optimise your device manually go to “Settings”, then tap “Device Care”.
- Wait for a moment while Device care runs a diagnosis on your device. Your device will be given a score out of 100. The higher the score, the better optimised your device is.
- Tap “Optimise now.”
Your device will now complete an optimisation run. Once complete, the results will be displayed on-screen. Tap “Done” to finish.
- To set your device to optimise automatically:
- Go to “Settings”, then tap “Device Care”.
- Tap the More options icon (three dots).
- Tap “Advanced”.
- Tap the switch to activate “Auto optimisation”.
2. Optimize the battery
There are several ways to check and optimise your phone’s battery. First, you can check your battery usage to see which apps have been using your battery power recently, and you can also set a different power mode on your device to help preserve your battery throughout the day.
- Go to “Settings”, then tap “Device care”.
- Tap “Battery”.
- Tap “Battery usage” to check which apps have been using the battery on your device.
- Return to the Battery menu, then tap “Power mode”, then select from available options.
There are several power modes available on your device. Each mode balances the performance of your phone with the battery used, with higher performance modes using more battery than lower performance modes.
- High performance: Higher system speed, maximum screen brightness and resolution uses more battery.
- Optimised: Get the recommended balance of performance and battery life.
- Medium power saving: Extend battery life by limiting some functions.
- Maximum power saving: Save as much battery as possible.
Alternatively, you can tap the switch to activate Adaptive power saving mode to set the power mode based on your usage patterns.
Return to the Battery menu, then tap “App power management”, then select your preferred settings.
- Adaptive battery: If activated, battery usage will be limited for apps that you don’t use often.
- Put unused apps to sleep: If activated, apps will be put to sleep when they haven’t been used for a while.
- Sleeping apps: These apps won’t run in the background. They may not receive updates or send notifications.
- Deep sleeping apps: These apps will never run in the background. They’ll only work when you open them.
- Apps that won’t be put to sleep: These apps will not be put to sleep.
3. Opt to change the performance mode
In Samsung Galaxy you will find that there are multiple performance modes to adapt according to your needs. Like you can choose to get more battery life, or better media apps to run fast or speed of your cell phone. To increase speed you will have to go to Settings > Device Maintenance > Performance Mode and select “Game”. This will increase the speed of the phone. There is another option called the “High performance” option. All that does is improve the overall display experience, not exactly the speed. It will increase resolution, brightness and other factors that make for a better experience. Note that when you take your phone’s performance mode to ‘game’ then it will consume more battery and may over heat too.
4. Lower the resolution
Your Samsung Galaxy S8 and above models display has 4,262,400 pixels (2960×1440), which can be pretty taxing on the processor and GPU. Lower resolutions can keep your device running much smoother. Thankfully, this handset has an option for decreasing the definition all the way down to 720p.
Simply go to Settings > Display > Screen Resolution and drag the slider to the left. Aside from WQHD+ (2960×1440), there are options for FHD+ (2220×1080) and HD+ (1480×720). The lower the resolution, the less your CPU and GPU have to work to portray an image on your display and yur device will speed up.
5. Uninstall apps you don’t need
It’s craze to have more and more apps. But this clogs your phone memory and they are left idle without any use. So if you don’t need any of such apps then remove them as they are affecting the speed and battery of your device in the long run. Samsung or your carrier may also include some pre-installed applications get rid of them too. Just uninstall, or failing that disable, everything you are not using. This will keep your phone running smoother and your app tray cleaner.
Just go to Settings > Application manager and select the “All” tab. Pick the app you want to get rid of and uninstall it. Some apps can’t be deleted. If such is the case, you can still disable them. They will not show up in the drawer or use up your precious resources.
To free up storage space by deleting unused data such as rarely used apps and unnecessary documents.
- Go to “Settings”, then tap “Device care”.
- Tap “Storage”
- Tap a category that you would like to remove, for example “Documents” or “Images”.
- Select the items you would like to delete.
- Then tap “Delete”, then tap “Delete” again to confirm.
6. Clear the cache from time to time
Your device saves data from commonly used apps and websites and clearing the cache memory every now and then actually help making things faster on your phone like when you work in PC. After a while, cache data can bulk up, become corrupted and run into other unexpected issues. This may cause your phone to act up. So clear it every month or so, and you should be fine. Greatly Samsung has built this feature right into the Samsung Galaxy mobiles.
Go to Settings > Device maintenance and hit “Optimize now”. This will clear the cache memory, as well as a few other things. Note that the device will feel a little slower right after clearing the cache. This is because it is re-downloading all the information that keeps your device snappy. But soon it will speed up after few days of working.
7. Better activate download booster
Using this feature will use up your precious gigabytes, even if you are connected to WiFi in your cell phone. This is because this nice little feature boosts your download speeds by using both your WiFi and data connection simultaneously. To turn Download Booster on go to Settings > Connections > More connection settings > Download Booster and toggle the feature on. A warning will pop up. Go ahead and select “Turn on”. Now you will see your download speeds increase significantly, making your browsing experience much faster when you have a good 5G and WiFi signal.
8. Delete all the unwanted widgets
Widgets are convenient, but they can get out of hand and not only will they look ugly, but they will also slow your Samsung Galaxy S8 down. Widget animations and updates require processing power, so try to keep your home screens as clean as possible.
All you need to do is to tap and hold on a blank area of the home screen > tap Widgets> Swipe left to view the available widgets> tap a folder to view the widgets it contains> to delete a widget, hard press on it and tap to remove.
Enable developer options to make changes for speeding up Samsung Galaxy S 8 as this makes an extra slew of settings visible to the user. These settings are hidden because of their unnecessary nature to the general consumer, but it offers some great tweaks for those who really want to customize the experience.
To enable developer options: Open the Settings app. Select “About phone”>Select “Software info”.> Look for the “Build number” and tap on it 7 times> Now you are ready to delve into the “Developer options”. The section will appear under “Settings”.
9. Limit background processes
Your Samsung Galaxy mobile is always doing stuff in the background, and when these processes pile up they can really slow your device down. You can limit them to keep performance at its maximum. Simply head over to “Developer options” and look for “Background process limit”. Select it and limit background processes as much as you feel comfortable. After this, you can restart the device and enjoy the improved speeds. Note that don’t set it too low as it might prevent some of your most commonly used apps from grabbing updates in the background.
10. Reduce animation scales
Animations are nice, but they do make things slower and use up processing power. This means turning them off is for the best when aiming for a faster device. Simply go to “Developer options” and look through the animation settings. Set them all to 0.5x for optimal performance.
11. Don’t keep activities
Android’s multi-tasking prowess is impressive, but it can also slow down your phone. The “Don’t keep activities” developer setting makes it so that apps don’t run in the background when closed or switched, keeping RAM memory free to use elsewhere. Galaxy phones aren’t exactly short of RAM though, and this will mean apps restart when switching between them, so it’s not really a setting for multi-taskers.
Simply go to Settings > Developer options and check the box labeled “Don’t keep activities”. Restart after tweaking this option.
12. Finally reset your phone if it’s too slow
If the above workouts were not so effective then better factory data reset your device to get the fastest speed.
This process essentially cleans your phone and gets the software back to factory status. It will be just like the first day you laid fingers on it. You will even have to go through the set-up process and all that again. Do keep in mind a factory data reset will delete everything, so back up all important files before doing this.
If you are ready, simply go to Settings > General management > Reset > Factory data reset. Tap “Reset” and you will be asked for the PIN. Rest let your phone go ahead to clean and bring in new phone back to you.
Did your Samsung Galaxy phone now worked faster when playing slots? Sure it has improved a lot. Isn’t it.