Tuesday, 18 October 2016

How you can navigate the memory manager in Android Nougat

So far, Android offers a convenient place for you to find out just exactly which apps have gone rogue and may be draining too many system resources. So now in that regard, if you’re running Android Nougat (the following examples come from a Pixel) then here’s what you need to do. First, you should go to Settings > Memory. Use the handy, slide-out menu in Nougat’s settings to get there. Then you’ll see the Memory section. Toggle the time to choose between 3, 6, 12 hours or one day for a better perspective on the data. If that is done, the next thing to do is to, select memory used by apps. You’ll see a list of apps, the OS, and system services along with their reported RAM usage. You can use the toggle at the top right to sort these by average or max use. So after that, you are to touch an app or resource to get more details. The overflow button at the top right can be used to disable the app if it’s become too much of a drain on system resources. But if it happens that you are having problems with your phone, it could be that a single app is messing everything up. This can help you identify the culprit. Otherwise, it may be worth uninstalling the app entirely or investigating other methods to speed up your phone. Thanks for reading.....

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