Android Operating System is not just any mobile operating system of Smatphones and various Devices. Android Operating System provides many of the services which are not even visible also and are affective too. Sometimes too many applications in the background can reduce your battery life and poor performance of your device as well.
Multitasking is one of the most important and very effective tool for Android as it allows the application to work in the background, allowing users to work on multiple applications and allowing them to switch between them. Sometimes too many applications in the background can reduce your battery life and poor performance of your device as well.
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Limiting the Android Devices to use Limited Application at a time is a great idea to save your battery life and this will reduce the usage of devices memory when you are using other applications. So limiting your Android devices can help you in many ways. Let’s get started on this trick:
How to Limit Apps on Android:
Note: This trick only works on Android version 4.0 and later.
- Open the settings of your Android Devices.
- Locate the developer’s options tab and select it.
(If you are unable to find Developer options then go in About Phone the tap 5 or 7 times on Build number to enable Developer options)
- Now scroll down to the Background process limit tab.
- Then it’s better to have 2-3 applications running in the background for balance.
By doing all of these steps only you can limit your Android Devices activity to limited apps which will save your battery and it will provide you with some extra memory to use other apps also.
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