The Nexus 7 (2013 version) can be slow and buggy sometimes, but you can speed it up. Use these advices in order to speed up your favorite phone.
How to free some space
If you bought the 16 GB version of Nexus 7 you’ve already filled up its internal storage. If your device is rooted, you are able to move files on the SD card, an option which isn’t possible on other smartphones that are running on Android 4.4 KitKat OS and higher versions, and are not rooted. Users with root privileges can move applications by installing another application called SDFix.
Greenify application is your friend
“Cleaning” type of applications and task closing applications are in handy when it comes to speeding up your device. Greenify doesn’t really “kill” your applications, it just puts them in hibernation station in order to save your phone’s battery. What more you can want from an application that barely uses any of your device’s resources, and helps you out to reduce the CPU and battery usage?
We all know how frustrating it is to have a device that loads web pages hard, taking you forever to surf the internet. You can speed up the internet speed on your Nexus 7 2013 if you install an application called Internet Speed Master, which helps your device to use all internet bandwidth capacity. It works for both rooted and non-rooted devices.
To install Internet Speed Master, rooted users will have to choose “Apply Patch” while non-rooted ones will have to tap on ”Improve internet connection”. Even if this boost doesn’t work for every device, reports say that it does on the Nexus 7 2013.
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