When you first get your brand new Android phone, it runs so smooth. You’re mesmerized by how responsive it is. Then a few months go by. Suddenly you have to tap things twice for it to respond. Apps now take forever to load. What happened? Why is it running so slow? There could be a few reasons.
With all of the features available on Android devices these days, it’s becoming more common for people to exceed their data cap on their wireless plan. It leaves many people wondering why their Android us using so much data. Don’t worry though. We can help you lower your data usage and get it under control with this tutorial. Just follow these steps.
A common question Android users may ask is “Why does my Android randomly restart itself?” At one point or another, every Android device I’ve owned has had this problem. There are a few common reasons your Android might restart on its own. Let’s take a look at them and see if we can fix it.
It seems a common problem for Android users is that it might get stuck in Safe Mode. While in Safe Mode, you might not be able to do much on the device since much of the software required for normal functionality isn’t loaded. Your device might say “No Service” or have problems running apps. Don’t worry though. We’ve got some things you can try to get your Android out of Safe Mode.
The battery on my Android doesn’t seem to last as long as it used to. I noticed that Maps is using up most of my battery power. It seems to be the many Google apps that can be grabbing at your location data from Google Maps any time your phone is on. In some instances, I’ve noticed Maps constantly running in the background.
The Apple iPhone is known for being very efficient when it comes to battery life. If you don’t actively manage all of the stuff on your iPhone though, you may start wonder “What’s draining my iPhone battery?”. If you think you’re iPhone battery isn’t lasting as long as it should, here are some things you can take a look at.
We’ve all had that stubborn app that just won’t work. Android users are constantly greeted with that “The applications has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again.” message when you need to use the app most. Your only choice is to tap “Force close” to exit the app. Many people have asked me “Why do Android apps Force Close?” It’s not an easy question to answer. There can be many reasons.
If you’re an iPhone user, you may notice moments when the device gets really hot. This concerns many owners, but don’t worry. It’s perfectly normal for the iPhone to run hot, and there are many reasons why.