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How To Increase RAM Size Of Android phone



When you've had a smartphone for a while it can start to feel slow and RAM - Random Access Memory which is where your phone stores it's stuff as it's using it - can be part of a problem. If your phone doesn't have enough RAM, it can struggle, but there are ways to address that. You can even create extra RAM without cracking the case.



How To Increase Your RAM Without Root Access?


  1. Limit widgets and live wallpapers
  2. Disable applications, some applications take up RAM even if they aren't currently being used. So disable them.
  3. Disable animations, animations often steal RAM and are quite inessential: Settings>> Developer Options>> Window animation scale, Transition animation scale, Animator duration scale
  4. Use some app for boosting android phone which cleans junk data and kills background apps to speed up your device

How To Increase RAM in Android Phone Using App With Root Access?


ROEHSOFT RAM Expander (SWAP) - Premium App



Ram Expander is an awesome app that will increase RAM of your android device by converting a part of SD Card Memory into RAM i.e. your SD Card will now be used as a virtual RAM for your android device.

Before buying this app, you must check the compatibility of this app with your device. Try this testing app Memory Info & Swapfile to check before you buy RAM Expander.

If your device is compatible, then buy and download RAM Expander. After installing it, choose your language.

Now create a SWAP file by clicking SWAP active and enable it.

After you finish with this, just click on the grey box and activate SWAP. Now you have successfully increased the RAM of your Android device.

Free Method: Manual Method To Increase RAM In Android Smartphone


You just need to follow these steps to increase the RAM of your Android device.

Requirements:


  • SD Card of class 4 or higher
  • Rooted Android Device
  • Windows PC
  • SD Card Reader

STEP 1:


To increase your RAM, your phone must be rooted. To convert your SD Card into RAM, your phone needs to support the SWAP function. Check whether your Android phone supports swapping or not: to check this download swap check application. Try this testing app MemoryInfo & Swapfile Check. If your device support swap function then proceed with step 2.

STEP 2:

Now you need to partition your SD Card. To do this, we are going to use the Google Mini tool Partition on your Windows PC.

Now connect your SD Card to your PC. You can use a card reader for this. Then open the Mini tool application and click on your SD Card and select the delete option.

This action will format your SD Card and now you have unallocated space. Now make partition by right-clicking on your SD Card. Select the partition as primary and file system as FAT32 for a card more than 4GB.

Leave about 1GB memory for the next partition. Then Select done and again click on make partition option, select primary partition but change the file system to EXT2, EXT3 or EXT4.

Click on apply changes and after processing for a few minutes, your partition is completed.

STEP 3:


Root your android device if it's not yet rooted.

If your Phone is not yet rooted, first check this article: How to root android phone with PC

Or If you don't wish to root with a computer, first check this out: Root Android Phone without Computer

Now you need to download and install Link2SD. Launch this app and give root permission. Now choose the .ext partition that we made earlier.

Start the app and start linking them.

STEP 4:

Increasing RAM of your Android device. For this, you need to Download Swapper for Root.

Launch the app and select the amount of RAM you want to add. This will create a .swap file and it will increase the RAM of your Android device.


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