Mobile Phones run very slow?
On most phones, the first thing you can do is to Restart the phone. Press your phone’s button for about 30 seconds, or until your phone restarts. Or on the screen, you might need to tap Restart. You can also check your phone’s software update if it’s on the latest Android/IOS software.
You might also check the phone’s storage, and try to free up some space on your phone when it’s running low on storage. Your phone can start having issues when the storage is mostly less than 10%.
Mobile phone’s poor battery life
Too many push notifications are being sent to your phone. Alerts and Notifications can be one of the causes that your phone battery can be easily drained. There are too many apps running location services. Restrict notifications of unnecessary apps. You may also check the running applications in the background, it may drain the battery of your phone.
Don’t set the Auto-brightness ON. Instead, keep it manually at a lower level unless you need it higher. You can also reduce the Sleep timeout to lessen your phone’s screen live/on for a very long time.
Mobile Phones keep crashing
When your device gets too hot it might result in Overheating. It shuts down to prevent damage. You can tell it’s happening when your phone becomes warm to the touch or displays a message letting you know it’s hot. To prevent it from happening keep it out of direct sunlight, close unused apps, avoid turning your screen brightness up, turn on airplane mode or take the case off.
Tablet Screen not responding
Mostly of Tablet devices it’s common issue was the screen is not responding. First thing you need to do is to restart your tablet and check if it works. If restart did not fix the problem, try to free up some Ram availability in your Tablet. You may clear the app cache or use some third party app to do the work for you. Try to swipe or close a running application that is not in use. The last resort is to call a technician and let them check and fix your tablet.