How To Clean Samsung Tablet Memory

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Many Galaxy Tab 2 owners emailed us complaining about their tablet’s performance. Majority of the emails were asking how to speed up their device once again, so I think it would be helpful to publish a short article on how to fix or remedy a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 that’s running very slow.

  1. Reboot your tablet. This is, by far, the most basic troubleshooting step you can do; the device will try to run necessary services during boot up. Do not overlook the importance of this step.
  2. Close apps running in the background. After months of use, you must have acquired a lot of apps on your tablet. You should know that switching between apps does not close the ones you previously used. Instead, they continue running in the background eating up RAM. The more apps running the background, the slower your tablet becomes so you need to close those. Hold the home button so that Recent Apps screen shows up, swipe each app to left or right to close them.
  3. Check memory usage. You need to do this to make sure your device still has available memory to accommodate apps. As mentioned in step 2, there could be a lot of apps or services that are running in the background. If there’s not enough memory left, other apps couldn’t launch while some would eventually force close and would create conflicts to other processes. Clearing up the tablet’s memory is one of the recommended procedures to speed up an Android device. Bring up the Recent Apps screen and tap Task Manager. Look for the RAM tab, and tap Clear Memory.
  4. Uninstall problematic applications. After months of use, you could surely notice that some apps just take time to load especially bigger ones like games. Apps like that need to be maintained by clearing their caches and data from time to time. Moreover, unused apps should be uninstalled to free up some space and correct conflicts if there are any. Just go to Settings, then Application Manager and look for apps you want uninstalled.
  5. Easy on the widgets. If your home screen is full of these little apps, you could experience some lag whenever you press the Home button. While they are light, widgets still eat up memory and if there is a bunch of them running simultaneously, your device’s performance will surely be affected. Therefore, minimize on them. Just use the ones that are important like a calendar, clock or weather widgets.

How To Clean Samsung Tablet Memory Card

May 24, 2016 Method 2: Use Free App to Clean Up Android Phone/Tablet. You can easily clutter and clean up the files like photos and videos in your phone or tablet. But some preference settings, images, or activity logs from some apps can still store in your device. Here you need some cleaning apps to free up your storage and speed up the phone. By default, your Samsung Galaxy Tab A saves all applications to internal memory. To free up internal memory, you can move some applications to the memory card. Note: Be sure your memory card has enough space to handle the transfer. You can also consider switching to a higher capacity memory card. Move an application to the memory card. With Samsung Smart Switch you can back up your files to an SD memory card, a USB memory stick or an external hard drive. Once you have inserted the memory card or connected your device to the memory stick or external hard drive, follow the below steps to back up your data. Read our FAQ to find out What is Smart Switch and how to use it.

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How To Clean Samsung Tablet Memory Card

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Learn how to use the task manager and free up memory on the Samsung Galaxy Tab A.

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Manage memory

Restart device regularly

You should restart your phone at least once per day.

Reduce memory use

Animated widgets and widgets that update information use the most memory. If your phone is running slow, you can reduce the amount of memory it is using:

  • Replace a live wallpaper
  • Remove widgets

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Manage apps to keep your device running smoothly

  • Use Manage apps to update apps, clear app cache and data, recent apps, and uninstall an app.
  • Never install a third-party Task Manager or Battery Manager. These apps interfere with how device software works.
  • Research and monitor new apps that you install.
    • Read app reviews before installing. Not all apps run smoothly on phones. Read customer reviews before downloading an app to see if it has a history of not working properly.
    • If your device starts having problems after installing an app, consider uninstalling the app. (See Manage apps.)
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Task manager

A task manager can view running apps and close them.

  1. From any home screen tap the recent application icon (bottom left corner).
  2. Scroll and select application you want to close.
  3. Swipe left or right to close selected application.

View free memory

  1. From any Home screen, tap the Apps icon.
  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Scroll down to 'System,' and then tap Storage.
  4. Under 'Device memory,' view the Available space value.