Updating the Android OS will reduce the memory

Android Android: empty RAM - here's how


As a rule, the Android operating system takes care of the management of the active apps itself and thus ensures that the main memory is used properly. Volatile data is stored in the main memory, also known as RAM (Random Access Memory). If the main memory is full, data that is no longer required is automatically deleted. A full working memory is therefore not a problem at first. However, if you find that your device is working disproportionately slow, an app no ‚Äč‚Äčlonger works smoothly or even keeps crashing, you should manually check the memory of individual apps and empty them if necessary. In our tips + tricks we show you how to do this.

Check and approve the utilization of the RAM under Android

Follow our step-by-step instructions or take a look at the quick start guide.

quick start Guide

  1. Open the Settings and tap "Apps".
  2. Select the app you want to optimize and tap on it.
  3. Tap on "random access memory"and check that average RAM usage.
  4. Is the average RAM usage too high, tap the in the upper right corner three points > "Force stop".