Ram Expansion In Android Device

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If you feel like your phone has turned into a slow machine, apps lagging and switching taking forever, you might have heard about this "Ram expansion" thing. But before we jump into it, let's break it down.

Firstly, let's see how to enable Ram expansion on an Android device. To do this, open settings, scroll down and tap on "About Device". Then, tap on "RAM". Here, you will see the current RAM size, for example, 2 GB, 4 GB, or 6 GB. You can expand it to 6 GB, but remember to restart your device after doing so.

Now, what is it all about? Imagine your phone's RAM as your actual desk. You open apps, they appear, spread out, and your desk gets cluttered. RAM expansion is like adding a temporary folding table next to your desk when the main one gets full. Some apps move to this storage table to free up space, making things smoother. Sounds cool, right? But there's a catch. That folding table is actually your storage, which is much slower than RAM. So, the speed boost might be like "Barely There". Moving things back and forth will wear down your storage faster, like constantly borrowing your friend's table will wear it out.

Not all phones have this feature, and you might need a specific update to get it. So, if your phone feels like a cluttered mess and multitasking is a nightmare, it might be worth a try. But don't expect fireworks. Think of it as a temporary fix, not a permanent solution. And remember, be kind to your storage. Don't overuse that folding table. Ultimately, the choice is yours. Experiment, see how it feels, and let me know in the comments below. Don't forget to subscribe for more text tips and tricks, and remember, stay awesome.

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