The Motorola Moto G22 is one of Motorola’s latest entry-level smartphones that was released on the 13th of March 2022. The processor in the Moto G22 is the Helio G37 SoC. It also has 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. This device is not meant for heavy gaming or multitasking. It might have great features but it remains a basic, budget device. As such, sometimes its resources are stretched thin and it begins to run slower than usual, maybe even enough to annoy you, which is why you are reading this article. Below, I share a few things you can do to make your Motorola Moto G22 faster.
The key thing you need to know are the two factors affecting your phone’s performance: the processor and RAM. The processor determines how powerful your device is, while the RAM determines how smoothly apps launch and run on the phone. RAM (Random Access Memory) is a temporary storage for running apps. We can’t do anything about the processor, but RAM usage can be managed. Now, if you are looking to make your Motorola Moto G22 faster and smoother, here are some ways to make that possible.
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Make your Motorola Moto G22 faster by deleting unused apps
Any smartphone user would love to have all their desired apps installed. This might lead to large amounts of apps piling up on the device, over time. It is important to form a habit of uninstalling unused apps and games. Having lots of these apps will hinder and slow down the performance of your Moto G22.
Especially when you have some of them running in the background. They also become so many and have so much data on each one of them, that there is barely any storage space left for your device to run as smoothly as you may have liked.
Make your Motorola Moto G22 faster by clearing the app cache
Cleaning the cache of the app on your Moto G22 is important in terms of sending up your phone. Clearing the cache of an app can make that particular app run faster and smoother than it did before, and reduce possible lag. Clearing cache is also very important for entry-level devices too to help them improve their performance. As they are not as powerful as high-end devices. You can clear the cache of any app by long pressing the app icon, selecting App info, and then Storage. There will be an option to Clear the cache. Select that and you’re good to go.
Make your Motorola Moto G22 faster by installing any software updates
It is important to keep your Moto G22 up to date. This is because, with every new update, there might be security enhancements (which are crucial) but there might also be performance improvements added to the update that can make your overall experience, and device speed, better.
Make your Motorola Moto G22 faster by restarting your device
It is well known that any device can perform faster and better simply off of a restart. The same holds for the Moto G22. Doing this should address most of the performance issues, as it deletes temporary files to speed up the phone and clears the phone’s memory.
Make your Motorola Moto G22 faster by using Lite Version applications
Lite versions of apps are the shortened versions of these said apps, including Tit Tok, Facebook, e.t.c. The lite versions are usually limited in comparison to the actual applications and don’t offer as many features. These lightweight apps, that do not work your device as hard as the main ones, are designed for entry-level smartphones and designed for users who want to keep their basic Android phones running smoothly. They help lower the processing demand on your device and lower your data consumption and charges.
Make your Motorola Moto G22 faster with a Hard Reset
If you are looking for a simple method on how to make your Motorola Moto G22 faster, this last resort may be the most effective. If you do a hard reset on your Moto G22, then all the phone data will be deleted, and the phone’s storage will be clean. At the same time, the random-access memory of your Moto G22 will start working like new again. However, you need to back up all the data before performing a hard reset.
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