How to Increase RAM Memory in Android

There comes a moment when the speed of your Android goes down. Who is to blame? Apps that misuse memory, your device’s most precious resource. To go back to normal you need to find and close the heavy apps.

How to Increase RAM Memory in Android

Your mobile phone has a limited amount of RAM memory (the usual is around 1 gigabyte). Apps and games take up an area of that memory while you are using it, but if they don’t do some cleaning up they will go on consuming memory even after you close them. This slows Android down and increases battery consumption.

To fight against the lack of RAM memory and against apps that don’t follow the rules, Android has its own memory “garbage collectors”, ART and Dalvik, which check whether an app has become inactive and then close it. The problem is that there are apps that can resist this system cleanup. It is then that you need to take out the heavy artillery

How to clean memory with Turbo Booster

One of Turbo Booster’s main functions is detecting and closing the parts of apps that have not closed down completely, such as services that run in the background. The detection is automatic and happens every time you launch Turbo Booster. You can access it from the Status screen or by opening the Memory tab.

Recover RAM memory

Press the button and Turbo Booster will take on the task of cleaning RAM memory. The effect is instantaneous: once the processes have been shut down, as far as performance goes it will be just as if you restarted the phone. The only inconvenience is that some apps will take a while to relaunch the first time, but this is a lesser evil.

Memory chart

According to our tests, the best thing is to run the cleaning every three hours

To know how much total memory you have recovered, press the information icon. The table will tell you how much memory you have recovered, how much is reserved by the system and what apps and processes have been shut down to run the cleaning.