Reduce BackGround Processes in Android – Every Android user wants to get best performance from their device. For that users install different Apps like Task killer, Cache Cleaner etc. But you can increase performance of your Android Mobile and Tablet without using any App and for the trick you don’t need to root your device also. Every Android based device comes with Developer options that has one feature of “BackGround Process Limit“. You can use this feature to limit the number of processes that can run in background and eventually helps in improving performance.
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Killer Trick to Reduce BackGround Processes in Android
The trick is very simple and easy to use, you just have to set the background process limit from Developer Options. Follow the steps below and after that i am sure that you will experience better performance from your device.
To reduce background processes in Android, navigate to Settings->Developer options and select “Background process limit” menu item. See screenshot below
There you will see different options and by default the option is set to “standard limit” which runs necessary background services in Android Device. You just now have to select “No Background process” option to reduce background processes in Android.
As you can see it is very simple and easy trick to reduce background processes in Android. You don’t need to worry about the rooted device or installing any app which will kill background tasks. Just visit the Developer options and set number of background processes which can run. I have used this trick on my Tablet and it works fine.
Try this and share your experience by commenting below
but in my micromax canvas 4 there is not such option..its jellybean 4.2. help
Why would you do that
IN MY MOBILE THERE IS NO OPTION OF DEVELOPERS . TELL ME WHAT TO DO.
Just go into Settings, About Tablet, then find ‘Build Number’. Once found, begin tapping on it several times until it says you have Developer options. Then Developer Options will show up in settings right above ‘About Tablet’.
I am afraid that this is not the best solution.
You might want that some useful background processes actually do run.
Either all of the time or in intervals.
On older devices or resource-constrained devices this tweak is a must.
Any device with 2gb or more of RAM doesn’t need this tweak so much.
I limit my background processes to 3 on my tablet and it makes it run much smoother and everything still works fine.
I can even stream music from any app and listen to it in the background.
You basically have to play with the number and see what fits your needs and how much speed you need.