How to reduce RAM usage in Samsung Galaxy Grand(GT-I9082)?

Android Jelly Bean is an inexpensive mobile optimized operating system. It is from Google. In the recent times, with two back to back updates, this operating system has the greater response time and proper memory utilization to act in a swift and speedy manner. Still, there are some legal workarounds and y employing all these in Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos. One can get a faster and richer smartphone experience.

In this article, we will try to explore ways to optimize Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos stylish phone with the richer user experience.

All these tricks are not cheats. These are respectable workarounds and all these settings are there inside and I have used it and also have practical experience of how to implement it for productivity purposes. In this article, we will look to see ways to optimize this smartphone. It is always a worrying factor after a few months of use, you’re smartphones slow down and in order to make it faster, one should follow certain guidelines to make it faster.

In Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos, we have Android Jelly Bean operating system with one GB of inbuilt of Ram. Jelly Bean operating system has 196Mb Ram reserved for it. So, you have 804 MB Ram left for all applications and running of graphics inside of yours Jelly Bean operating system, running on Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos. (Ram screenshot)

You have inbuilt SD card storage of 8 GB. Here, 3.94GB is reserved for Android Jelly Bean operating system installation. The rest of the space can be utilized for applications, pictures, videos, audios such as music, ringtones and podcasts, miscellaneous files, and the best part of the memory is available for storage spaces. (Storage screenshot)

In Galaxy Grand Duos, the user can install new applications and download new movies and books from Google Play stores to SD card only. Here, the user cannot install these on an external SD card. This is the limitation that the user has to go on with.

It is always recognizable to have 2GB of storage space left on main SD card so that the smartphone would work in a flawless manner. Be concerned that you will have only 3.94 GB of storage spaces left and from this place, you should manage applications and installations of your favourite games and other utilities mentioned above. This writing is all about the personal experience while using the Android Jelly Bean operating system inside the Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos smartphone.

This user is trying hard to find out the real way to optimize Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos in a lawful manner. While performing different memory related operations the user finds some clues and solutions to optimize the smartphone. This article will say a lot about this. In earlier notes, now we know how much Ram is available and how much SD card storage is available.

There are some apps which cannot be reinstated by the user from “Application Manager”. In order to uninstall the application, the user should go from “setting” > “Application Manager”. Applications such as Maps, Music Player, Play music, SMemo, SPlanner, SSuggest, SVoice, Video Player, Samsung Apps, Dropbox, Chat On, Google+, Group Play,Game Hub, Gmail, Email, Play Books, Play Movies, YouTube, Voice Search, Flip Board etc. cannot be unintended from “Application manager”. These files have been locked inside Android Jelly Bean Operating System Files. (Application Manager Screenshot)

When you download any applications from “Google Play” services by connecting internet, you can, later on, uninstall those apps from “Application Manager” by going through “Settings” Menu. (Setting Screen SHot). Next go to “setting” > “Display” > “Brightness”.

From there take on” Automatic Brightness”. Now you have agreed to make your smartphone to automatically adjust to screen brightness setting. Hence system will automatically adjust to brightness setting in accordance with battery resources.

Put your finger on the top of the screen and then slide downwards to activate “Power saving” mode. Here from all these shortcuts, one can find the prominent shortcuts of Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, screen rotation, sound, GPS, blocking mode, power saving and Multi Window mode.

Then, reach to “setting” then “Power s.aving” Mode, click on it. From here you have now two options of “power saving” mode. The first option is “CPU power saving” which uses low power level for the screen.

The second is “Screen power saving” which uses a low power level, for screening. Tick on both options to use “Power saving” mode in fullest capacity. (Power saving mode screenshot 1 & 2)


Now, go to “setting”>”Display”>”Screen Timeout” and set it to 15 seconds. On the same display page from “features” tick of “Smart Stay”. Screen stays on as long as you are looking at it. “Smart Stay” feature will employ the front camera to see whether anyone is looking at the screen and then the screen will stay as long as one works on it.

There are some limitations to it. “Smart stay” works great under daylight and while working indoors, I am advisable to sit under the light of the room to have the good effect of this on your smartphone.

Go to “setting”>”developer options” from apps tick on “Do not keep activities”. It will destroy every activity as soon as the user leaves it. Developer options are beta options and it may destabilize your system so use this setting with due caution and Care. Do not use live wallpapers as it can consume a plenty amount of CPU and Ram resources and that can have the heavy burden on battery and memory consumption.

That can drain out batteries in no time. All these measures will safeguard your expensive smartphones and it will last longer than you anticipated. On the other hand, I am always willing to use the smartphone in its optimal settings, I think this will give room for maximum central processing unit utilization as it has dual-core CPU, by limiting CPU utilization to the bare minimum is not going to make any prudent for me.

As if I prevent dual CPU utilization in order to stop drainage of batteries ultimately it will act as the single core CPU smartphone and the basic use of the dual-core smartphone is not going to help me at any stage.

This article is meant for the users who are willing to allow the battery to last longer. This article is for the user who wants to have a smartphone that can work in a limited environment and this article is for the user who wants to use smartphone while travelling in the long distance and they want to preserve battery so that they can keep in touch with their families for long while travelling with smartphone and want to feel at home during those stages.

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