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On ne peut pas comparer un chat et un chien pourquoi comparer du ext2/3/4 avec du ntfs ?
Sinon non tu ne peux pas défragmenter sur linux pour la bonne et simple raisonqu’il n’y a aucun logiciel prévu pour ça .
Et bon le sujet de départ c’est faire une « defragmentation si cela existe sur android », pas faut-il défragmenter du flash ou pas.
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je voudrais faire une defragmentation si cela existe sur android
afin aprés avoir retirer mon antivirus , remetre kaspersky pour mobile
Il n’y a pas de défragmentation sur linux (et donc sur android), les fichiers ne sont pas gérés de la même façon que sur windows.
Effectivement, une défragmentation serait inutile, étant donné que le système de fichier propre à Linux (et donc à Android) ne se fragmente pas, comme l’a rappelé Philippe28.
Par contre, merci de faire attention à ta façon de rédiger, l’ère des télégrammes est depuis longtemps révolue !
Les fichiers peuvent se fragmenter sur un média (même sous Linux)
Sur du stockage en mémoire flash cela n’a pas d’importance, car il n’y a pas de tête de lecture comme dans les disques durs. Donc pas de perte de performance.
Cubitus j’ai pas dis qu’il n’y avait pas de fragmentation, mais qu’il n’y avait pas de défragmentation.
Mais comme sur linux les fichiers sont gérés différemment la fragmentation est assez faible sur des HDD.
Quant à la mémoire flash tu as tout as fait raison mais c’est pas la 1ere chose à laquelle j’ai pensé.
Cubitus j’ai pas dis qu’il n’y avait pas de fragmentation, mais qu’il n’y avait pas de défragmentation.
Mais comme sur linux les fichiers sont gérés différemment la fragmentation est assez faible sur des HDD.
Honnêtementça ne veut pas dire grand chose ce que tu racontes là :P
S’il y a de la fragmentation il y a forcément nécessité de défragmenter un moment ou un autre quand on est sur un Disque dur. La question n’a rien à voir avec le système et/ou le système de fichier, mais avec les capacités du disques durs à chercher des morceaux de fichiers à droite et à gauche. Or compte tenu des latences importantes (déplacement du bras de lecture) la fragmentation des fichiers a forcément un impact. Or il n’existe à l’heure actuelle aucun système de fichier capabled’éviter la fragmentation des données sur un HDD, quelque soit le système utilisé. Tout au plus le système peut réduire les pertes inhérentes à la fragmentation ne répartissant au mieux les données. Mais ça n’importe quel système de fichier moderne le fait bien (NTFS inclu)
Mais cela ne concerne pas du tout les téléphones qui ne fonctionne qu’à base de mémoire Flash, or la mémoire flash n’est absolument pas sensible à la fragmentation des données car les temps d’accès aux données sont identiques quelque soit l’emplacement des donnéesà lire (contrairement au HDD qui est contraint par ses performances physique.
Donc oui il y aura de la fragmentation, non on ne défragmente pas car c’est totalement inutile (et même mauvais pour les cellules Flash qui seraient usées prématurément). Mais cela uniquement grâce au spécificités de la mémoire Flash et non grâce au système d’exploitation.
Ca rien à voir linux et windows, si tu as une mentalité windosienne tu ne peux assurément pas comprendre.
Sur windows un fichier trouve de la place op il y va et si il lui manque de la place il va plus loin sur ton HDD pour finir de copier ton fichier quitte à avoir un fichier fragmenté en 50.
Sur linux ton fichier cherche un espace sur ton HDD où il pourra l’écrire sans avoir à le fragmenter.
Bref ça veux tout dire ce que je dis :)
On ne peut pas comparer un chat et un chien pourquoi comparer du ext2/3/4 avec du ntfs ?
Sinon non tu ne peux pas défragmenter sur linux pour la bonne et simple raison qu’il n’y a aucun logiciel prévu pour ça.
Et bon le sujet de départ c’est faire une « defragmentation si cela existe sur android », pas faut-il défragmenter du flash ou pas.
Ca rien à voir linux et windows, si tu as une mentalité windosienne tu ne peux assurément pas comprendre.
Ah la fameuse suffisance linuxienne. Ca fait longtemps que je n’y avais pas eut droit….
Euh si déjà tu te la joue « je sais mieux que toi » couvres un minimum tes arrières.
ça m’a pris 5sec maximum pour trouver ça:
=>defrag, which will defragment your ext2 filesystem
Quand on répond à une question on y répond dans sa globalité, pas juste sur le titre du topic.
La question porte sur l’utilisation d’un SMARTPHONE(si si c’est clairement écris dans le texte). Or jusqu’à preuve du contraire je n’ai jamais vu le moindre smartphone Android ayant un disque dur à la place de la mémoire Flash. Mais peut-être que je me trompe.
Je dis pas que je sais mieux que toi mais lis un peux plus à l’avenir:
There is no online ext3defragmentationtool that works on the filesystem level. There is an offline ext2 defragmenter, e2defrag, but it requires that the ext3 filesystem be converted back to ext2 first.
Je t’explique comment ça marche la gestion des fichiers sur windows et linux et tu fais preuve de mauvaise fois. (tu peux faire une recherche pourquoi linux n’a pas besoin de défragmentation quand on fait une recherche pour troller autant la finir).
Je vois pas l’intérêt de comparer du ntfs avec de l’ext à part pour troller.
Bref j’avais répondu correctement, cubitus à compléter intelligemment pas besoin d’en rajouter sur les mémoires flash. Toi tu ramènes ton grain de sel pour rien, juste pour troller (tu ramènes ta science alors qu’apparemment tu as aucune compétence puisque tu fais des recherche dans tout les sens).
Et pour info je ne suis pas linuxien (dans le sens je m’en fou que les gens utilisent linux, windows ou mac tant que c’est adapté à leurs besoins) !! Donc tes arguments à deux francs ça marche pas avec moi.
Allez les enfants, du calme, on arrête de se chamailler.
Ceci dit, pour rectifier ce que dit Philippe28, sa vision de l’ext est légèrement fausse. C’est pas qu’il place mieux les fichiers que le NTFS, c’est plutôt qu’il effectue une défragmentation partielle et automatique dès que nécessaire (en fait, dès qu’il y a copie ou suppression de fichiers), en tout cas depuis l’ext4.
Donc dire qu’il n’y a pas de défragmentation, c’est légèrement éronné puisqu’il le fait sans arrêt ^^
D’ailleurs il me semble que l’ext4 posait problème aux SSD, mais j’suis pas sûr de ce que j’avance là.
Philippe68 -> Effectivement, il n’existe pas de defragmenteur online pour ext2/ext3, est-ce que ca veut dire que ca ne fragmente jamais? Non!
d’ailleurs il existe des problemesreconnusde corruptions de fichiers pour cause de grosses fragmentations dans certains usages sur ext3.
enfin explique moi pourquoi ils vont integrer un defragmenteur online pour ext4? si vraiment ce n’etait pas necessaire ils n’auraient pas a y songer.
Maintenant je ne dis pas que c’est plus ou moins bien gere par tel ou tel systeme de fichier… je dis juste que pretendre que ext ne fragmente pas c’est une hérésie.
Enfin, quand tu aura fini de prendre les gens pour des c#ns en « argumentant » uniquement des choses comme : « tu ne sais rien » , « t’es un rigolo qui ramene sa fraise » ….. on pourra peut-etre discuter calmement avec des propos objectifs.
En attendant, effectivement ca ne sert a rien d’en dire plus.
Pourtant, même si linux ne fragmente théroriquement pas, preuve en est qu’Android fragmente :
Ca fait tout un débat en ce moment !
techniquement les memoires sur des devices android sont des memoires flash (et non pas des disques avec inscription physique des donnees) donc ce n’est normalement pas fragmentable …
Pourtant, même si linux ne fragmente théroriquement pas, preuve en est qu’Android fragmente :
Ca fait tout un débat en ce moment !
Tu confonds 2 choses totalement différentes.
La fragmentation des fichiers sur le support de stockage de l’appareil (sujet de la discussion)
La fragmentation des différentes versions d’android en circulation, c’est à dire le fait qu’il y a des appareils faisant tourner des versions plus ou moins anciennes obligeant les développeurs à s’adapter.
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Ne défragmentez pas votre appareil Android.Évitez les applications qui prétendent pouvoir défragmenter votre appareil Android. Quelles que soient les promesses de ces applications, sachez que vous n’avez pas besoin de défragmenter votre appareil Android. Les appareils Android utilisent une mémoire flash qui n’est pas affectée par la fragmentation des fichiers, contrairement aux disques durs normaux. En fait, défragmenter votre appareil Android ne servira qu’à épuiser sa mémoire de stockage et diminuer sa durée de vie [1] . Au lieu de défragmenter l’appareil, essayez d’autres moyens pour l’accélérer.

Désinstallez les applications inutiles.Si la mémoire de stockage est pleine, l’appareil peut mettre du temps pour exécuter des tâches. Supprimer les anciennes applications que vous n’utilisez plus peut libérer de l’espace sur l’appareil et l’accélérer de nouveau [2] .

Pour désinstaller des applications, ouvrez l’applicationParamètrespuis sélectionnez l’optionApplications . Recherchez l’application que vous souhaitez supprimer dans l’ongletTéléchargés . Sélectionnez l’application, puis appuyez surDésinstallerpour la supprimer.

Libérez de l’espace sur l’écran d’accueil.Effacez les applications et les widgets inutiles sur vos écrans d’accueil. Si vous avez trop de widgets ou trop de pages des raccourcis des applications sur votre écran d’accueil, votre téléphone peut mettre du temps pour charger l’écran d’accueil. Supprimer les widgets que vous n’utilisez plus peut considérablement améliorer la performance de l’appareil.

Pour supprimer les widgets et les raccourcis d’applications, appuyez et maintenez votre doigt sur le widget ou le raccourci puis déplacez-le vers l’icône de corbeille.

Installez un nouveau navigateur web.Le navigateur Stock Android est l’une des principales causes du ralentissement des appareils Android, surtout des anciens modèles. Ceci parce que le navigateur Stock est seulement mis à jour lorsque le système est actualisé, donc les appareils exécutant les anciennes versions d’Android sont condamnés à utiliser une version obsolète du navigateur.

Chrome et Firefox sont des navigateurs populaires compatibles avec la majorité des appareils Android. Vous pouvez les télécharger gratuitement à partir de Google Play Store.

Désactivez Live Wallpapers.Android vous permet d’utiliser des fonds d’écran animés et interactifs, mais cela peut sérieusement ralentir la performance des anciens modèles d’Android. Utilisez plutôt une image constante comme fond d’écran pour éviter le ralentissement de l’appareil.
Fermez les applications et onglets ouverts.Android surveille l’utilisation des ressources de votre système et suspend automatiquement des applications, mais parfois les applications ne répondent pas et nécessitent d’être fermées manuellement. Appuyez sur le boutonRécent(bouton inférieur droit). Sur certains appareils, vous devez maintenir le bouton d’accueil (bouton du milieu). Ensuite, balayez toutes les applications qui apparaissent. Cela fermera chacune de ces applications, et pourrait améliorer la performance de votre appareil.

Évitez les programmes tueurs de tâches (programmes permettant d’arrêter des applications), car elles empêchent votre appareil d’effectuer sa gestion automatisée des ressources du système. Fermer des applications avec des tueurs de tâches entraine généralement la dégradation de la performance de l’appareil.

Effacez la mémoire de stockage.Tout comme la suppression des applications inutiles, effacer votre mémoire de stockage peut accélérer l’appareil. Il y a des emplacements et dossiers où vous pouvez voir les fichiers qui occupent assez d’espace.

Le dossierTéléchargementsserait rempli de téléchargements aléatoires. Parcourez les fichiers téléchargés et supprimez tout ce dont vous n’avez pas besoin.
Les photos peuvent occuper assez d’espace sur votre appareil. Sauvegardez toutes les photos que vous souhaitez garder, sur votre ordinateur ou sur Google Photos, puis supprimez-les de votre appareil Android. Pour plus de détails, lisez l’articleComment transférer des photos d’un appareil Android sur un ordinateur .
Les fichiers de musique représentent aussi une cause du ralentissement des appareils. Parcourez votre bibliothèque et choisissez des chansons que vous souhaitez supprimer. Plusieurs services de streaming vous permettent d’enregistrer des chansons pour les écouter hors-ligne, alors vérifiez aussi ces applications.

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Les appareils Android ne doivent pas être défragmentés. Défragmenter un appareil Android n’entrainera aucun gain de performance, puisque la fragmentation n’affectera pas la mémoire flash de l’appareil. Défragmenter un appareil utilisant une mémoire flash (comme le cas des appareils Android) diminuera sa durée de vie. Si votre téléphone ou tablette Android ne fonctionne pas correctement, il y a différents autres moyens d’améliorer sa performance.
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After creating and removing files, data on the storage unit (be it internal or external) fragments and the device may and will become slower in time. An average defragmentation would take between 1-5 minutes depending on device. Other features are: SD card boosting, device cleaning (both require root); and folder monitoring. There’s also one last feature called MOAPT, that’s fully described inside the application.
Después de la creación y eliminación de archivos, los datos sobre la unidad de almacenamiento (ya sean internos o externos) fragmentos y el dispositivo pueden y llegarán a ser más lenta en el tiempo. Una desfragmentación promedio podría tomar entre 1-5 minutos dependiendo del dispositivo. Otras características son: Tarjeta SD impulsar, limpieza del dispositivo (ambos requieren raíz); y el seguimiento de la carpeta. También hay una última característica llamada MOAPT, que está plenamente descrito dentro de la aplicación.
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Comme tout système d’exploitation, Android accumule parfois des résidus qui peuvent ralentir votre tablette tactile. L’application Clean Master permet de palier à ce problème (et d’autres) de façon simple et efficace.
Comme tout le monde, vous avez dû remarquer qu’après quelques mois d’usage, votre tablette tactile ou votre smartphone présente quelques symptômes gênants : ralentissements, gels, manque de réactivité… Tout comme sur votre PC de bureau, Android accumule des résidus qui proviennent de la désinstallation d’applications ou d’un cache trop rempli. L’espace libre diminue petit à petit jusqu’à engorger l’appareil. Pour remédier à ça, pas besoin de défragmentation régulière comme sur Windows, ni d’un formatage d’usine (même si c’est parfois nécessaire).
La société Cheetah Mobile a développé une application qui se charge de tout le travail à votre place : Clean Master. C’est le couteau suisse du nettoyage pour Android. Sa fonction principale est de nettoyer les fichiers en cache ainsi que les résidus d’installation qui prennent de la place inutile. Sur les appareils avec 4 ou 8 Go de stockage, la place est vite limitée, inutile de s’encombrer de déchets. Il existe deux options pour le nettoyage : Recommandé et Approfondi. Le premier retire le cache et vide la RAM. Le deuxième va plus loin et permet de supprimer les fichiers volumineux, les photos en double, les APK inutiles.
Attention cependant, le nettoyage en mode Approfondi peut aller effacer des données importantes. Une confirmation vous sera demandée avant toute action définitive, mais si vous n’êtes pas sûr de vous, le nettoyage Recommandé vous suffira pour commencer.
Au rang des autres fonctions, cette application embarque un antivirus qui pourra scanner chaque nouvelle application installée. C’est très utile surtout si vous aimez installer des APK provenant du Net. Très basique, il n’en reste pas moins efficace.
Une autre fonction utile est le gestionnaire d’applications. Avec lui, vous pourrez voir l’espace occupé par chaque application installée sur votre appareil, faire des sauvegardes des données et même choisir quelles applications lancer au démarrage de votre tablette tactile. En bloquant les applis inutiles, vous gagnerez en vitesse et autonomie. Cerise sur le gâteau, si vous possédez un accès root vous pourrez aussi gérer les applications système et retirer celles qui sont inutiles (bloatware).
Dernier point concernant cette application : elle dispose d’un “booster” de jeux vidéos. Un dossier spécial peut être créé, contenant tous vos jeux. En les lançant depuis ce dossier, l’application va vider la RAM et empêchera d’autres applications de se lancer en arrière-plan afin de laisser un maximum de ressources pour votre jeu vidéo. Pas forcément utile sur des terminaux puissants, cette option peut néanmoins améliorer le confort sur des engins de milieu de gamme plus limités en ressources.
Si cette application vous intéresse, elle peut se télécharger directement sur le Play Store. Elle est entièrement gratuite, mais il faudra faire avec quelques publicités heureusement peu intrusives.
Sachez aussi que Cheetah Mobile a produit d’autres applications qui peuvent fonctionner en synergie avec Clean Master : launcher, navigateur, antivirus, écran de verrouillage. Le choix est vaste et entièrement gratuit.
Clean Master bénéficie de mises à jour régulières et de fonctionnalités avancées. Si votre appareil souffre des ralentissements fréquents, peut-être que la solution est ici !
Certe la plupart des fichiers dit inutiles ou cache mais les diverseux ne sont pas effacer pourtant preine 2go de memoire et quand on t accede le dossier et vide
Bonjour,J’ai également cette appli depuis longtemps et enfaite j’ai un pb : j’avais donc le dossier qui boostai les jeu sur mon écran d’accueil, je l’ai suppr malencontreusement…. Impossible de remettre un dossier booster de jeu sur mon écran d’accueil, j’ai pourtant même essayer de désinstaller réinstaller toute l’appli :'(aidez moi svp …cordialement.
je l’ai depuis longtemps et c’est vrai que je me vois mal m’en passer.
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Bonjour. Bon…Je reçois plusieurs questions via messagerie privée. Comme nous le disons souvent, Pierre et moi, les questions se doivent d’être posées sur le forum, pour que les utilisateurs puissent bénéficier des réponses ou même aider pour une ou des solutions possibles. Je reçois depuis quelque temps une question à savoir si on doit défragmenter Android (cell intelligent). La réponse est NON. Je comprends que des logiciels existent pour faire cette job, mais en réalité ça ne fait que vider les caches de logiciels et autres. Proposé Google Play, les soi-disant défragmenteurs destinés aux téléphones intelligents et tablettes sous Android,offert dans des versions gratuites et aussi dans des versions pros (payante, why not ) étaient sensé améliorer la vitesse, l’autonomie et la gestion de la mémoire de votre terminal. Pfff!!!! C’est de la MotCensuré. Forcément, il s’agit d’un scam. D’un, la mémoire flash n’a pas besoin de se voir défragmenter. De deux, ce genre d’application, lors de son installation, vous demande la permission d’accéder à vos favoris, à votre historique de navigation. En partant, ça part mal n’est-ce pas ? Tout ce que vous avez à faire, une fois de temps en temps, est de vider les caches. N’oubliez pas et gardez en tête, que Android n’est pas Windows, donc faut pas prendre les mêmes habitudes et de transposer les réflexes qu’on a pour Windows et de les appliquer sur Android. Il existe des nettoyeurs de cache, mais moi j’y vais manuellement. Paramètre. ApplicationsLes applications apparaissent, clic dessus, et ensuite clic sur  »vider cache ». Si vous cliquez sur  »Effacer les données », vous affacer les mises à jour et autres paramètres. Pour un jeu, en cliquant sur  »Effacer les données », vous allez supprimer vos résultats de jeu et mises à jour. Quand je parle de résultats, je veux dire par exemple, si vous êtes rendu à tel ou tel tableau dans le jeu, effacer les données aura comme conséquence de vous faire recommencer à zéro… Donc attention pour les jeux. Si vous n’avez pas le goût de le faire manuel, la seul application que je recommenderais seraitApp Cache Cleaner . Je l’ai essayé, et elle est bien.
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Fort heureusement, il n’est pas (encore) nécéssaire d’user de logiciels dedéfragmentationpour vos smartphones. De ce fait, le défragmenteur s’étant invité sur leGoogle PlayStore n’est rien d’autre qu’un vilainscam .

Proposé par Enlightened Software House, le soit-disant défragmenteur destiné aux smartphones et tablettes sous Android, décliné à la fois dans une version gratuite et dans une version Pro (payante, tant qu’à faire !) était sensé améliorer la vitesse, l’autonomie et la gestion de la mémoire de votre terminal. Rien que ça.
Forcément, il s’agit d’un scam. D’une, la mémoire flash n’a pas besoin de se voir défragmenter. De deux, l’application, lors de son installation, vous demande la permission d’accéder à vos favoris, à votre historique de navigation. Dès le départ, c’était louche, n’est-ce pas ?
Oh oui défragmentons une mémoire flash !!!
Un coup à réduire la durée de vie à une vitesse folle.
Vous venez juste d’apprendre le mot  » chez giz…
Les applications qui demandent des millions de droits, y en a un paquet, les gens ne lisent jamais
Pas si sûr, je suis bien d’accord que ce soit inutile sur la mémoire flash mais des tablettes à disque dur existent (j’en possède moi même une bien que je sois un newbie dans la grande famille Android :http://identitools.fr/actu/regard-dun-newbie-sur-android).
Du coup je pose ma question, sur une tablette avec disque dur, est-ce recommandé ?
android > noyau linux > systeme de fichier Ext2,3,4 = pas de fragmentation (donc pas de defragmenteur necessaire).
Pour iOS je sais pas, mais vu qu’il est à priori basé sur UNIX, pas de fragmentation non plus.
ah ces scam visant les windows users…
Comme dit plus haut NE JAMAIS DÉFRAGMENTER DE LA MÉMOIRE FLASH mais uniquement les disques durs.
Sur du Ext la fragmentation est quasi nulle effectivement.
La défragmentation peut être nécessaire sur du FAT. Encore que la partition doit être assez fragmentée pour que les performances chutent drastiquement, contrairement au NTFS qui voit ses perfs chuter plus vite. Mais ce dernier a l’avantage de se fragmenter très peu à l’usage (personnellement je vérifie de temps en temps et il n’y a jamais besoin)
Pour résumer il ne faut plus avoir ce vieux réflexe windowsien de vouloir tout le temps défragmenter.
Hello my family member! I wish to say that this post is amazing, nice written and include almost all significant infos. I’d like to peer more posts like this .
Merci pour cet excellent article qui m’a appris des tas de choses sur le systeme EXT, car je ne connaissais que NTFS et FAT.
Il m’a évité de me laisser tenter par un soit-disant utilitaire androïd, en réalité pompe à pub.
A la rigueur on pourrait avoir à defragmenter une carte SD externe FAT, mais c’est probablement plus sûr de le faire sur son PC, au prix d’une petite manip, que de le confier à un outil douteux.
Cordialement …
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, it’s the same — more speed is better.
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The default apps and settings on Android aren’t always the best if speed is your priority. Making a few changes and keeping your phone free from clutter can give you a quick performance boost.
If your phone has a slower processor or is light on RAM, then maintaining a lean home screen can help speed it up. Live wallpapers and widgets use resources, and the latter can even continue updating in the background.
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you’ll see a completely blank home screen and have to wait a couple of seconds while your icons, widgets, and wallpaper all reload. Keep your home screens tidy to avoid this.
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first.
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, and the ability to speed up your phone is among the best. Custom kernels enable you to tweak how the hardware functions. You can change how quickly the processor ramps up to top speed, or how busy it needs to be before it activates extra cores.
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Greenify runs at the system level to not only close apps, but also prevent them from running at all until you need them. This means it also has the effect of stopping apps from auto-syncing, as well as preventing them from loading when you boot your phone. Greenify is primarilyintended for battery saving

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. A task killer closes background apps to free up RAM. The idea is that free RAM improves performance, but this isn’t true.
Android is designed to keep apps in RAM so they can be restored quickly and will intelligently close apps when it needs to free up extra resources. More importantly, some processes relating to some apps will start up again as soon as they are killed because they need to be running in the background. This constant stopping and starting will slow your phone down far more than if you just leave Android to do the job it was built to do.
For the same reason, there’s no need to be fastidious about manually closing apps. Again, Android manages this automatically.
If Android needs to free up resources, it will close whichever app you haven’t used in a while. If not, there’s no harm leaving them alone, where they will have little or no effect on either performance or battery life.
While we try to avoid generalizations, it’s safe to say you should avoid any non-root app that promises to improve the performance of your phone. This includes RAM boosters, SD card speeder-uppers, and defragmenters. They rarely work, can actually slow your phone down, and are often packed with highly intrusive ads.
Of course, there’s only so far you can go to speed up your phone.You can keep it running fast and smoothfor a while, but sooner or later you’ll hit the limits of the hardware. Then you reach the ultimate speed tip: upgrade to a new device.
In the meantime, give these tips a try and let us know how you get on. Join us in the comments to share your experiences, along with any ideas of your own.
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Because I have CyanogenMod on my OnePlus 2 phone. I don’t suffer from speed issues. I also don’t go installing every app under the sun. I have a few that I use….daily….but nothing that’s « just there » to be there. I try to tell most of my family and friends who have Android phones to keep it as bare bones and minimal as possible, but the problem islot of the major manufacturers always seem to throw in a lot of bloat-ware that the person buying the phone most likely won’t ever use…this is why I went with a Chinese phone maker and with CyanogenMod. If I ever feel the need to change my OS on the phone I would go with Paranoid Android…..AOKP…or something else that’s not mainstream…. I’m not thinking of upgrading or getting rid of this phone anytime soon….and the sped at which it runs now is incredible…and this is WITHOUT any kind of speed-booster or task killer. I guess to those people who need a million apps that all seem to basically d the same thing this article would come in handy, but for me….a minimalist?….I’m good with my current setup.
I will surely makeuseof these tips! Thanks a lot!
I totally disagree. Since marshmallow, task killers don’t work and my battery gets demolished way way way faster. Before marshmallow when ram was cleared regularly by a task killer my phone was way faster and the battery lasted a lot longer. This is on lg g4 and Samsung note 3. Now with the screen off and me sleeping the battery gets depleted overnight even with sync and everything like location off. Upon checking battery usage it always says android os and android system. Before marshmallow I would wake up in the morning with over 90 percent battery. Android does NOT do well with my ram full. Please let us use task killers again!!!
You don’t actually need root access to change apps with startup permission
How to make the smartphone work faster without the use of any app for this.
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Well,It works, but not a lot.Thank you for the tips.
Is it possible to make the smartphone faster without installing an app?
Very useful tips of course ! Thank you.
I think task killers are made to prolong battery life though it makes the phone lag. But I already deleted my Advance Task Killer and installed the Watchdog. Gonna watch out for the difference. :) Thanks a bunch here from the Philippines :D
Hi, I recently (foolishly) downloaded the app android defrag from CNet before I read some of these forums and got educated.Sometime afterwards, I lost my phone number – my phone was simply no longer registered with my provider.I contacted them – apparently they received a message from my phone asking to transfer the number to another SIM, which they apparently did.I now have my number back, minus my credit – fortunately it is prepay, so they only got the balance of that. I don’t like to think what may have happened if the phone was on a plan.And I don’t know what other data they may have mined from my phone, either!
I amnow checking my computer and phone for malware etc., but I am fairly certain that the android defrag app was responsible – I did nothing else that could have triggered something like that.
Evereyone should be aware of the possibility that this app is an active malware.
Had been using task killer since I got my phone. Thanks for the tips.
I have been considering the Cyanogen mods for my Droid and S3
Great article!My Droid 3 is dreadfully slow so I think it is time to Flash a Custom ROM upon it.How about deleting cache and wiping data from apps?Will this speed things up or will it just give you more space?And how about cleaning the Dalvik Cache, will this do anything for you?
You an always usethe built-in recovery option to set your phone to a default state and see if that helps.
Clearing app caches will give you more space, but I don’t think it will speed anything up.
I don’t think clearing the Dalvik Cache will help, either. Android will just recreate it — the data in the cache helps apps work faster.
wow, that is very help me to make my phone more faster
Android file system fragmentation seems very real to me, having ~70 apps (including the ones I can’t get rid of).
I cannot update many of my apps, due to out of memory though having free space both in RAM and on the SD card.
Phone updated to ICS recently, so I hoped that something might have been solved in the update, but I have basically the same problem.
Sometimes, for certain apps be it small or large (not predictable), if the app is moved to the SD card, I might get the update to work if I move the app into phone memory. I might sometimes succeed in updating apps where update is 5MB, whereas small apps of 200kB do not work…
But this « backup way » of moving the app into phone doing the update and back again to SD card does not always work.
Currently available space for me is 2.17 GB (8 GB card) on the SD card, and 39 MB (of 380 MB)
This seems more like a low-memory issues than a file system fragmentation issue. You can try reverting your phone to its hardware default state and reinstalling all your apps, which would definitely fix file system fragmentation (works on Windows, too), but I don’t think that’s the issue.
Task killers sometimes cause than help…
Thanks for the heads up on task killers. I am using ICS.
it is nice and had a clear screen…
LOL defragging an android is so unnecessary.
I think my battery is. drained by the operating system.. I followed your advice and deleted the task killer app and downloaded the watchdog, but don’t have any misbehaving apps. I use to have juice defender but deleted it because it said my device was not rooted and would have to perform a dangerous install fingers crossed.I read your article 100 android apps and was surprised that JD was there. I reloaded it but got the same message. I have a screen shot if you are interested – – just don’t know how to attach it here.
Please reply my phone doesn’t last 8 hours I may have to reload the task killer.
I haven’t tried JuiceDefender myself. You might try asking on MakeUseOf Answers, where you’ll get a lot more responses:http://www.makeuseof.com/answers/
I just received an android notebook. Glad I read this before applying anything more to what is already installed. Thanks
Getting rid of task killer now, i didnt think it was doing anything, this just concludes it
My brother is running this androind,gonna send this him to read,great stuff
task killers is a big nono. just look at your apps, look at the settings, and if there is an option that keeps it on running while on standby, disable it. else, dont use that app it it wasnt needed. you can also kill apps on application section of the settings app, then on running services, choose an app, kill it(with fire)
Thanks, good tips — that’s exactly how to do it. I should’ve gone into identifying and killing misbehaving apps (with fire) a bit more.
clap! clap! that’s what i’ve done to my phone and it works.To add also disabled apps notification that you think you don’t need to be notified :D
Mobile apps are hot today. But hiring a programmer is too expensive. I used snappii.com to make apps. It’s really easy, the web service allows to make mobile apps in minutes, and without programming skills at all. If you are short of time, they can make an app for you very quickly.
how can I identify « missbehaving apps? I mean, except the high resource usage.
Well, if you open the task manager and see apps using lots of CPU in the background, that’s a problem. If they’re using small amounts of CPU while downloading data, that’s to be expected.
In other words, if you’re using an app and then leave it, it shouldn’t be grinding away in the background. It should go to 0 CPU, assuming it’s not downloading anything or performing other actions.
Good article, nothing to toss out here other than what may be slightly off topic.
Learning what/how to use the keys, buttons, combo keys and hotkeys/shortcuts would contribute to overall efficiency and possibly stress reducer.
Just installed FF. Thanks for the tip.
The old Firefox was pretty bad, but the new one is quite good!
What about Dolphin Browser?Any take on it?
Haven’t used it much myself but I’ve heard great things. I’d give it a thumbs up, based on what I’ve heard.
The best thing I have found is using custom ROMS such as cyanogenmod
Especially if you’re using an older device that never got updates or one that’s packed with bloatware, sure!
Flashed a Viewsonic G -Tablet several times as updates were available. Now running Honeycomb and it works well. It actually increased the speed of the unit. Just follow directions on the flashing and all will go well.
Definitely, upgrading the OS will help a lot — Android 4.1 on my Nexus 7 is pretty amazing.
I believe apps running in the background consume more power as it takes electricity to store on RAM cells and they periodically use CPU on 5 to 10 % which further consume power, am I wrong ?
If they’re using CPU, this will definitely use battery power. However, they’re not supposed to use CPU (unless they’re downloading stuff or performing other actions). If they’re randomly using CPU in the background, they’re misbehaving.
I don’t believe it takes more electricity to store stuff in RAM. In other words, if you have 2GB of RAM, it takes the same amount of electricity to store data in it than it does to store nothing — for example, all 0’s.
What will take electricity is writing data to the RAM — if an app is killed and then opened later, it will take electricity to place it in RAM. If it was left in RAM, that electricity wouldn’t be used.
but, if it is a 0, that means there is no electricity running through the transistor. so it would make sense that ram not being actively used and refreshed would use less power
This is getting really low-level for me, but I’ve never seen any indication that empty RAM uses less power. If it does use more power, it must be minuscule.
I’ve read that Task Killers actually do help if you’re using a VERY old device or one of the low-end devices that you get on the cheap.I’ve personally tried some different task killers on a Kyocera Zio from Cricket Wireless and they actually make a difference, albeit a small one.By the way, don’t hate me for messing around with a crappy Cricket phone–my brother-in-law bought it, not me!I still use my trusty (but ancient) Nokia 6630! ;)
That’s a good point. I’ve heard ancient Android OSes didn’t do as good a job, so task killers were once helpful. Assuming you’re using a reasonably modern Android (even Gingerbread), task killers won’t help.
The Zio is running Android 2.2.1 Froyo.I’ve ready many comments by people saying that it’s simply better and faster to just restart the phone and start « fresh. »While that may be true for newer and more powerful phones, this Zio is soooo slow that it’s actually faster to just use the Task Killer to free up the memory and restart the services than to actually wait 3-5 minutes before the phone becomes usable after a restart.I swear, it’s just like using my old Pentium III Gateway pc and waiting 5 minutes for Windows to load back in the day, except now the computer is in the palm of my hand! :P
Wow, that is extremely slow. My condolences!
No task killers, no live wallpapers, decent clock settings (as battery is concerned), also I try to keep the apps to a minimum. I usually take off apps I don’t use regularly – less events the system has to keep track of.
Also facebook. That app wakes the phone like Donkey from Shrek – every 5 minutes. Also, when managing my autostart list, disabling apps, I also disable all widgets (the Widget Updating event). The only widget I use is the analog clock.
I also check for wakelocks regularly and fine tune when necessarily.
That’s my recipe for a fast android device.
That’s a good point. If apps are running in the background, removing them will help (although this may help more for battery life than performance).
I’ve definitely heard bad things about Facebook for Android.
Watching for wakelocks is getting geekier again, but it will help you squeeze more battery life out of your device.
Less background processing time = more battery time = better performance when needed.
Yes I quit the task killer since it didn’t appear to help.
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Bonjour, En fait, y’a pas de défragmentation à faire sous Linux, donc sous Android aussi. (mémoire flash) Si tu trouves une application de ce type, c’est pas pour défragmenter ton appareil mais pour choper d’autres infos…
Salut, S’il existait un réel besoin physique de défragmenter une mémoire flash, il me semble que la fonction serait implémentée depuis longtemps dans les terminaux les utilisant. Donc, pour moi, c’est une question qui n’a pas de sens puisque ce type de mémoire n’est pas physique au même terme qu’un disque Bon Dimanche
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Bonjour, existe-t-il une appli pour défragmenter la tablette ? D’avance merci pour vos réponses.
J’utilise avec satisfaction CCleaner.
Bonjour nanne030La gestion des fichiers sur android étant différente , la fragmentation n’existe pas. En conséquence pas de défragmentation.
Comme Plautin j’ai installé CCleaner et fait du nettoyage.Par contre je n’ai pas osé nettoyer la partie « ram », processus… Puis-je le faire sans crainte ? D’une manière générale peut-on tout nettoyer sans crainte ? Sinon quels sont les risques ? Merci pour vos conseils.
Bonjour nanne, plautin Je me répète peut être mais sur android on ne defragmente pas la ram. Par contre si vous voulez nettoyer la ram et liberer des fichiers inutiles ou vides ,vous installez CleanMasterl’appli la plus simple et la plus efficace. Le risque est de vider certains fichiers de leur contenu si vous n,effectuez pas une bonne sélection avant nettoyage.

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Avoid apps that claim to defragment your Android device.Regardless of what the app descriptions might say, youdo notneed to defragment your Android device. Android devices use flash storage, which is not affected by file fragmentation like traditional hard drives are. In fact, defragmenting your Android will only serve to wear out the storage, lessening the lifespan of the device. [1]Instead of defragmenting the device, try some other ways to speed it up.

Uninstall old apps you don’t use anymore.If your storage is getting full, your Android device may take longer to perform tasks. Removing old apps that you no longer have a use for can free up a lot of space and get your device moving again. [2]

To uninstall apps, open the Settings app and find the « Apps » or « Applications » option. Find the app you want to remove in the « Downloaded » tab. Tap the app and then tap « Uninstall » to remove it.

Remove unused apps and widgets from your Home screens.If you have too many widgets or many pages of app shortcuts on your Home screens, your phone will likely lag every time the Home screens are loaded. Removing widgets you don’t use can dramatically increase performance.

To remove widgets and app shortcuts, press and hold on the object on your Home screen and then drag it to the « Remove » or Trashcan icon.

Install a newer web browser.The stock Android web browser is one of the most common causes of slowdown, especially on older devices. This is because the stock browser is only updated when the system is updated, so devices running older versions of Android are stuck with an outdated web browser.

Chrome and Firefox are both popular Android browsers that are compatible with most devices. You can get either one for free from the Google Play Store.

Disable Live Wallpapers.Android allows you to use animated and interactive wallpapers, but these can seriously slow down older devices. Switch to a static image if your device is lagging whenever you open the Home screen.
Close open apps and tabs.Android does a pretty good job of monitoring your system resource usage and automatically suspending apps, but sometimes apps go awry and need to be closed manually. Press the Recent button on your device (bottom-right), and then swipe away all of the apps that appear. This will close each of these apps and potentially increase your device’s performance.

Avoid task killer apps, as these prevent your Android from performing its automated system resource handling. Closing apps with task killers will often lead to worse performance.

Clear out your storage.Much like deleting your old apps, clearing out your device’s storage can help speed things up if it’s getting full. There are a few places you can check for files taking up space.

Your Downloads folder will often fill up over time with random downloads. Review the files here and clean out anything you don’t need.
Pictures can take up a lot of space on your device. Backup any pictures you want to save to your computer or Google Photos, and then delete them from the device. SeeHow to Transfer Photos from Android to Computerfor detailed instructions.
Music files are another common storage-hogging culprit. Review your library and decide if there are any songs you want to get rid of. Many streaming services allow you to save songs for offline listening, so be sure to check those apps as well.

My android phone freezes sometimes, what can I do?
Get more space, uninstall apps you don’t need or use. Delete photos that you don’t need either.
How do I know which apps I can disable or remove?
Ask Google, or just do it. It will give you a warning if you’re about to delete something important for the Android’s functioning.
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Android devices should not be defragmented. Defragmenting an Android device will not lead to any performance gains, as flash memory is not affected by fragmentation. Defragmenting a flash drive (like the one Android device’s use) will actually shorten its lifespan. If your Android phone or tablet is performing poorly, there are several steps you can take to try to increase performance.
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Earlier today, an eager marketing person suggested we review an innovative new app that every Android user like totally needs, dude – Android Defrag. Created byEnlightened Software House , the app promised to « Increase your Android Mobile & Tablets Performance Speeds, Battery and Memory Today. » There was a Pro version too, and it only cost a buck – what a deal! Here, check out this gem’s full description:
Increase your Android Mobile & Tablets Performance Speeds, Battery and Memory Today with the NEW Android Defrag PRO version direct from Andriod Google Play Store! ★ Designed for Top Andriod Mobile & Tablet Performance! Enhanced Android Defrag PRO doesn’t just provide simple defragmentation, It also streamlines your file system, enabling your Android to run at top speed with the highest stability possible. ★ One Touch Smart Defrag! Enhanced Android Defrag PRO works effortlessly, continually and constantly keeping your Android Mobile & Table lag and fragment-free. ★ New Intelligent Android Performance Enhancing Technology! Android Defrag PRO uses new Android Performance Enhancing technology which allows you to defrag files effortlessly directly from your Android Mobile & tablet for the first time. ★ Android Defrag PRO VersionOver 2 times faster Defrag Speed & battery optimization.No Advertisements Andriod Defrag PRO provides extremely intelligent, fast, efficient One Touch defragmentation to your Android Mobile & tablet for Faster File Loading, Higher Disk Performance and Faster Start up times, it also removes harmful unwanted files.Fragmented files are the cause of 80% of your Android Mobile & Tablets performance degradation, slowing down and draining your battery. At the touch of a button Android Defrag PRO for only 0.99c will meticulously keep your Android Mobile and Tablet running at its Top Performance Speed. Download Android Defrag PRO from the Play Store today and own the most powerful and intelligently designed award-winning Android Mobile Defrag software today!
Here are the screenshots from the Play Store. Holy crap, we could all be fragmented and need this app ASAP. Right?
Wrong. Android uses flash memory, and flash memory does not benefit from defragmentation because fragmentation does not slow it down in the first place. In fact just the opposite – defragmentation only makes things worse by decreasing flash memory’s lifetime. Don’t take my word for it -Google it .
This app (still currentlyvisible on Appbrain-image mirror ) and any other defrag app you’ll ever see for Android are going to be some sorts of scam in one way or another. In this case, Android Defrag asked for permissions to read browser history and bookmarks as well as network communication. Who knows what it was going to do with this information and where this farmed data would end up? I don’t, and neither will you because I reported this app to Google, andReto Meierhimself quickly confirmed that:
Oh, and those 5-star ratings – oh so fake:
You picked the wrong promotional technique, Enlightened Software House. And in doing so, you helped create this PSA, which will hopefully serve as a warning to those looking for information on Android defragmentation apps in the future. And for that I thank you.
Props to Google and Reto Meier for their swift actions.
Articles like this is why AP is my number 1 go to blog.
I wonder when My Clean PC will release their app.
My Clean Droid. It gave my OG DroidJelly Bean and super fast 4G LTE HSDPA+++++!
In addition to this, the app can’t even see where the data actually is. That colorful graph there is meaningless.
Forgot to mention this, updated with confirmation of that from Reto too. Thanks.
No problem. I’ve got a SSD in my new rig so I’ve learned the ins and outs of flash media. Best thing you can do to a PC by the way. Incredible.
It asked me for way less permissions then most apps and it did make my phone faster right after i used it, i liked this app, not happy
I hope you’re being sarcastic. It did not make your phone faster. If you understand how flash memory works, then you know that there is literally no way « defragmenting » files which are stored on it will make it faster. On flash memory that is made up of multiple chips of NAND, it would actually make it slower. But because of the way flash memory is handled, it doesn’t even get defragmented. The OS sees what it may think is fragmented data, but the memory controller handles where things are actually written to, and the OS can’t even see that.
SD cards might be different if they’re a single NAND chip, but internal memory in newer phones that don’t have an SD card may very well be made up of multiple chips. I honestly do not know but it wouldn’t surprise me. In either case it can do absolutely nothing useful. All it will do is force things to be re-written to the drive which will do nothing but increase wear. After a certain point a NAND gate will not reliably hold information and it will become unusable. All this is doing is making that time come nearer.
On good media, that time will long outlast the device, so it’s not normally an issue. Who knows with cheap SD cards though, and if the internal memory is shot…well you’ll just be getting a new phone entirely.
Sorry about the rant, I’m really tired.
Unlike the life of a magnetic memory, where the life of the device is measured in years, no matter how many times, a read/write operation is done on it, a flash drive has its life measured in number of read/writes. Its usually in a couple of million read/writes. So this supposed defrag app, will actually decrease the life of the drive, by issuing thousands of read/writes in a very small timeframe. This is the same reason its not a good idea to have a torrent client on your phone.
That is if this app is even trying to access your flash drive in the first place!! It just looks interested in getting your browser history to sell it to e-marketing companies!!
Yep, defragmenting just kills your flash memory faster. Thanks for the PSA.
Always figured people should know these things. Good PSA anyhow!
And virus scanners and task killers too…
Well, task killers are not ‘scam’ per se… as they do what exactly what they set out to do, which is kill tasks. It’s just that killing tasks does more harm than improve performance…
A task killer is necessary in case an app hangs and you need to kill it. An automatic task killer, on the other hand, is something the Android OS doesn’t need.
what does an automatic task killer do?
Close applications periodically, but the OS still starts them back wasting resources and killing battery.
so Go Task manager or ATK does not good for CM9 if i use it regularly ??
Kills tasks with a blanket ‘Kill All’ on a regular basis, without the user hitting a Kill button.
Most phones have something built in that can do that but many of these people don’t know how to operate their phones. IPhones were made for people like that.
Thank you for repeating what I meant.
Thank you very much, clear article, didn’t know that (and didn’t want to defrag also)
Artem, you’re wrong. Some Archos devices with HDD Android.
Only half wrong in that case. Yes, at that point there might be a purpose. But it’s still a scam, an app dev doesn’t have access to where bits are stored on the physical drive.
OK, yes, a very tiny percentage of devices out there have HDDs (ARCHOS is the only one I can think of), but the points stand – apps can’t defrag, and more importantly, all defrag apps market themselves as universal, applicable to all Android devices.
The app’s quoted description is a lump of crap with multiple references to Android PRO Version, blah, blah, blah. Oh and hopefully it was THEY who misspelled Android at least three times. ;)
Nice job, shut them down like a boss…
No! it doesn’t, it’s basically a thumb drive built into your phone.
I wonder how many Windows PC users they managed to dupe into buying a PRO license. Just goes to show you that you can deliver just about any end result to the user with the right combination of words and graphics.
Can’t download what isn’t available in the Play Store. I’m not sure if you read the article in full now :)
And if such people do exist, then they somehow downloaded an app that no longer exists after reading the title that says not to. I’d like to slap such people but doubt anyone is that stupid.
I don’t understand why you’d reference how many « Windows PC users » they managed to dupe. Windows users are as likely, if not less likely to think this is legit as other users. (Maybe not Linux, because most Linux users understand a thing or two about computers. That being said, some Linux users are purely software, rather than hardware, still not knowing the difference between Flash Memory). Being a Windows user, I’m slightly offended that you’d assume Windows users are less intelligent.
This is the same thing with solid state drives on pc.
i dont know why would people think they need to defrag the android device. i know we think is powerful like a computer but flash memory isnt the same as you hard drive but then again im not like most people when it comes to phones and computers
Meanwhile, a root app such as SD Maid is actually useful at helping you clean up stuff.
If only an App could solve Android device/version fragmentation….
On a related note, as an avid custom ROM flasher I wonder if my flash memory is wearing out much faster than needed… what with all the Data/System formatting, cache Wiping, etc, etc. Any thoughts on this?
It probably is. That being said, it’s designed to last for years and years to begin with. The phone will be outdated/dead/in a garbage dump long before the flash memory dies in most circumstances.
Pretty sure that when you wipe data/system, it just rewrites the reference blocks(? the thingy that points to where the data is, not the actual data itself.) at least, thats how i remember hearing how these type of things work.
Doing that stuff is likely putting negligible extra wear on your flash memory. I wouldn’t worry about it at all.
By the time you’ve worn out your flash memory, you will have probably moved onto SEVERAL generations of new devices by then. In other words, don’t sweat it.
defragging it is not negligible if you do it regularly. one or two times, ok, no harm done, but once a week would be enough to snowball pretty fast.
I wasn’t talking about defragging at all. Read the post above mine and then mine again.
I was talking about wiping caches, formatting, and flashing new ROMs. That has nothing to do with the strenuous act of defragging on flash memory.
flashing is only writing to each section once, maybe twice (format, then write) whereas a defrag is going to write to each section MANY times as it moves files around. It’s those many writes that are bad for the flash memory.
As other commenters have stated, regular flashing shouldn’t be an issue. At least not until you are a few devices down the road.
NAND memory will last for about 100,000 write cycles or more. Some manufacturers remap memory on the fly to spread the write cycles around. You need to flash a LOT of ROMs to get close to the 100,000 mark. Some of the people at dangerous prototypes set out to find out exactly how many it took, and they got 11,494,069. That’s 11 million writes.

http://dangerousprototypes.com/2010/05/25/prototype-flash_destroyer/

Amazing people want to trick you like this.
its Amazing, yet not surprising.
sorry posted on a comment*
It asked me for way less permissions then most apps and it did make my phone faster right after i used it, i like this app and i hate my phone being so slow
let me guess you use MyCleanPc With CyberShield too don’t you!
This app worked pretty well on my HTC, i decompiled the apk and had a look at the code, i cant seem to find anything suspicious.
Well maybe nothing malicious per se, but the thing is defragging a SSD/flash drive is just bad.
I have this app and it crashed once so I looked to see if there was something on the store to replace it and came across this forum. I have to agree with Ronald I have an HTC Sensation and after the ‘defrag’ my phone is running so much smoother.
Going from the startup screen information when I put my phone on. I have 130 different things installed so when scrolling through the menu screens or going back to the home screen it was feeling a little sticky and taking a few seconds to load up. But since installing this piece of software things have been much improved, although I did notice that t the graphic meant nothing. I was really surprised to read this review.
Just wanted to clarify that I gained improvement when I used the software on the phones internal memory.
But people keep telling me that Android fragmentation is a big problem. Surely this is the solution?
That was so bad. Yet, I knew someone would do it.
Different type of fragmentation! They’re talking about having mobile phones by different companies allow for different android experience for everyone. For example, Samsung’s touchwiz vs HTCs sense. Compatibility and stuff too.
Yeah, it was a joke, but thanks for replying 3 months later with your incorrect explanation.
But I thought you weretalking about a different type of fragmentation?
Award for the scammiest way of making money.
Yea, defrag is bad for SSDs. I used to defrag my Ultrabook at first but luckily I found out soon enough not to do it.
Ok, so defragmentation is not suitable for androids; this is true, however, i highly doubt the developers of this app would be ‘scammers’ as you have implied them to be. Who is to say they did not create an app that provided the same results as defragmentation, just using different methods? Everyone who knows their phones would be familiar with the concept of defragmentation and what it does, and so using the word ‘defragmentation’ would immediately seem to be an obvious choice to attract the right target market. Im not an expert, but I’m assuming that the aim of this app would be to accommodate specifically to android users BECAUSE defragmentation is not possible with androids. If defragmentation is not possible, then of course, everyone, including myself, would be looking for the next best thing. Ok, so fair enough i think they were in the wrong to suggest the app does defragment android phones, but that seems like a minor mislead . It seems to me you are attacking this app inappropriately, given that you have jumped straight to the conclusion that these people are somehow scamming and suspicious? On what grounds can you even make that accusation? If this app were called something else you would not even have anything to work with in regards to attacking Enlightened Software House. Very unprofessional in my opinion. Most app developers are aware of the rules and the consequences of developing legitimate apps, and as you promptly demonstrated, it is all too easy for their work to be criticised and taken down from the market. So I doubt anyone would waste their time or money on the development of an app if they were aware of such consequences. It may not ‘defragment’ your phone per say, but i bet that it would probably give an almost exact result to that of a defragmentation app. If i were to download this application and receive close or identical results then there is no reason i would not recommend this app to others. Its a small price to pay for all the trouble it prevents. I don’t think it is suspicious, i think it is purely a minor error in their strategies, and that if anyone were to be accused of cheating people for a quick dollar, it would be you, given you are quick too quick to judge just so you can get your quick dollar from writing this junk.
Ok, so defragmentation is not suitable for androids; this is true, however, i highly doubt the developers of this app would be ‘scammers’ as you have implied them to be. Who is to say they did not create an app that provided the same results as defragmentation, just using different methods? Everyone who knows their phones would be familiar with the concept of defragmentation and what it does, and so using the word ‘defragmentation’ would immediately seem to be an obvious choice to attract the right target market. Im not an expert, but I’m assuming that the aim of this app would be to accommodate specifically to android users BECAUSE defragmentation is not possible with androids. If defragmentation is not possible, then of course, everyone, including myself, would be looking for the next best thing. Ok, so fair enough i think they were in the wrong to suggest the app does defragment android phones, but that seems like a minor mislead . It seems to me you are attacking this app inappropriately, given that you have jumped straight to the conclusion that these people are somehow scamming and suspicious? On what grounds can you even make that accusation? If this app were called something else you would not even have anything to work with in regards to attacking Enlightened Software House. Very unprofessional in my opinion. Most app developers are aware of the rules and the consequences of developing legitimate apps, and as you promptly demonstrated, it is all too easy for their work to be criticised and taken down from the market. So I doubt anyone would waste their time or money on the development of an app if they were aware of such consequences. It may not ‘defragment’ your phone per say, but i bet that it would probably give an almost exact result to that of a defragmentation app. If i were to download this application and receive close or identical results then there is no reason i would not recommend this app to others. Its a small price to pay for all the trouble it prevents. I don’t think it is suspicious, i think it is purely a minor error in their strategies, and that if anyone were to be accused of cheating people for a quick dollar, it would be you, given you are quick too quick to judge just so you can get your quick dollar from writing this junk.
Maybe your one of the developers who does not know anything
omfg really ITS FLASH STORAGE why in ;asnfpoiaunpoiawsnf would u think that defraging a static object that doesnt have to spin or use a control arm or has ANY OF THE LIMITATIONS of a magnetic medium would require freakin deframenting. THIS HURTS your storage my god.
Cmon it’s the placebo effect. Tell people it cures what ailes them and sure enough they will swear their phone runs faster.
Reported. I suggest others do the sane.
They need a way that you can report an app without installing it first…
EDIT: Scratch that, can in the mobile Play store, just not in the web play store. Reported all 3 of their apps.
Did they add this line since their first ban?
« Note: Defragmentation is not permitted on a Mobile flash memory drive. Our software works in a similar way by moving, removing and repairing unwanted cache files and freeing up your Memory and RAM by killing unwanted tasks.
If you have any technical problems or issues (including Google employees) please feel free to contact us at anytime and we will fix it ASAP. »
So basically it’s reverted to just a cache cleaner/task killer? Why is it still called Defrag Pro then?
Thank you for the PSA. It is always good to have information like this.
My Galaxy Nexus has a 7200 rpm hard drive right?
No! it doesn’t, it’s basically a thumb drive built into your phone.
I call BS. Cut one open and show me.
No HD. that’s the vibrator motor you’re feeling. ;)
yet it is still faster than S4’s 1g SD Card that clocks in at 3627.5mpr.
thanks AP, I actually was thinking of any ways my LG G2X could be faster, phew
I looked at there app and description its fine? Way better then most of the rubbish on the market
LMAO, you guys are all so dumb, just blindly following what the article tells you, these developers obviously took your recommendations and fixed the problem, which was obviously just the description, you are all so caught up on the word « defrag » lmao they dont say any of what your saying anymore. Whats wrong with this
Description
Android Mobile & Tablets Performance Speed Enhancer and History EraserDownload the PRO versions direct from Google Play Store.
Clears History Searches, Kills excess Tasks increasing Battery Life, all at the touch of a button!★ PERMANENTLY ERASES INTERNET SEARCH HISTORY
★ Created by Young Australian Developers
★ Cleans Memory Caches / Deletes Corrupted Files / Increases Performance!
★ Report Section detailing Used Memory / Free Memory / Repaired Files and Memory Usage PIE Chart!
★ Streamlined design for ease of use (KISS Principle) for your Android Mobile & Tablet!
★ Select either Phone Memory or SD Card from your list and click Defrag, it’s that easy!
★ Beautiful User Friendly Interface Design!
★ Auto Landscape Application Lock to prevent corrupted files or an interrupted Defrag!
★ Android Defrag PRO™ Features:
® Over 60% faster than Lite Version
® Better battery optimization
® Kills tasks
® Removes Search History
® No Advertisements during ReportNote: Defragmentation is not permitted on a Mobile flash memory drive. Our software works in a similar way by moving, removing and repairing unwanted cache files and freeing up your Memory and RAM by killing unwanted tasks.If you have any technical problems or issues (including Google employees) please feel free to contact us at anytime and we will fix it ASAP.
Thank you so much for all the support.
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i know wats its like to be a developer and have to deal with stupid stuff like this, from pretty stupid people like you. I also know the Google Policies like the back of my hand, and it looks like they have done an excellent job in meeting all these guidelines.
This might just be me, but Artem it seems like you have some kind of alerterative motives for posting something like this (Helping Promote some other utility app im sure). Guess its time to start looking for another Android Forum
Couldn’t have said it better myself… This artem guy definitely seems suspicious. No doubt he is trying to savatage these poor develops for his own alliterative motives. As any good researcher would say, seek a second opinion. This app seems to have been wrongly attacked.
Oh and PS: ARTEM LEARN TO READ. Its in black and white you imbecile;
Defragmentation is not permitted on a Mobile flash memory drive. Our software works in a similar way by moving, removing and repairing unwanted cache files and freeing up your Memory and RAM by killing unwanted tasks.If you have any technical problems or issues (including Google employees) please feel free to contact us at anytime and we will fix it ASAP.
Alliterative motives you say? That made me genuinely laugh.
The spelling and grammar are hilarious on this thread eh?
The app is called « Defrag ».
The UI mimics the familiar desktop defrag utilities.
It says « Estimated disk usage before defrag », « Estimated disk usage after defrag ».
The legend for the graphics says blue is Defraggged Files, Red is Fragged files, green is Unmovable Files.
Adding an obscure disclaimer (« defrag is not permitted on mobile flash… » – as if it is a matter of permission and not physical design), does not excuse them from misleading their customers.
I don’t know Artem personally, so I can’t say if he is an imbecile as you called him or not… but I can recognize a con when I see one. This app is one.
Yeah, Artem is one of the stupiderest literators around. I’ve been using his crappy articles to make my phone suckier for several years now. I’ll probably even use his sucky advice to help me choose my next phone and make it suck more too.
He should start a marriage advice blog so we can seek out ALL deficient shit that doesn’t work as promised and avoid the basics which work just fine lolz..
« Its in black and white you imbecile; »
Period in place of the semicolon. Please use proper English grammar. It’s sabotage. Use spell check if you need too: your very act of typing causes English to disintegrate and hundreds of writers to simultaneously wince.
« This artem guy definitely seems suspicious. No doubt he is trying to
savatage these poor develops for his own alliterative motives. »
—->
« This GG_34095 guy definitely seems suspicious. No doubt he is trying to
sabotage these very insulted and unimpressed android users for his own alliterative motives. »
Yet another hilarious misspelling of ulterior. « alerterative »? I’m dying here. Guess you finally discovered your crapware was ejected from the Play Store and found the reason why. Go work on software that is actually valuable and I guarantee you this won’t happen to it.
Hmmm, did they « fixed the problem » or did they just adjust the description and left the software the same? The screenshots are the same, showing a typically hard disk defrag.
Lmfao, sounds like this vulcan_rider is one of the devs or a user that has ties with them. Read the fine print FLASH DOESN’T NEED DEFRAG’D, say it with me….FLASH DOESN’T NEED DEFRAG’D…there we go. Now I use Android Assistant which is an all around task killer and it has other handl little tools like an App to SD card alert and it will scan for any apps installed showing whether or not any apps can be moved to sd storage. Also has a file manager section, save battery settings adjuster, ringer, etc all in a handy little section. Also had an « ignore list » which allows the user to ignore certain apps so they won’t get killed or show up in the active apps list. Another nice function is the startup manager for those pesky apps that start running upon restarting your droid, which with my Sprint Galaxy S Epic 4g has quite a few factory apps and my own donwloaded apps that startup with a restart. I’m a user of Android Assistant, not a dev or in any way affiliated with them. I’ve got it installed on my wifes, buddies and in-laws droids and my buddy was thoroughly impressed that his battery life improved because our Epics EAT battery via running tasks and screen brightness/timeout, not to mention the slide out keyboard which is backlit at times too and with the save battery settings section of the app you can easily adjust the screen settings with very user friendly interface.
Oh wait did I mention it was FREE? Yes it is people F R E E, no need to pay for a meaningless app and if you don’t like Android Assistant there are plenty of other free apps on the market that do the same, or similiar to AA, which I’ve weeded through enough to know that AA is by far the best in my opinion.
Removed? A quick Play Store search indicates that the app is still available…
Wow had no idea flash memory was what is used for droids, glad I gooled it instead of hooked it up to my pc and defrag’d anyway. Thank you PSA, be using you blogs/site for all my droid questions from now on
this app is back up on google play,so what is the point to this article.Oh i get it ,it,s all about the MONEY
Except Android doesn’t offer any APIs to perform disk defragging, so these apps are still nothing but scam/spam.
thanks guy for this information..unfortunately,i already download this apps. Now, i uninstalled back but my scumbag brain keeps telling that this apps have make my android faster.
Technically, a defragmented file will read faster than a fragmented file, no matter what type of memory it is (HD, Flash, etc.). It is not technically correct to say that there is NO benefit. The question is, would it be a difference you would see? The answer is no. Also, the problem is as stated, that it would shorten the life of your Android’s memory, because it is only good for so many reads/writes. So the « Con » far outweighs the « Pro » and that makes this app a scam, due to their claim! Now if it could defrag HD’s connected vi USB, then THAT would be a beneficial app (as long as they removed the current claim)! I have often connected 5 or 6 USB devices to my tablet thru a 12 port USB stick that has its own power source. :)
Yeah, and it’s back, so don’t congratulate google so much yet.
Looks like its back. Search Adroid Defrag in play store
I would not say defragmentation is a scam from my experience
These are the best defragging programs I just connect the android to pc when my android sped down and soon as i found this link i ran the program with the highest amount of raves and like magic it was working like new and after that i did the same for my lagging mp3 players and everything loaded for me without a problem so id say try it!

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you have to be fucking retarded to believe your phone would need defragmentation…
Awesome thank you saved me a lot of heartache
Just want to say thank you. I was getting ready to download the microsoft defrag.
Thanks, keep up the good work. Its greatly appreciated!
too late, i installed this on my archos 80 g9 about two weeks ago and defragged the shit out of it without knowing this. i regret it. what should i do?
Yep, I figured I would come across an article like this. The screenshots you took with the systm memory analyzed is pretty much about the same picture as my phone. And if you look at the permissions, it’ll ask for a lot of stuff that you people didn’t know. So yeah that should also be added to the article. Thanks for the heads up.
You might want to know about another fraudulent app currently in the Google Play Store about defragging your Android:
Yet another scam to steer clear of.
lol at that « Kurt » guy on the last comment
well its not entirely off intention. I/O can slow over time. and now 4.3 has TRIM. Without getting too technical, Android 4.3 now includes support for TRIM; a paging channel which tells an eMMC or SSD controller that a block is no longer used, and as such, it is ready for deletion. In a nutshell, this new system will stop the aforementioned issues from happening. Thus, the new Nexus devices will not become sluggish after extended periods of time/usage.
This is the question HOW ANDROID FLASH MEMORY WORKS, IF DEFRAG REDUSES THE MEMORY LIFE? The plain old matrix memory was developed such way that each cell on matrix was charged with a little negativ volt (like -0.2volt) and high (like -0.5volt), which zero or one. And program was made with 0010101010100000111 form. The Hard Drive had the same but during DEFRAG the short pieces of program cut-pasted togather. If the flash memory is semiconductor with p-n diods how memory cells, the cut-past function should not reduce flash memory space. If the flash memory is the mirror on Server then the Server Network Manager may control space on it during defrag. How far I am from truth?
Thanks, for this good information. Keep up the good work. :)
Android Magazine Issue 43 – 2014 UK: page 12 – « 10 Things To Help Improve Device Performance : #10 Choose to defrag – Defragging is a quick way of removing the junk files that are hogging some of your device’s precious RAM. There are plenty of defragging apps on the Google Play store that will thoroughly scan your phone and remove these files for you. » kill processes, you mean…? Yes, I do that often. Defrag? No, haven’t yet and never willl. Clean cache and do a System Clear, yes, obviously.
Even well-known magazines give wrong advice to unsuspecting readers? I knew that flash didn’t require defrag but what about other people?
thanks really helpful thread and worded simple for those of use who are. lol
Had a sidekick 4g which after several years, having a water damaged body, and a motherboard that was run over by a car, had slowed down tremendously to where it was practically unusable. Ran a defragmenter, and BOOM, ran like new again.
Now I’m not saying your article is complete unsubstantiated bullshit clickbait and you’ve hopefully ran your car off of a bridge in the 4+ years since it was posted but…
Oh wait no, that’s exactly what I’m saying.
How often do you use virtual reality products (that you own)?

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Hey Guys,
Thanks for all of your support in the building of our app. Today was a big day for us as we released our Android Defrag Pro, you will notice we worked really hard at making it a user friendly interface. Everyone kept saying to us why isnt their a defrag, so we went and made one, we would appreciate if you guys would download it and let us know how it works or if there are any bugs so we can fix it, and if you guys love it please feel free to leave a glowing review.
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and if you have any questions feel free to contact us atcontact@enightenedapps.com

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it is my understanding that it is both unnecessary and harmful to attempt to defrag flash memory.
unnecessary because it does not improve performance or capacity, and harmful because it can reduce the lifespan of the flash memory.

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it is my understanding that it is both unnecessary and harmful to attempt to defrag flash memory.
unnecessary because it does not improve performance or capacity, and harmful because it can reduce the lifespan of the flash memory.

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it is my understanding that it is both unnecessary and harmful to attempt to defrag flash memory.
unnecessary because it does not improve performance or capacity, and harmful because it can reduce the lifespan of the flash memory.

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Hey Everyone, it seems everybody is really getting caught up on the word « defrag », Maybe it was the wrong choice for the title, but all the app does is work at increasing your performance by clearing cache and optimizing RAM

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Originally Posted byenlightenedapps
Hey Everyone, it seems everybody is really getting caught up on the word « defrag », Maybe it was the wrong choice for the title.

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Originally Posted byenlightenedapps
Hey Everyone, it seems everybody is really getting caught up on the word « defrag », Maybe it was the wrong choice for the title, but all the app does is work at increasing your performance by clearing cache and optimizing RAM

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But I have to be honest with you. Using the term « defrag » incorrectly, makes me not really trust your app. It makes me wonder if you really know your stuff and know what you’re doing. I’m not trying to rude or mean, I’m just being honest with you.

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Thanks for the clarification. That’s not defraging. Defraging is when you eliminate file fragmentation, meaning one file is saved in more than one physical location on the hard-drive. Fragmentation on a spinning magnetic harddrive slows everything down because the drive has to access more than one place to open or save a file, and in extreme cases can reduce the hard drive life.
Since flash storage has no moving parts, there’s no performance issue with having fragmented files. And since flash memory has a limited number or read/writes, the defrag process can reduce it’s life because you are doing lots of unnecessary reads/writes.
I’m not sure what you mean by « optimizing » RAM, but it sounds like you’re talking about a cache cleaner and task manager/task killer.FYI, Task Killers are something else that is unnecessary detrimental to Android.
But I have to be honest with you. Using the term « defrag » incorrectly, makes me not really trust your app. It makes me wonder if you really know your stuff and know what you’re doing. I’m not trying to rude or mean, I’m just being honest with you.

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With android it is a push pull effect to say. Task killer you kill that app and guess what android will just reopen and doing this will decrease battery. There are some really articles on the subject from Google and jerry on ac.
As for this app it falls same category as task killers and antivirus apps. Feeds on folks fear the world is ending and if they don’t protect themselves like there windows PC then all is bad.
Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Xparent Cyan Tapatalk 2

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Just to follow up: why are task killers bad? I use Android Assistant to periodically clean up; should I stop?

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With the help of defragmentation we can speed up our android mobile phones.we can get this from the google play store easily.To defragment your android you need to follow following steps:
-Connect your Android Mobile to PC using USB cable
-Go to removable storage and Select the « Tools » tab.
-Click on « Defragment Now » option

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With the help of defragmentation we can speed up our android mobile phones.we can get this from the google play store easily.To defragment your android you need to follow following steps:
-Connect your Android Mobile to PC using USB cable
-Go to removable storage and Select the « Tools » tab.
-Click on « Defragment Now » option

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These are the best defragging programs I just connect the android to pc when my android sped down and soon as i found this link i ran the program with the highest amount of raves and like magic it was working like new and after that i did the same for my lagging mp3 players and everything loaded without a problem try it! Five Best Disk Defragmentation Tools

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i would love to try this app but the link you set up is not found.

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which phone are talking about ??? no go on a galaxy nexus

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I tried to download this and it says item not found. What happened?

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Why are you guys still trying to try apps that are scams?

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can all the experts on here please explain to me (tho i dont disagree about the defragging theory) why it is if android is so great at ram management, why do they suck so bad at preventing programs from lagging or occasionally forcing closed an app that is currently being used because its low on ram? Personally i hate android for a phone OS. And i hate needing so many apps when i first get it just to make it functional but ill complain about that elsewhere.

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Can anyone help me out? I own a Archos 70 250GB, I got 51 GB free space. Is there a Archos 70 250GB disk defrag app? Or I do nothing? I am looking at the 750GB drive upgrade and someone said to hold off because there might be a 1TB drive that’ll fit in the Archos 70. Anyway, should I defrag the 250GB drive?
Thank you for your help. Ed

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First let me start by saying that I’m not an expert, but I do read and try to understand how this stuff works. I’d definitely recommend reading some expert articles on the topic. Jerry has writted a good one, I think. That being said, I’ll do my best to explain to get you started.
Android uses the same approach as Linux for RAM management (which is very different than Windows, which most people are familiar with). The Linux/Android approach says, there’s no point to having free RAM; if RAM is free then it’s being wasted. So Android keeps recent apps in RAM even after you close them out. This enables you to reopen apps quickly (and using less battery), not lose your state when multitasking, etc. But to prevent lag or crashes, Android will automatically free up RAM as it needs it.
For example, lets say you recently used the Browser, Angry Birds, and GMail. All those app might still be in RAM (along with your launcher and all the needed background processes, etc). This will let you get back to any of those apps quickly and using less battery. But if you open something new, lets say Maps, and Maps needs more RAM then is currently available, Android will remove old apps from RAM to free up enough memory for Maps. So basically it might kill the Browser and Angry Birds to free memory from Maps.
This is why Android phones almost always appear to be « out of RAM » because the OS is designed to keep your RAM full. The older versions of Android (pre-froyo I think) didn’t do this very well, and automatic task killers were born. But now Android does a really good job of managing RAM and it’s really never necessary to kill an app to free up memory. (It might be necessary to kill an app if it’s locked up or causing other problems.)
I hope that made sense.

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I know some people are going to disagree with me or call me stupid, but whatever. i plugged my phone in to my PC and ran a clean scan and defrag on it, and my phone run likes new. my ram was always at 80% used. and for the last 4 days it hasn;t gone above 60%. long term effects are unknown at the time but it’s good so far. i also scanned it with a anti virus on my pc and had no problems. i didnt spend 600 dollars on a phone i spent 150 and my phone is running just as fast as my friends iphone 5. which in my opinion is garbage. i can take a crap in a box if someone want to pay 500 dollars for it. i even have slim i crap too hahahah

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Hello, I tried to open the app’s page from the link that was given out from the reply of the new app to defrag android phone’s but the link wouldn’t open?
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You used to love your Android phone, but now that it has slowed down considerably, the bloom is off the rose. When you hit the home button or launch a new app, it takes what seems like an eternity to switch to the new task or back to the desktop. Maybe your device has become so slow that letters appear a second or two after you type them. Fortunately, you can speed up your phone in less than 5 minutes if you use these simple tips. Talk about a quickie!
Editor’s Note:The menus, particularly the settings, may look different on your phone than in the screen shots below, which were taken on a couple devices with different versions of Android. However, the steps are the same.
Over time, your programs write to the app cache on your phone and eat up precious system resources while slowing everything down. To purge the cache:
1.Navigate to the storage menuin Settings. Here you’ll see exactly how much cache space is in use.
You can also use a third-party app such asApp Cache Cleaner , which will automatically purge your cache automatically on a regular schedule.
Your phone can come preloaded with as many as two dozen apps from the carrier and third parties such as Amazon. If you don’t use these apps, you should get rid of them, because they can run in the background, even if you’ve never opened them. For example, a recent Verizon phone we received had the NFL Mobile app in memory at all times, right out of the box.
Unfortunately, unless you have rooted your phone (a complex process that likely voids your warranty), you can’t delete preloaded apps. But you can « disable » them so that they can’t run in the background, update themselves or appear in your app drawer. To disable an app:
1.Navigate to the Applications Managerin Settings. You may have to tap Applications and then Application Manager.
2.Swipe over to the « All » tabto see a complete list of apps on your phone.
3.Select the appyou want to get rid of.
4.Tap Disable or Uninstall.If you tap « Uninstall » and then the button changes to say « Disable, » tap it again to disable.
By default, the Chrome browser uses uses only 128MB of available RAM, but you can quadruple that limit and get smoother performance as a result. To increase Chrome’s RAM usage:
1.Navigate to chrome://flags/#max-tiles-for-interest-areaor, if that’s too much typing for you, just go to chrome://flags and scroll down until you see the « Maximum tiles for interest area » section.
2.Select 512from the pulldown menu. You open the menu by tapping on the word « default. »
Every time you come back to the home screen or navigate around the app drawer, Android shows you some cool-looking transition effects. However, as nice as these look, they also take more time than just redrawing the screen right away. To disable animations:
1.Navigate to About Phonein settings.
2.Tap the Build number seven times.You’ll get a message saying that Developer Mode is enabled. If you already have Developer mode enabled on your phone, you don’t need to do this.
3.Navigate to Developer Optionsin settings. This menu only appears after you’ve enabled developer mode.
6.Select Transition animation scale and Animation duration scale and set each to off.
It’s really cute the first time you see your lock screen ripple like a pond when you swipe to open the phone. By the 10th time, you just don’t want to wait the extra second or two for the animation. To disable lock screen animations:
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Best Defragmenter For Android – Make Your Device Fast Again!
First of all, before starting, you need to understand what a Defrag process means. Defrag is a process  to organize your data in your hardisk to quicken the data processing and optimizing the speed of one’s computer. Defragmenter in one computer can be used to re-arranging all the data structure that is stored on one hard disk and organize it based on alphabetical order. Using data defragmenter can make your computer/android device much more faster.
So have you realize the importance of defragmenting? You see, a smart phone is categorize as a small computer. You might notice that your phone is becoming slower and slower each months of usage. Well, it is because your phone are full of stuff that you don’t even need. The only thing that you could do are either factory resets, or defragment it. Which is why, here in roonby. We will give you a list of apps that will help you defragment your android phone with a single click.
After creating and removing files, data on the storage unit (be it internal or external) fragments and the device may and will become slower in time. An average defragmentation would take between 1-5 minutes depending on device.
Other features are: SD card boosting, device cleaning (both require root); and folder monitoring. There’s also one last feature called MOAPT, that’s fully described inside the application.
CDA uses the Cache Package Data Observer class to keep your device clean. The method is called in order to get the best results.
The CDA App, is actually one of the easiest defragment apps to be use, with just a single click. You will be able to re arrange your cache easily. It doesn’t even take too much time too. Although the only thing that is annoying is the screen which is only in red blue green stripes.
Cache Defrag Free! We help you to prevent your smartphone from getting slower and slower. Apps and files become bigger and bigger and require more resources, which will make your phone slower. With Cache Defrag you are able to do something about it.
This app is pretty helpful if you combine it with any storage devices cleaner app like clean master to clean out all the junk in your phone. The app does what defrag should do and it does it in a timely manner. If you use it correctly, it will returned your phone or even faster than the first time you turned it on. Although the app is free, it has ads in it, but not that annoying. Just so so.

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How can I do the defragment for my s4 (android 4.3) without using apps?

Not needed.

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Why do you think it’s necessary?

just to speed up the system, after downloading and delete many apps, the system is turned slow somehow

You can clean cache which may help. Try this apphttps://play.google.com/store/apps/d…nmaster.mguard

Also just an FYI that the general rule of thumb is that no SSD/NAND drives should be defragmented.

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just to speed up the system, after downloading and delete many apps, the system is turned slow somehow
You can clean cache which may help. Try this apphttps://play.google.com/store/apps/d…nmaster.mguard

Also just an FYI that the general rule of thumb is that no SSD/NAND drives should be defragmented.
Galaxy Note 4, White, AT&T, 128 GB SD

I saidnoSSDshouldbe defragmented. That is an accurate statement. It isn’t a matter of need. SSD drives will die a premature death from defrag and because of the nature of the memory and the « current » state of SSD drives you can’t see any performance difference anyway. Data isn’t stored the same way as on a hard disk so if you elect to defrag, go for it.

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Printing and file transfer tips
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