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|Robert de Leeuw - vrijdag 20 februari 2015 11:24:40|
|My Nexus 7 (2012) got updated to Android 5. It became really slow. I found some really usefull tips to speed up my Nexus 7 again.|
A lot of tips on the internet are about removing unused apps and clearing caches, of course this helps. But tips your rarely find seem to have bigger impact.
I found that:
2)going into keyboard settings and choosing holo theme
3)keyboard settings -> gesture typing -> turn off dynamic floating preview helped a lot.
4)turn off google voice input
Swipe down twice from the top of the screen in order to access the settings toggle menu.
Tap on the wrench-shaped icon near the top-right of the screen to open the settings page. Alternatively, access the settings “app” by navigating to it through the regular app drawer.
Scroll down to the “Personal” section and tap on “Language & input.”
Scroll to the “Keyboard & input methods” section and select “Google voice typing.”
The third option from the top should be “”Ok Google” Detection.” Tap that to reveal the settings page shown at the top of this post.
The first toggle is to turn the “Ok Google” voice search option on or off. Ensure the toggle switch is to the left (grey) for “off” rather than to the right (blue) for “on.”
The tweaks are available within the settings of all recent Android phones in a section called “Developer options.”
This section might be hidden on some phones, but it’s very easy to access. On many phones, you just have to open a certain page in the settings and tap a button seven times. Use Google to figure out how to enable Developer options on your phone if it’s currently hidden (for example, search “enable developer options HTC One”).
Once you have access to Developer options, simply scroll until you find the following three settings, which may be located on the main screen or within an “Advanced” subsection:
Window animation scale
Transition animation scale
Animator animation scale
Tapping each of the three aforementioned settings will reveal that it’s set to “1x” by default. If you want to speed up your phone or tablet dramatically, simply change each of those three settings to “.5x” — that’s it.
This trick's been around a little while, so you may already be familiar with it. But if you're new to Android or just upgraded to a new phone and forgot about this, here's what you do:
Make sure developer options are enabled. If they're not, go to Settings > About phone, then tap on Build number several times to enable it
Go to Settings > Developer options, and scroll down to Window animation scale, Transition animation scale, and Animator duration scale.
Tap on each of the animation options and turn them off.
If you believe that your Android 5.0.2 Lollipop installation process has been corrupted in any way, try clearing your cache partition. To do this, you’ll need to follow these basic steps that outline the process:
Press and hold Power and Volume Down buttons simultaneously until you see something other than Google on the screen.
You should see a large arrow at the top of the screen.
Tap Volume Down repeatedly until you see Recovery in the arrow. Then tap the Power button
You should see an android on his back, chest open with a red triangle and exclamation mark.
While holding Power button tap Volume Up once then release Power.
You should now see a list of items at top of screen.
Tap Volume Down until the item to erase or wipe the cache partition is highlighted. Then tap Power button to initiate.
Status messages will appear at the bottom of the screen. Be patient – it can take 10-15 minutes to complete. When done restart the Nexus.
Installeren Ligtning Launcher: Schijnt erg snel te zijn
Turn off: Auto rotate
I don't like this, I have read that users have good experience with it. I think it criples my devices so I keep it turned ON.
I will be testing these tips on a very slow LG L5 my mom has. I will report back about my findings.