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How To Make Your Smartphone Faster + Speed Up Tutorial

It’s frustrating to spend several thousands of Benjamin's [money] on a high-end smartphone only to find that the smooth and speedy performance you expected remains elusive. Mid-rangers and the budget end of the market are even more prone to stuttering and lag. There are various ways to speed up that Android performance, and a few things you can do to make it feel faster.


Imagine; You tap the home button but you get home before your phone does... Ahh! 😤😡😠...
You can make your Android device feel snappier by reducing or turning off some of animations. You’ll need to enable Developer options in order to do this. Go to Settings > About phone and scroll down to the System section to look for Build number. Tap on it seven times and you should see a message about being a developer. You can now go back to the previous menu and you should see Developer options listed under System. Head in there and scroll down to find Window animation scale, Transition animation scale, and Animator duration scale. Tap each in turn and set it to .5x or off. Pick an option and find out what suits you, if you don’t like just go back in and change the values again.
I personally have window animation turned off on my device.


This causes a major lags on a some Chinese phones I've had access to..
Most of us end up adding a list of different accounts to our Android devices and we allow them to automatically sync in the background to pull in new data and provide us with updates. All this syncing has a big impact on performance, not to mention battery life.
You could go to Settings and find Auto-sync under Accounts (as seen above) and just turn it off altogether, but that will be too drastic for most people. Instead why not just reduce the sync frequency and remove any accounts you don’t really need? For a lot of apps, like Facebook, you’ll need to open up the app and find the settings to reduce the sync frequency.


BLOATWARES,,🤔 malwares? 😭 they eat up😪 ram With time 😢.
Bet, You certainly don’t want to allow apps that you never use to take up space on your device and potentially eat into system resources. Go to Settings > Apps and swipe over to the All tab. Take a good long look down the list and identify the apps you don’t want or need. If you’re in doubt about what any of them do then it’s time to hit Google and check.
Now, tap on any app you don’t want and then choose Uninstall or, if the option is not there to uninstall, tap Disable. Disabled apps will be listed in a new tab, so you can always enable them again in future if you change your mind.
You should also take a look in Settings > Apps at the Running tab. Some apps want to be running all the time and they can seriously impact on performance. Think carefully about whether you need what’s listed there.
I personally don't keep apps I don't make use of especially, Facebook and Messenger jeez! Zuckerberg's Space mongers...🙃
I prefer Facebook lite or messenger lite.. I think you have to.



Cached data for apps should help them to load more quickly, but it can build up over time to take up quite a lot of space and there will potentially be cached data in there for apps that you no longer use. Sometimes clearing cached data for an app can also help clear up flaky behavior, Yes, especially on browsers.
If you want to pick individual apps then head into Settings > Apps and slide over the All tab and tap on the relevant app then choose Clear cache. If you’ve decided to just clear the whole lot then go to Settings > Storage and tap on Cached data and then tap OK.

CLEAN UP YOUR HOME SCREEN [little or no widgets]

If you choose to use live wallpaper then consider replacing it with a good static image. You should also clean away any unused icons and limit your widgets to the essentials. The less cluttered your home screen is, the better in terms of performance.
Also do good to make use of static black background image like me..

The latest software will often contain bug fixes and general improvements and it can help your Android device to run better. Software updates tend to come OTA (Over The Air) and you should be automatically prompted to install them, but it doesn’t hurt to check. Go to Settings > About device > Software update and check for updates.
But, update files can be so large..with little bug fixes.
The same logic applies to apps, so fire up the Play Store, open the menu at the top left and tap My Apps and make sure all of the apps you use are up to date..


This is a drastic step,👻, I recommend that you do a factory reset periodically if you want your device running in tip-top condition. It’s a shortcut to cleaning up your device and getting rid of any junk you’ve accumulated, but it means wiping all of the data and settings. If you decide to try it then make sure you back up everything that’s important to you first. You can find the option to do it in Settings > Backup & reset > Factory data reset.

Your device can be laggy because of too much processes running in background, even after attempting the above solutions.
Not to worry, A.Y is here to help;
You’ll need to enable Developer options in order to do this. Go to Settings > About phone and scroll down to the System section to look for Build number. Tap on it seven times and you should see a message about being a developer. You can now go back to the previous menu and you should see Developer options listed under System. Head in there and scroll down to find Background Process Limit, Click and select > At most 2 processes or At most 3 processes.

But, After a reboot it goes back to default, do the same process all over and enjoy flawless multitasking.
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How to Install Samsung Virtual Assistant Bixby on Any Samsung Devices

Its no longer news that Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ was launched last week along side Samsung very own assistant called Bixby.

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Samsung's Bixby is the new kid on the block of personal digital assistants and is likely to face a rough reception in a neighborhood dominated by tech sector rivals. Bixby is an AI system that's designed to make device interaction easier, specifically designed to avoid the complexity of increasingly fully-featured devices. Exclusively made available to Samsung Galaxy S8 devices, but is designed to work across a range of Samsung products.

Bixby works like Apple's Siri, Amazon's Alexa, Google's Assistant and Microsoft's Cortana.
Bixby understand your natural language, all you need to do is give complete information and Bixby will interpret it and take action.

Since it’s made available to only Galaxy S8 &S8+, an XDA member has been able to make it work on older Samsung devices that run Android Nougat.

Here is how;

  • First of all make sure your Samsung device is running Android Nougat
  • Download and install Samsung Galaxy S8 launcher here
  • Download and install Bixby apk here
  • or download alternatively here
  • Go to S8 launcher setting by long pressing on home screen
  • Activate Bixby

Reboot your device and swipe left from your home screen to harness the full functionality of Bixby.

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How to Increase Website Traffic | GET HUGE TRAFFIC VISITOR TO YOUR SITE

Just like the saying, Rome was not built in a day so you have to walk your way to the top of the chart.

Have you ever been suffering from how to get huge traffic to your blog, website, url links, social links or you need likes on your promotional images, comments on any of your post, YouTube video likes and the related? Then do business with us.

Traffics received are not robot, not machines, not bot, nor spam, its AdSense save…. It has been used by most of my clients and doesn’t have effect on their AdSense.

Buy 20,000 traffic at an affordable price of #1,000 for a week and 100,000 traffic at #5,060 for a month. Isn’t that cool?

80% of the traffic comes from the USA through the medium of social link, direct link, referral and the likes.

But have you ever asked yourself why do i need traffics?
  • To get clicks on your Google ads? 
  • To get comments? 
  • To improve your alexa ranking? 
  • To get more eyeballs on your brand? 
  • To get people to your email list?
However, it might be from any of these reasons but am telling you the best is to be for the last option which is to build an email list.

There are many conventional ways to create traffics to your blog.
  • Join or create a facebook group 
  • Share your posts on relevant content communities
  • Create evergreen contents
  • Host a give away. Everyone likes free stuff
  • Announce your latest post to your Instagram followers
  • Share your post on multiple google + communities
  • Write captivating and mind blowing contents that forces people to click read and share your Post
  • Going to popular blog and drop a popping and mind blowing contents
  • Using Facebook ads…etc

All these I term hard and slow ways to get traffics…. Well am not encouraging you to engage in all these at once if you choose this type… You can just pick 3 methods at a time and concentrate on it constantly, the traffic will start generating with time…

And as you’ve been hearing or saying that blogging is not easy and it involves money then you shouldn’t find it difficult to spend a token to get traffics to your blog.

To get 20k/100k traffics to your blog
Make a payment of the amount of traffic you want into one of the account stated below.

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A payment of N5,060 means you're paying for a traffic of 100k+ for a month.

After payment write to us via our email or sms:

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What to be in the content of your message:

  1. Your website or blog URL
  2. Your active email
  3. Your active phone number
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  6. The payment made


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Send this as email or text…..

Once received we will get back to you in the next 30 minutes.

It takes 2 to 3 days for your order to be activated so exercise patience once you’ve heard from us.

Once the order is activated you will also hear from us and we will send you your tracking ID where you can see the numbers of clicks.

Please always come to check this payment details before making your payment in case of Post modification.

After you’ve completed an order, drop your comment how satisfactory or letter of happiness in the box provided below before your next order.

There are discount on referrals when you purchase your own order. So bring in your friends.

You can skyrocket your daily page view by making your blog content captivating so that once people get into your home page there will be a lot that can hook them down to click on other post…

So i will advice you use a theme that can help you to display more of your blog picture post and also drop a home page of your site URL.

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Things you should know before buying a Laptop

If you are willing to buy a laptop, there are several things you should consider before buying going for it » Be it Mac » or Windows » Laptop. 

No one wants a good looking designed system or one that has a very high hard drive space that hangs for hours.

But to avoid such Faith Here are 4 things you should consider before buying a Laptop » :


Most individuals focus on the hard drive space, because they plan on storing photos, songs, games, movies etc. on their new device.

But shall it profit you if you have a lots of space, but have to wait for several hours before an application loads?

The trick is if you want your device to be fast, you have to buy a fast storage.

Anything from 7200rpm (Revolution Per Minute) will do.



Don’t buy a Laptop » runs with a ram size below 4Gb.

If you happen to be a serious photo/ video editor or a gamer who wants lots of fast RAM then make sure you buy a PC with a 64-bit processor and Windows 7 64-bit.

Without getting too technical, the 32- bit version of Windows can’t use more than 4GB of system memory (actually less, thanks to graphics) so you need a 64-bit system if you plan to buy more than 4GB of system memory.


Say NO to Intel Pentium processors, gone are the days when they were the best money could buy.

We are now in the Intel Core series era, you should try the second generation series… Core i3, Core i5, or Core i7.


Although processors, RAM and the hard drive speed makes a big difference in the performance of a laptop, however these two output devices are something you will be using throughout the existence of the device.

The best laptop keyboards are the ones with firm support underneath the
entire keyboard structure.

Considering that you might be need to type in a low light or dark room, you should buy a laptop with LED-Backlit keyboards

The best touchpads have excellent sensitivity and minimal lag so the cursor on the screen moves precisely along with your fingertip on the touchpad. Larger touchpads are generally a good thing (particularly if you plan on using multi-touch gestures on the touchpad surface).

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What To Do When Your Android Phone Falls In Water

My younger brother was using my Android device on a Monday morning, mistakenly he drop it and unfortunately inside a bucket full of water.
A lot of people are confused on what to do when there phone fell off into a water bucket or in a pool because it happens to me too and doing the necessary things will easily revive your phone back and making a small mistake can cost you your device easily. 

And it mostly happens with girls/women who are always doing one thing or the other near or beside water, which will finally result in risking your phone to fall on water or even terminate the life expectancy of your phone.

Ability to calm down yourself and do what is necessary will yield to success in reviving your phone but contrary will permanently damage your device. This post is intended to raise awareness on what to do (and not to do) after a device has been soaked in water or liquid.

So you got your Android phone wet and now it’s not working normally, or may not even be turning on. Well, that’s unfortunate but frankly speaking, there’s only so much that you can do about it. 

Unless you are electronics savvy or have a knack for things electronics, fixing a liquid-damaged Android phone is beyond you. If your phone has already stopped responding after attempts to power it on (which you must never do after soaking the device in water!), it may be too late.

What to do when your device has been soaked in water

Turn it off

It may be your first instinct to test whether your gadget actually works. But just a few seconds could make a difference in whether it survives. As soon as it plunges into that toilet, fish it out and turn it off.

DON’T: Don’t turn it on to check to see if it still works. Putting pressure on the keys could shift liquid farther into the device.

Remove Sim Card and Peripherals

Take off those covers, remove the SD Cards and SIM Cards — any possible thing that can be removed to dry on its own. The more areas of the phone that can air out, the better. Some phones, like the iPhone, don’t have a removable battery. Unfortunately, you’ll just have to skip this step and hope for the best if you dunk one of them.

DON’T: SIM cards can survive a bath, but definitely not heat. Don’t stick your phone in the oven, even on low. The heat can warp your phone’s circuits and melt its internal components. You shouldn’t use a blow dryer either. A fan might help, but a microwave is out of the question.

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Suck out the Liquid

If you have a vacuum cleaner with small nozzle attachments you can use that, or use a straw to perform reverse CPR on your phone’s orifices. Get an empty bowl and set it down next to you. If we’re talking about an iPhone, you’re going to want to focus on the earphone port, the earpiece, the microphone port and the charger area. Every time you suck in some liquid, spit it into the bowl to avoid swallowing any sort of weird mechanical chemicals. If the phone fell in the toilet, this is not a good idea, please, skip this is to overcharge the handset so that the build-up of heat is gradual and not excessive, but this carries all the risks you’d expect with running a current through wet circuitry.

DON’T: Don’t try shaking your phone to expel water. Instead, use a dry cotton cloth or towel to dry off the external portions of your phone a much as you can. It only increases the possibility of water getting inside the circuits.

Rice and Silica

Just because your phone is dry on the outside, doesn’t mean it’s dry on the inside. To take care of that, fill a bowl with uncooked rice and bury your phone in it. The rice wicks away the moisture trapped inside your phone, ensuring that it is completely dry inside and out.

You can also fill a plastic baggy with silica packets (those little packets that you find in shoe boxes) and drop your phone in into it. Silica is a desiccant that sucks up water moisture, so it’s perfect for drying a wet smartphone.

Another simple method is to place the phone in front of an air conditioner. The cold air won’t damage the phone and the dry air from the air conditioner makes the water to evaporate quickly.

Whether you choose the rice method or the silica method, you’ll have to leave your phone in the bowl or bag for about three days to make sure that all of the moisture has been removed.
Turn your phone back on

After you’ve waited at least 24 hours, it’s time for the moment of truth. Reassemble your phone, charge it and try to power it on. Bending a pipe cleaner to brush against the edges of your gadget ports is also helpful to gauge the amount of moisture remaining. If it still looks wet, put it back in the bowl and wait another day. If it’s totally dry, turn it on and see how it works.

Is your warranty still valid?

Check to see if the liquid contact indicator (LCI), a small white sticker, turned red when it came into contact with water. Manufacturers place LCIs on their products to use as a litmus test when deciding warranty claims. In most cases, they can refuse to fix or replace your handset if the LCI has been triggered.

Final Verdict

After utilising the above tips on a soaked device but still your device is not normal either it doesn't boot up or some function has stop working, then you need to visit a professional repairer for extensive repairing and maintenance because this water stuff can easily damage your device so easily.

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