Android mobile market is increasing day by day and Android market is killing IOS because Android is a platform that give freedom to have latest updates that iOS developers are failing to provide. In this tutorial we will provide Things to do Before Updating Android Phone. Now android mobile manufacturers are concentrating more in providing Firmware Over-the-Air (FOTA) and Over The Air update (OTA) for mobile phone. These updated can be minor firmware updates or a upgrade android version. Both the updates are from the official manufacturers. These updates are provided for the better performance and works as patch to the bugs present in the ROM.
Well, sometime the updates make the mobile worsts. The manufacturing company developers sometime provide update just to make to believe that you are not left over by the company and latest updates. The situation in which when you mobile performance is slow can be by 2 reasons.
Reason 1 :- You (us) are responsible for the bad performance
Reason 2 :- Some bugs present in the update that is responsible for bad performance
so now the question is what should we do to avoid/tackle these situation.
so here is
Things to do Before Updating Android Phone solutions
Solution For Reason 1
Updating the phone but official updated is a easy process but updating in correct way is more meaningful. Updates are completely tested by the developers so the reason behind the slow performance can be mostly Us. Before you update you mobile you should follow the below steps that can be helpful for better performance and patching process.
- Firstly take backup of your data.
- Charge you phone till battery level is full
- After a successful data backup you should do a factory reset.
- After doing a full reset you should Wipe your cache from the boot menu.
Reason for doing full format/hard reset android because some time some file and apps that are coming from the new updates conflict from the existing apps and data. The system file of the present phone are not overwrite by the new updates and hence these can give rise to the Force Stop error. Frequent popup of Unfortunately android .process.acore or android .process.anyting are the result of this so my suggestion do wipe data and do a full reset.
Solution For Reason 2
As I said earlier that the updates from the manufactures are tested but sometimes those are not full stable. If you performance of you mobile is down because of the update then you can report that bug the to the developers and ask them to patch them. If feel that the developers are not giving the patch update then you should go with the downgrade. Downgrading is not recommend to the newbies.
This was the tutorial on Things to do Before Updating Android Phone by us. We recommend you Firstly try to solve the problem by the reason 1 solution and if you are still not getting the proper performance of the mobile then try downgrading (Not Recommended for noobs). If you have full prepare your mind for the downgrading then comment below SolutionExist will help you with the process.