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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Manage Internal Memory with 5 Easy Ways

Internal memory or also known as RAM is one of important component inside your Samsung Galaxy SIII that used by the phone to store running apps or open docs/files. Managing RAM properly is something that you should do to keep the phone works well and avoid the phone from the problem caused by low internal memory, such as the device become slow, the apps suddenly closes, etc.

5 things to manage RAM
There are some steps that you can do to manage RAM, such as:
  1. Restart the phone regularly
    This is the most common first aid used by the user to solve any problems on the device. Restarting the device will make it to refresh and be able to fix some problems. Do this by pressing and holding the Power button then on pop up menu select Restart.
  2. Don't use live wallpaper
    If your phone is running slow, it may be caused by low memory. Using the live wallpaper may be the one that cause it to happen. You can choose to select the wallpaper from Gallery apps or from the default wallpaper provided by Samsung.
    See also: How to Use Picture on Gallery Apps as Wallpaper on Samsung Galaxy S3
  3. Use Home screen as needed
    As we know that Samsung Galaxy SIII allows the user to use up to seven Home screen. You can customize each of them as you wants. Unfortunately, these Home screen will increase the memory use. So, if your phone becomes slow then try to remove some Home screen from your phone.
    See also: How to Remove Home Screen on Samsung Galaxy S3
  4. Use Widgets on Home screen as needed
    Some of widget that need to update information or widgets with animation will also increase memory use. Remove them or remove unused widgets is one things that you should consider to do if you noticed that your phone becomes slow.
    See also: How to Remove widgets on Samsung Galaxy S3
  5. Manage Application
    Manage apps will also help to keep the apps works well, such as keep application updated, clear apps cache and data, etc.
    See also: How to Manage Apps in Samsung Galaxy S3

These 5 things will be able to help you manage RAM, increase performance and avoid the phone encountering some problems that may occurs because the low internal memory. However, if you have your own way to manage internal memory and it's not listed here, then I'll be more than happy if you willing to share them through the comment below :)


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