6 Causes of Slow Android Internet Connection


6 Causes of Slow Android Internet Connection


Blogmagz.com - This is a cause that makes your Android internet connection feel slow. The internet is information and communication media that have become mandatory requirements for smartphone users from all over the world. Indonesia is one country that takes part in internet problems, but unfortunately the speed of internet in Indonesia is very bad. That means, if we, as people who like Facebook, feel slow, it's normal - it's natural because not all areas or areas can be fast.

All Android devices have different internet connectivity such as Samsung Galaxy, Oppo, Lenovo, Asus Zenfone, Xiaomi, HTC, LG, Motorola, Nexus, Huawai, Oneplus, Andromax Smartfren, Sony Experia, Axioo, Acer, Meizu, and many others.

You must know that your smartphone or tablet internet access (speed) you do not depend on the signal or network provider, but the software and other hardware must also help support such as RAM, processor, application browser, social media application, and more.

Causes of Slow Internet Connection

For those of you who have problems with slow android internet connections and want to know the cause of the problem, this time I will share some things about the problem. Causes of slow internet connections can vary, and one of the most important is the area or region when you access the internet.

If you access the internet in the forest or rural areas, then you must be aware that the scope of the signal in this field is usually still weak, different from the area that has many signals and is not blocked by mountains like the city.

For more details about the causes of slow android internet connections, see the following brief reviews.

1. Unstable Internet Network

Unstable internet networks usually occur in rural areas or forests. Especially if it happens after it rains, the signal will definitely go up and down is not clear. A distant area from BTS is not as good as an area close to BTS, so you must be able to tolerate this problem.

What's more, Indonesia has many mountains and forests that can be a barrier to operator signals. If this happens, it will be better if you have to decide to choose a network in 3G only or GPRS mode. If only at 3G, make sure your area is full of operator signals, whereas if you select GPRS alone (select if the operator signal goes up and down.) then of course the connection is not as fast as 3G.

2. The number of applications runs in the background

Application that runs in the background that we often find. If you mention there are so many applications, and to ensure all social media and messengers must run in the background like BBM, Facebook Messenger, Wechat, WhatsApp, Path, Twitter, Instagram, and more.

All applications above, don't count other applications that like updates like games, Google Play Store, or other applications. Just imagine, if for example one application requires 20 KB per minute. If, for example, you have 10 applications running in the background, then you can calculate the data consumption needed for all of these applications themselves.

The solution is to try to deactivate some applications to access the internet. Use additional applications such as Mobiwol to deactivate the application.

3. The pile of android junk files that have never been removed

Stack of garbage files is always the main culprit on Android smartphones and tablets. Not only on an internet connection, but on the Android performance itself. Cache files or garbage files exist when you run all applications, whether it's a history, while, or anything. The solution, of course, you have to delete it with a cleaner application.

Cleansing applications that you can use include net master, CCleaner, Cleaner, CM Booster, 1 tap cleaner, and many other cleaning applications. You can get the application from the Google Play Store for free. In addition to using the application, you can clean the garbage files manually, but it will definitely be more complicated and time consuming.

4. Incorrect network settings

Setting errors on the network makes the connection feel slow or can not even access the internet at all. Error in managing proxy, VPN, username, password and so on will produce a slow internet connection on your Android smartphone. If you have never done this section, then it might not be a part that makes your Android internet connection slow.

5. Attacked by malware or viruses

Malware or evil virus can be the main cause of Android feels heavy and slow, especially on internet connections. Most likely, if you install the application from a third party that is not trusted. Installation files or APK files can be malicious malware if we are not careful, because it would be better to always download and install the application directly from the Google Play Store directly.

6. Smartphone capabilities decrease from time to time

Each device certainly has weaknesses in terms of performance, especially Android smartphones. Not all devices can last for years. In order for Android smartphone performance to remain optimal and function properly, of course we have to take care of smartphones too.

This is a brief review of the causes of slow and slow Android internet connections, hopefully it can be helpful and useful. If there is something you want to ask or say, please write in the comments column below. Thank you!!