Even with more and more memory, Android smartphones need to be controlled to ensure that consumption is not exaggerated. It should be looked at by app and verified that there are no abuses or out of control in this.
Although it is not a simple and direct task, it is possible and gives all the necessary information to the user. Today we show you the simplest way and without resorting to any special app or configuration on Android.
Know where to look for data on Android
Knowing and controlling memory consumption on Android is a important process. This is how they detect apps and services that may be causing a smartphone to slow down or that will be consuming resources unnecessarily.
To know these values and identify problems, you must first activate Android Developer Mode. The way to do this has been explained before and it is a simple process. Then they must access this mode in the option System (or similar).
Know the consumption of apps
Inside you should find the option RAM memory, which you must select. They immediately have access to information on memory consumption, not only in the recent period, but also in wider time windows in the recent past.
When choosing the latter option, they will have access to detailed consumption data. For each app, consumption in the same time periods will be shown. These data are ordered by consumption and immediately give an image of memory consumption.
Memory data for each smartphone
Finally, and if you want, you can choose each of the apps and see more detailed data about the memory consumptions that are happening. There you can find the average consumption, the frequency of use or the maximum consumption value.
This is a process that you can repeat periodically to discover problems on a smartphone. Apps that consume the most memory can be serious candidates for removal and thus free up resources for other areas and more important apps.