Android Marshmallow comes with lots of new feature and Google trying to give more information to its Android users in compared of iOS.In this post we will talk about RAM manager it is a new core feature in Android Marshmallow using this function you can tweak your memory related settings like if any app takes more space in your RAM and because of this your Smartphone’s performance is decreasing so you can easily remove such kind of bloat apps from your Android device.So if your device performance seems out of luck then RAM Manager be your first stops to check related problem.
Here we will see how to find RAM manager in Android Marshmallow and what kind of information you will see when you use this new feature in your Android Marshmallow device.
- Open Settings section in your Android Marshmallow Smartphone.
- Now scroll down and tap on Memory tab.
Here you will see an overview of your phone’s memory usage in the past three hours.In this screen you will see performance rating, Total Memory usage in your phone, Average used of your memory, and the free RAM available to use.
You can also change the time period for RAM manager shows for your memory usage by default it will show for last three hours but you can also change this for that tap on the link that says 3 hours now you can select the time stamp from given option (6 hours, 12 hours or 1 day).
- If you want to see that how much memory used by apps installed on Android Marshmallow device then simply tap on which says Memory used by apps.
- On the next screen, you will see all the apps along with their memory usage in your Android device.
- Now you can look for particular app memory usage in your device simply tap on the desired app from the list it will show you how much memory this app eating along with its maximum usage in past three hours (by default) and running frequency of that app.To know more details about this app simply tap on “i” icon it will show you how much storage the app usage, data usage by this app and details about the permissions and other information.
- If any app creating a problem for you then simply you can force stop or uninstall it from your device for that click on the menu (three dots in upper right corner) and tap on Force stop.
Also, See Doze Mode on Android Marshmallow.
If you find that your device’s RAM is not creating any trouble than there is no need to tweak the RAM manager but it’s a good idea to know about your Phone’s RAM using RAM manager in Android marshmallow.
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