HTC Desire 820, released in September 2014 is one of the first 64-bit Android Smartphone which kick started the use of 64 bit processors in mobile phone technology. It houses a giant 5.5inch display with resolution of 720*1280pixels and pixel density of 267ppi, providing a good visual experience. This monstrous sized Smartphone comes preinstalled with Android v4.4.2 Kit Kat operating on 64 bit Octa core Snapdragon 615 chipset clocked at 1.5GHz accompanied with 2GB RAM and Adreno 405 GPU. As a result of global selfie revolution HTC has provided this Smartphone with 13MP primary camera along with 8MP front shooter to enjoy everything from selfie taking to video chatting in great quality. A good amount of storage space i.e. 16GB is present along with SD card compatibility up to 128GB. The operating power to this Smartphone is delivered by its 2600mAh Li-Po battery providing 11h and 24 min on 3G. Thus, overall this Smartphone is a power packed package available in market.
The slow operating speed of HTC Desire is really annoying and there are many reasons for this problem to occur. It might occur due to installation of huge sizes apps/ games which become burden for the processor to operate, or maybe there is a bug or a glitch in the stocked ROM present in your Smartphone. If it’s the normal case scenario it might also take place when most of the RAM in your Smartphone is used up. Anyways, you don’t need to worry about it. Here we have enlisted some of the essential workouts you should apply on your Smartphone in order to boost its performance.
Factory reset your HTC Desire 820: The lag in the performance of a Smartphone sometimes occurs because of a huge count of applications running on it simultaneously and often overtime result into loads of cached data which bring down the operating frequency. So, you can reset your Smartphone and give it a brand new start with all the unnecessary stuff wiped out but if you again used the Smartphone same way. This problem might occur again. If you don’t want that to happen you need to manage the applications on your Smartphone regularly and keep unnecessary stuff out of it. Resetting your Smartphone will delete all your data, so keep your contacts and other essential stuff backed up.
Firmware Update: You should habitually keep track of the latest firmware updates arriving on your Smartphone. These updates are essential and are often designed to remove a bug or fix present in stocked firmware of your Smartphone. If you haven’t been keeping track for the long time, then you should try updating now.
Internal storage deficiency: No matter how much your Smartphone can store in its internal storage partition, excess data in the internal storage often leads to the slow operating of Smartphone. So it is advised to keep most of the data in your SD card storage and imply fewer burdens on internal storage. This point should be taken strictly by the mid range Smartphone users who already have a less amount of capacity available.
Productive Third party applications: Google play store is currently crowded with a huge number of productive applications which claim to increase the processing speed one way or another. Some of them keep disabling your unused application from running in background, some wipe out the cached data and some provide protection against viruses. So, choosing a perfect app is tricky. For that we advise you to choose a light sized application providing all rounder service and rated by most of the people all over the world.
Rooting: This should be considered as the last possible work out and should be done when nothing else helps because of its few disadvantages and risks. This process might get your Smartphone bricked but for sure you will lose the warranty of your Smartphone. You can perform simple rooting or install latest custom Rom only after thorough reviewing of performance of that custom ROM.