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7 Reasons Why Your Phone Hang Up By Itself

Smartphones have become an integral part of our everyday life. We depend on our phones to complete daily tasks and communicate with our friends and family. We run businesses and fulfil jobs using our smartphones. It has become so essential that if it stops functioning our lives would feel paralyzed and everything will come to a halt. But since it’s a device therefore it is possible that your smartphone may malfunction and stop operating or simply freeze in between operation. This could happen due to a number of reasons and can cause data loss. Here we have compiled a number of reasons why your phone may hang and freeze.

1. Low Storage

All smartphones comes with a fixed storage space starting from 8GB. Regular devices may have 16GB, 32GB, 64GB or 128GB of storage space. Overtime as you use your phone you save a lot of photos and videos that take up space and after certain period of time your phone alerts you of low storage space. This actually shows that there is little storage space left to store any more data and your phone requires a clean up. It is important to note that a phone that comes with 128GB of storage doesn’t provide you with the whole 128GBs to store your data. This is space is shared between you system files, android software, all the apps your install and rest is useable for your personal data storage. When the storage becomes low your phone starts to hang which is pretty common. All you need to do is free up some good amount of storage space on your phone and it will continue to operate as normal.

2. Low RAM

Now, while storage space is the entire space available on your phone, RAM is another type of storage that temporarily holds the files and data of the apps that are in use in real-time. This is always a smaller storage space than the main storage space and must not be confused with the main storage space. It manages the operating system like iOS or Android along with all the apps in use. The RAM does not save any data it is a space used to manage the operational activities of a device. However the problem is that if your phone hangs due to low RAM memory then there is no solution other than you need to buy a phone with a larger RAM capacity.

3. Outdated Apps

Apps such as Facebook, Instagram, and Whatsapp are often updated by their individual creators to provide a consistent user experience. The update, however, may not download immediately on your phone. This is because the phone's default configuration is to only download updates and apps from safe WiFi networks. When you launch an app that has had a pending update for a long time, it will crash. Some apps will also linger for a few minutes before being immediately shut down by your phone system. These programmes are considered obsolete and will slow down other updated apps on your phone.

4. Outdated Software

All Android and Apple devices come with pre-installed software that is continuously updated by the companies. If you do not install the latest software for an extended period of time, your device will begin to hang. This is due to the fact that your phone's apps will become less compatible with the loaded OS. To provide you with a consistent experience, your apps may automatically update from the Play Store or App Store. App Developers mostly offer new updates to make their products more compatible with the latest Android and iOS software editions. If your apps regularly crash, your phone's software needs to be updated. Apps that often crash and freeze may potentially cause the device to hang for many minutes.

5. Third Party Apps With Malware

Android users are more effected by this than the Apple users. Since Android allows for a broader permission to install any third-party apps that are not available on the play store. This may be helpful but harmful for your device in many cases as the apps not approved may contain malware and viruses that can steal your data and damage your device. Your smartphone may happen to perform slower and in some cases hang. All such apps that are not tested for bugs and not authenticated from google app store are not recommended to be installed. The only solution to this problem is to be careful in what you install into your phone. Sticking to Play Store for apps is best because the developers are reliable.

6. Overheating

After a few hours or more of usage, all electronics equipment heat up. This applies to all electronic devices, including computers, cellphones, and tablets. Smartphones also overheat when they are being charged. It also depends of apps consuming more data and battery power than others. A mobile device's usual working temperature ranges from 35°C to 38°C. Any value over this range causes the phone to overheat and hang in addition to this the internal battery may suffer damage and rupture. Overheating slows down your phone's functions by reducing overall efficiency. To avoid this, avoid using your phone for longer periods of time and use static wallpapers rather than live wallpapers.

7. Low Battery

This problem primarily affects Android smartphones rather than Apple phones. If you're running a process that consumes a lot of power and RAM, your device may also hang. If you continue to use the smartphone with a low battery, some apps will slow down and the screen may hang for a few minutes. Playing a movie in the background on a low battery is a major cause of screen freezing. On a low battery, using mobile data instead of WiFi causes the phone to slow down. The only reason being is that video streaming and mobile data usage consumes more power than other usual apps especially when the smartphone is set to low power mode. Devices that become stuck owing to a low battery usually revert to regular operation after a few minutes but not always. It’s recommended to charge your phone before it hits the lowest point on the battery levels.

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