If your Android phone keeps crashing, you can identify it under three potential causes: malware infection, battery drain, or memory leak issue. This article will show you how to fix memory leaks on Android.
At the time of Lollipop’s launch, there was a memory leak that caused the screen color to fade. App to fix screen fading issue has been discontinued because Android has fixed the bug since version 5.1
Nowadays, a more typical problem is caused by Java, mainly GarbageCollection (GC) not working properly. Due to memory errors GC cannot delete unused objects in time. From there, it accumulates gradually, leading to slow machines and abnormal system crashes.
Memory leaks can also be caused by screen rotation errors. The problem is an asynchronous task leak, which is again related to faulty GC issues.
Memory Optimizer is a good way to fix leaks caused by cache junk or corrupted temporary files. To use this app, you allow it to access photos, media, and files on your device.
Click Clean now to detect memory problems and fix them.
It will take some time for the application to clear the RAM and have more memory available.
The application also displays unnecessary processes that take up a lot of memory. You can stop one of them.
With this app you can recover a lot of free space and the memory usage is reduced to only 19% from 70% in this example.
If you use an operating system lower than Android 8.0, you will have to deal with memory leaks due to fragmentation unlike newer versions.
HyperMemoryCleaner will help you reduce memory allocation for low priority applications.
If you want all-round performance for any Android version, Memory Booster is a good choice.
The application will show you the memory usage status.
If you click on Startup Boost , you will get a quick summary of the applications that are causing the delay in the startup process, thereby disabling one of them.
The Speed boost option increases memory instantly by removing backlogs and memory leaks in all system processes.
In this example, the app has improved memory, increasing it by 1.19GB.
Android phone memory is one of the most important criteria that governs the purchase of a new device. However, even with plenty of RAM, it can still be over-consumped by bloatware apps that obey Parkinson’s version of the law: data expands to fill the available space. So it’s better to detect and fix memory leak in Android.
Wishing you success!