Samsung mobiles launched in Europe use One UI as a layer of personalization. The brand’s interface is distinguished by many aspects, such as its customization options, in addition to offering us many tools to verify correct operation From the device. We can monitor the temperature of the phone, for example, to make sure nothing is wrong.
This module is part of Galaxy Labs, an application where we have a series of branded tools to control the proper functioning of your phone. Among these tools we also have Memory Guardian, a module with which be able to control RAM memory usage
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Control RAM usage on Samsung
The purpose of Memory Guardian is to be able to control the RAM usage of your Samsung smartphone. In this signature module, we can see its use in real time, with the use that each of the applications that we have installed on the phone uses. It also shows us a history of RAM usage over time. This makes it a tool that can help us in a remarkable way. The stages of its use are:
- Download Galaxy Labs to your phone from the Galaxy Store at this link.
- Once installed, open the app.
- Install the Memory Guardian module.
- Open this module to see RAM usage.
- If you want to clean it, click the Clean button.
Memory Guardian will allow you to see the RAM memory usage on your Samsung smartphone at any time. In addition, you will be able to see the individual use of each application on your phone, so if you overdo it, you can take action. It is allowed to clean all this use, but also to select one or more applications, so that they stop using the RAM memory of the phone.
This tool can help us detect if there is an application that is causing problems
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