Samsung Galaxy Note 4 empty apps in RAM - Solved

Apps on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 remain after closing in the RAM memory. Android controls the memory distribution independent, which means that intentionally programs will be left in RAM so that they can be re-opened quickly.

By the persistence of apps in RAM the battery life of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is not affected as you might sometimes think.

Nevertheless, it may be that you want to clear the memory RAM, so that all remaining programs in the background are closed. We want to clearly explain to you now how you can clear the RAM on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, .

Return back to the Home screen on your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and then press and hold the left soft key button. This will now display an overview of all open apps. To get to the RAM or Task Manager tap at the bottom on the small pie chart.

Now the active applications in RAM will be displayed. To stop them, you can either end each app individually, or by clicking the "End All" close them simultaneously. That's it. You have now manually ended the remaining RAM apps on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.



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Comments (5)

  1. Raider

There are 3 Smart Managers so which one

 
  1. BarneyRubble

comment continued<br /><br />Marchmallow 6.0 will be ported over soon enough and that has an astounding app manager inbuilt and even with my son having dozens of games on his new S7 phone the ram stays below 40%, you have to remember to deny...

comment continued<br /><br />Marchmallow 6.0 will be ported over soon enough and that has an astounding app manager inbuilt and even with my son having dozens of games on his new S7 phone the ram stays below 40%, you have to remember to deny google etc as well during setup and deny it even if it gets annoying by repeated asking you. The inbuils NOTIFICATIONS manager for all apps then can be used to further block the google apps in the "bloatware" if you don't disable or uninstall them by using this new background data blocking via the Samsung IS seetings.It is a "bit of a Landmark" to have Samsung give the user the opportunity to Block the Google elements of Android completely.Long may it continue :-)

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  1. BarneyRubble

comment continued:<br /><br /><br />Just Switch off google and manually turn off app notification and use the SAMRT MANAGER shortcut to keep the phone running sweetly.<br /><br />Also speed-up is obtained by Having Games on the SD card switch off...

comment continued:<br /><br /><br />Just Switch off google and manually turn off app notification and use the SAMRT MANAGER shortcut to keep the phone running sweetly.<br /><br />Also speed-up is obtained by Having Games on the SD card switch off on notification and not installed on the Phone Memory keping it away from the Phones internal actions until you play the GAME and turn the GAMe of properly afterwards by going to app info clear cache (not datea) and then force stop it.<br /><br />RAM difficulties are ALWAYS caused by app overload so restrict the way those apps operate and where you store them and how you end them. I have NO GAMES on mine and never have any Serious RAM issues with the methods explained above, and if it gets to 50 or 60 % a simple clean with CCleaner and then a two second SMART MANAGER clean knocks out 10 - 20 percent of the RAM used dropping it below 50% again.

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  1. BarneyRubble

Techlord7777.<br />Wrong, The Note 4 has this very simple version of RAM clearing on it via a touch of the left soft touch key. No Holding required.<br />Also CCleaner app works well on the NOTE 4, awaiting upgrade for Android 6.0 on S7....<br...

Techlord7777.<br />Wrong, The Note 4 has this very simple version of RAM clearing on it via a touch of the left soft touch key. No Holding required.<br />Also CCleaner app works well on the NOTE 4, awaiting upgrade for Android 6.0 on S7....<br />"SMART MANAGER" app by SAMUSUNG ia also available for download in the Samsung store and elsewhere and cleans the RAM superbly in just a coupe of seconds.<br />The Permanent and best way to keep RAM usage down is to have the correct settings in Place.<br /><br />DO NOT let google have permission to override your apps by using the method of witching THAT permission off in settings. Also going to each app and switching off NOTIFICATIONS for those where it is needless will keep ram down, but if you do not switch off the Google data service it will override app settings. Also stop Samsung Data information gathering which is anonymous but uses RAM,

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  1. TechLord777

Hello.<br />The Galaxy Note 4 does not have this legacy task manager of the older Samsung smartphones anymore. Since 2014 (S5, Note 4 and all successors), the Task Manager has been redesigned, which causes many features, including the RAM-Manager...

Hello.<br />The Galaxy Note 4 does not have this legacy task manager of the older Samsung smartphones anymore. Since 2014 (S5, Note 4 and all successors), the Task Manager has been redesigned, which causes many features, including the RAM-Manager (with LMR and LRU) to be removed. I don't like feature removals. The legacy task manger had more features.

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