How to increase Internet speed in Android Device

steps to increase internet speed:-

Step 1: Clear all the cache memory from your mobile phone. Don’t fulfil your mobile phone with the cache memory. If any kind of information or any apps, data which is not useful for you then immediately remove them.  This step can increase the speed of internet in your mobile.

Step 2: If you are trying to load lot of un-wanted software’s in your mobile, they reduce internet speed from your mobile. So, always uninstall unused software from your mobile which is no longer useful.

Step 3: For loading highest Kilo Byte date, you need to change or set internet setting to grow internet speed in your mobile.

Step 4: You need to block large or high quality images from your mobile. These images occupy lot of space and also charge to load per KG. You can also use any small quality images to increase the internet speed on your mobile.

Step 5: Never download other applications during the surfing.

Step 6: Always remember mobiles are not provide good speed of internet and if you are receiving weak network signal that you are not able to get proper connectivity of internet. So, always use that SIM card which network is easily available in anywhere.

Step 7: Load opera mini software in your mobile, to get better internet speed

Smartphone Security
                    Today’s smartphones are capable of doing so much more than the mobile phones of a few years ago – but this greatly extended range of capabilities has also seen the introduction of some new security risks. Because we’re using our phones for a much wider range of activities – from social networking to online shopping, banking, and surfing the web – we all need to take sensible precautions to ensure our phones and our information are safe from malware attacks and cybercriminals.

Security tips – for safer smartphone use
                           Here are some useful tips from Kaspersky Lab’s team of Internet security experts:

Keep it locked 
Make sure your phone’s screen lock is on – at all times – so there’s less at risk if your phone falls into the hands of a cybercriminal. 

Encrypt your sensitive information 
If your phone includes data encryption features, make sure you use them. In the event of your phone being stolen, criminals will not be able to access the personal information that’s stored on your phone – if that information has already been encrypted. 

Monitor how apps behave on your phone 
Be aware of permission access / requests from applications running on your phone. It’s especially important to do this for Android smartphones. 

Protect your phone and your data 
Many users – that wouldn’t ever consider running a laptop, PC, or Mac computer without anti-malware software – forget that today’s smartphones are powerful computers… and they are vulnerable to the same risks. Make sure you use a reputable anti-malware program on all of your mobile devices – and ensure the antivirus databases are regularly updated. 

Be aware of the risks of jailbreaking / rooting 
Although it might be tempting to root or jailbreak your phone – in order to access specific apps or services – this will strip away the security. To help keep your phone and your data secure… don’t root or jailbreak your phone. 

Switch off Bluetooth… when you can 
If you’re not using your Bluetooth connection, it’s a great idea to switch it off. That way, you’ll make your phone less vulnerable to cyberattack… and you’ll reduce the drain on your phone’s battery. 

Choose a smartphone security solution with anti-theft features 
Some smartphone security products include a range of anti-theft features that give you remote access to your lost or stolen phone – so you can lock the phone, wipe data from it, and find its location.