1. Battery Issues:
Background tasks and apps consume lot of battery. Keeping apps running when you are not using them can drain the battery. It can also cause slow operations in smartphone. It is recommended to close down the app after you use.
Some users often face Bluetooth sharing issue with the smartphone. You an try clearing cache and try pairing with the Bluetooth devices all over again. Go to Settings > Apps > All > Bluetooth Share > Clear Cache.
3. Data Issues:
This is very common problem in Android smartphones. You can easily fix this problem by turning on-off the data. Simply go to Settings > More > Cellular networks. You can turn off and turn on the data network, if this doesn't work then try rebooting your smartphone.
4. Performance Bug:
This is another popular problem with most smartphones. When some application puts high demand on the processor, it can cause problems with the performance of other apps and over all UI. You should make sure to check application requirements before installing them.
5. Camera Glitches:
Camera glitch is more hardware specific problem but it is common amongst Android devices. You can try rebooting your device and test the camera again. There are good chances that rebooting the phone will fix most of the camera related issues.
Most smartphones use micro USB charging port these days. If your phone is having charging problem, there is a good chance that device port is dirty. You can clean the port by yourself. Sometimes even loose charger plug causes charging problems, try replacing the charger.
7. Unnecessary Connectivity Functions:
Some devices have lot of features but hardly some of them are usable. It is recommended to turn off unnecessary connectivity features to save many issues. You should get in habit of switching off Bluetooth, NFC, 3G, WiFi when you are not using them.
If you are facing location detection problem with your GPS, there is good chance that your phone’s GPS is not functioning to the fullest. Go to Settings > Location in your phone and make sure that the mode is set to High Accuracy. If this doesn't solve the problem, try rebooting the device.
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