Android Developer Options Background Process Limit

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How to set background process limit through android developers options in Lollipop, Marshmallow, Nougat and Oreo. Let me tell you, changing background process limit can affect your device performance including battery backup, third party apps and more. By default, the background process limit is set to standard process which is an ideal option to choose. But if you want to take a risk and want to try something extra then there are four more options to choose. The options are At most 1 process, At most 2 processes, At most 3 processes and At most 4 processes.

So, the first thing come in mind is why you want to limit your background process. What will happen if you set background limits? Let me tell you the difference between four of the limits.

On the first, your android phone was set to the standard limit which means you can run as much as apps simultaneously according to your need and this will get other apps slower as the new apps are getting started.

If you set no background process then the app will get close right after you leave it. If you set limits from 1 to 4 then apps will get start according to the limits.

Let’s take an example if you are running an app then close it and start other apps. Let us assume that you started 5 apps simultaneously. Then the process is that you will only get 4 apps running in the background if you set your limit 4 and it is according the limit you set.

Android Developer Options Background Process Limit

How to set developer options background process limit in android-

First of all, let me tell you that the Best of Gadgets will not be responsible for any errors come in your device after setting up the limits.

Step 1: Go to your Smartphone’s setting app.

Step 2: Scroll down to the Developer’s option. (If you don’t see developers option then click on the “About Device” option and scroll down to “Build Number”. Tap seven times continuously to get access to the developer’s option)

Android Developer Options Background Process Limit

Step 3: Turn on developer’s option and tap on it.

Android Developer Options Background Process Limit

Step 4:  Now scroll down to the “Limit background processes”. (By default the developer’s settings were set to the “Standard limit”.

Android Developer Options Background Process Limit

This is how you can limit your background process through Android developers option. Below is a youtube tutorial on how you can limit your background process.

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