Live videos, as the name suggests, are a combination of dynamic animations that make your home screen look alive. However, behind the scenes, wallpapers take up a large portion of your smartphone’s available RAM. Although the amount of memory that a particular paper has depends on the animation, timing, and other factors, it uses more RAM than a standard paper.
To use paper graphics, a new smartphone must have 4GB of RAM and a very powerful chipset. Some more complex videos may require more. So, if your phone isn’t working properly, or the housing paper itself isn’t as smooth as it used to be, a standard screen protector is a smart choice.
It doesn’t matter whether you choose one from your phone’s default settings or download a picture of your favorite hero; Using a custom wallpaper is one of the easiest ways to boost your Android phone’s RAM usage. A summary of the steps to install a standard paper is given in the image above.