Garena Free Fire has come up with a new event called Garena MYTHOS Top Up Event. In this event, you can get rewards for top-up in the game. For purchasing diamonds in the game, the game is offering two new skins. Top-up refers to the process of purchasing diamonds (the in-game currency for Free Fire) with real money. This event made with the motive to encourage players to spend more money in the game. With updates and events like this, the game becomes heavy and eats a lot of ram. This becomes a nightmare for players who are playing this game on their low-end phones. So, in this blog, we’ll be showing you how to fix the lag in Free Fire on Low-end phones with less RAM.
What is the lag in Free Fire on less RAM phones?
Garena free fire can be downloaded on any Android or iOS smartphone that supports graphics. Free fire can be installed and played on both high-end and low-end devices, according to our research. When played on a low-end mobile phone or an on a device with less RAM, it is natural that the game is going to lag.
What if we tell you all that there are some methods by which you can fix this nerve-wracking lag on a low-end phone? Yes, you heard it right! There are a few workarounds for this.
How to fix the lag in Free Fire on less RAM phones?
This might come as a surprise to you all, but there are fixes for lag on a less RAM phone. Some of them are mentioned below:
Method 1: Turn off Notifications
Notifications alert is the major cause of stuck and slowness while playing free fire game on low-end smartphones. To avoid latency and FPS difficulties, it is highly recommended that you switch off alerts when playing the free fire game. To turn off notification alerts while playing, enable Do Not Disturb Mode.
Method 2: Remove Unwanted Apps and Unused Apps
Firstly, you have to identify the unwanted and unused applications that are consuming more ram and remove them.
- Go to your Settings on your devices and find the Application Manager.
- Under Application Manager, you will find out the apps which are installed on the mobile device.
- Now the next step is to find and sort out unused apps which are using more RAM.
- Uninstall those apps and check if the lag exists.
Method 3: Clear Cache from Free Fire
Piled up cache can also cause lag in Free Fire.
- Go to your phone settings and navigate to Apps.
- Scroll and locate the game Free Fire.
- Click on it and then click on ‘clear cache.’
- It might take a while, after that restart your device and you’re good to go!