How To Fix Slow OPPO RENO11 To Run Faster and More Responsive (Fix Lagging Performance)?

Easy solutions for fix slow issues on OPPO RENO11 troubles. This phone has dual simcard slot and work with 5G network. The OS is Android 14 with ColorOS 14 user interface.

Some users get lagging problems after use it for several months. We will give some tips and tricks to make OPPO RENO11 run more faster.

Why OPPO RENO11 Performance Become Slow and Not Responsive ?

This phone powered by Mediatek Dimensity 7050 (6 nm) processor with 8/12 GB RAM. Any apps will consume RAM for run in the background or foreground. If we install too many apps together, then our OPPO RENO11 RAM will be not enough.

OPPO RENO11 mediatek processor

It’s crucial to ensure our OPPO RENO11 has sufficient free RAM. If it doesn’t, some apps may need to be force closed to free up memory, which can temporarily cause the phone to lag.

Slowly performance often happen due to numerous apps running in the background, such as chatting apps, social media, games, and others. These apps remain active in the background, awaiting data updates and commands. If too many of these apps run simultaneously, the phone’s RAM and processor resources become strained.

How to Boost Speed Performance of OPPO RENO11 And Make It Run More Faster?

  1. First steps that we should do is doing soft reset or reboot to remove temporary files and caches. Usually after our phone finish reboot, then the speed performance might become faster.
  2. Please uninstall all not use applications. We can try to find from menu Setting > Apps, and choose not active applications, then choose Uninstall
  3. Some factory default applications do not have Uninstall button options, but we can disable by choose Disable button at menu Setting > Apps > Disable at our phone. This steps also can reduce the usage of RAM and processor resources.
  4. If all solutions still not improve the performance, then please consider to do hard reset to factory default. Follow steps at OPPO RENO11 Hard Reset / Reformat page using hardware button combination Key.

Solutions For Slowly Gaming Performance On OPPO RENO11

Our OPPO RENO11 is powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 7050 processor with Mali-G68 MC4 GPU. However, enough RAM is crucial before playing games. If we run many applications in the background, some games may run slowly or lag.

Therefore, it’s important to ensure our OPPO RENO11 has enough storage and sufficient free RAM capacity.

how to fix slowly problems on OPPO RENO11

Why Is OPPO RENO11 Speed Become Lagging After Upgrade?

This phone released with Android 14 operating system with ColorOS 14 user interface. There are some Android firmware upgrades that released to improve performance and features. However, some users get slowly speed troubles or lagging after upgrade. What should we do?

On most situations, performing the upgrade process will not make our OPPO RENO11 become slowly. But if this problem happen, maybe there are some applications corrupt or can not run properly with new version of the operating system.

Therefore we suggest to backup all important data and do hard reset or reformat with new operating system. Please note, doing hard reset will not downgrade the operating system.

How To Speed Up OPPO RENO11?

The OPPO RENO11 has a great 6.7 inches display, perfect for immersive gaming and productive work sessions. The processor is powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 7050, built on advanced 6nm FinFET technology, we can expect efficient performance for all your daily tasks. Choose between 8GB or 12GB of RAM to ensure smooth multitasking and effortless handling of our favorite apps.

  1. Clear Phone Cache: Regularly clear app cache to free up storage space and improve OPPO RENO11 performance.
  2. Uninstall Unused Applications: Remove apps that we no longer use to reduce RAM and processor usages.
  3. Update Applications and OS: Keep our apps and Android OS up to date for better performance and security.
  4. Use Lighter Apps: We can choose lightweight alternatives for reduce resource intensive apps.
  5. Restart Our Phone: Reboot our phone periodically to refresh system resources.

Please note, some menu options will be different because firmware update version or some other possibilities. Please use comment box below for other question to discuss.

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