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You can use apps like android tuner to change your values to agressive

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Download GREENIFY App from play store
Its an awesome app, you can hibernate downloaded apps which you dont use it oftenly
like games browser etc
Disclaimer dont hibernate messaging apps like Whatsapp, Viber wechat link etc
I am sure this will help u alot
 
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Use Tasker to integrate other apps like SetCPU, Task killer, battery saver, etc..
It will help you a lot to increase your ram usage..

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