Being an owner of the Nexus 7 tablet, I was the most satisfied user who is using this tablet for a year now but after making a general update to the stock Android version the Nexus 7 2013 starts showing some lag issues and all the smoothly running apps showing delays with the app opening and closing animations all started showing Lag.
So I decided to jump into the pool of information on Google and to find out how to Fix the Lag Issue in the Nexus 7 tablet after the specific update that caused my tablet performance drop down significantly. This also lead to noticeable slow down in my device over all operations whether opening the third party apps or even Google’s very own stock apps all seemed to get jammed in some way or other resulting more frustration for a user like me.
But after following the following guide I got my old Nexus 7 performance which I used to have in early days of purchase. Beside this the news that the Nexus 7 tablet will get the Android 5.0 Lollipop update which was revelead recently, I am quite happy and excited and anticipating that this will empower my tablet in better way.
Moving to the issue of how to fix Nexus 7 lag, I just did the research and found out that with the general OS update that has been installed on the device has left off a bulk of temporary files in the cache which can significantly destroy the performance of the latest Operating system installed on the device. Now to fix this performance issue with the Nexus 7 2013 we have to get rid of these temporary files mostly consist of the logs and installation files. Removing them will not effect the personal settings and other data stored in the device. This method of removing these temporary and other installation files is known as Wiping the Cache Partition, and to do that all you have to do is follow this step by step guide given below.
How to fix Nexus 7 2013 Lag issue:
All you have to do is follow these steps given below to relive your Nexus 7 smooth performance to make it feel just of the box gadget.
Step 1: First of all power off your device by pressing and holding the power button till it prompts to power off.
Step 2: Now put your Nexus 7 tablet in Recovery mode by pressing the Volume Down + Power buttons for 5-10 seconds till the device boots in recovery mode. Now press Volume Down key twice until you come to the screen with red arrows.
Step 3: After that the Android buddy logo will appear with no commands on screen.
Step 4: Now press the Volume Up+ Power Buttons for 3-5 seconds and then release the Volume up button while keeping the Power button pressed until it transfers you to the next screen with the Wipe Cache Partition.
Step 5: Now select the Wipe Cache Partition option by pressing the volume down button and then press the Power button to process it.
Step 6: Once the powered button pressed it will start wiping the Cache partition by taking some time ( Mostly 3-5 seconds)
Step 7: Now press the power button again while choosing the reboot system option. That’s it.
Your Nexus 7 will reboot and get all the fresh energy that it needs to run all the processes smoothly. This will surely fix the Nexus 7 2013 lag issues on Android 4.4.2 or Android 4.4.4 KitKat. If you still facing any problem, feel free to comment below.