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OxygenOS 13.1: How To Enable RAM Expansion Feature

OnePlus devices run on the Android-based OxygenOS operating system, which comes with a lot of features and improvements. Also, OnePlus smartphones are known for their performance-based features. However, if your devices are slowing it down, you may want a boost.  So, OnePlus enhanced the RAM Expansion Feature with the latest OxygenOS 13.1 software update.

The Chinese tech giant brought multiple features and customization options that help to boost your device performance. Here, in this article, we are talking about the amazing feature of the OxygenOS 13.1 RAM Expansion. 

OxygenOS 14:

On the other hand, the brand is currently testing the Android 14-based OxygenOS 14 software update for its latest OnePlus devices in both the flagship and mid-range segments. For your information, currently, OnePlus 11 and Nord 3 users can access the Android 14-based OxygenOS 14 update on their devices to test new features ahead of the official release.

Based on Android 14, the OxygenOS 14 update brings improvements to the camera, lock screen, alert slider, app drawer, system settings, security and privacy, and more. In addition, we can expect the company to enhance the RAM Expansion feature as well, which allows apps to take the guesswork out of launching and loading data and takes full advantage of the RAM capacity to accelerate day-to-day performance.

OnePlus RAM Expansion Feature:

OxygenOS 13.1 RAM Expansion feature optimizes RAM usage based on your device and improves device performance. This feature allows apps to take the guesswork out of launching and loading data and take full advantage of RAM capacity to speed up daily performance.

Plus, this feature can use part of the enough storage space to expand your RAM. If you are unfamiliar with the RAM Expansion, this article helps you to enable this feature on your OnePlus smartphone. Follow the below step-by-step guides to enable the RAM Expansion feature.

How To Enable RAM Expansion On OnePlus Phone:

  • Navigation to Settings on your device
  • Scroll down and click on the About device
  • Find and tap on the RAM
  • Here you see the RAM Expansion  
  • Finally, Enable the RAM Expansion toggle

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