With a very long list of problems detected on Android and its apps, it is normal for users to want to know which apps and processes run on their smartphone. It is in this way that problems and abnormal situations are often detected.
The Google system does not have an easy way to consult this information, but that does not prevent you from looking at this data. Today we show how you can know what processes are running on an Android smartphone.
Access Android Developer Options
Having access to the list of processes and apps running on Android allows any user to mainly detect problems. This is where you find bad apps and shouldn't be running on the system. This is an essential aid.
To look at this information, you must first activate the programmer mode. This is a simple process and we have shown you how to do it several times. Just follow the instructions presented here and quickly this option appears.
List of processes, services and apps running on the system
With this option present in the area System and updates, they must access it to continue the process they are carrying out. Here, from the very complete list of options present, you must choose the one with the name Running services.
In the new area you will have access to the list of services that Android has in mind to run at the moment. Many are associated with system apps or services that Android needs to be up and running. You should look at this list and switch to the apps by clicking on the top gear.
Control what's used on your smartphone
If a present process is not expected, they can choose it and see what is associated, namely the app or service that gives rise to it. The present information allows these services to be subsequently stopped or reported, interrupting their execution.
You can use this solution whenever you have questions about the services or processes running on Android. Easily detect abnormal situations and discover problems with your smartphone.