MIUI 12.5 enhanced edition and above include the Xiaomi virtual RAM capability. So, what exactly is virtual RAM? When the physical RAM on the device is inadequate, virtual ram comes into play and lessens the device burden. And making use of the device’s storage. You will speed up your gadget slightly in this manner.
So, does it actually work? No, if the gadget is not entry-level, you may not even notice the speed difference. However, if you have an entry-level device, such as the Xiaomi Redmi 9, you should enable this option. Without further ado, let’s get started with this functionality.
How to enable Xiaomi virtual RAM
First of all your MIUI version must be 12.5 Enhanced edition or above.
Open the Settings app, and slide a little bit. You will see additional settings. Tap on it.
After tapping the additional settings, you will see the memory extension tab. Tap on it too. Then you will see a switch for opening memory extension, enable it. Also, this feature is dependent on the device’s current RAM capacity. If you have 3GB RAM, you can use +1GB virtual memory. If you have 4-6GB RAM, you can use +2GB virtual memory. If you have 8GB ram or above, you can use +3GB virtual memory.
And that’s it! you’ve successfully activated Xiaomi virtual RAM. Also if you have root, do you know you can increase the Xiaomi virtual ram capacity. It was a feature that was also available in very old android versions but enabled with root. Do not forget to indicate in the comments whether your device is speeding up!