How to clean Android OS device from unnecessary files
The files that you downloaded the photos that you have made and the data stored by the applications are the main “suspects” that unnecessarily fill the free space on your Android device. Every owner of an Android tablet that does not have a memory card knows that annoying little internal memory of his gadget should be regularly relieved of unnecessary files, otherwise you will not be able to download new applications and to take pictures.
Therefore, it is not necessary to be convinced that deleting files from the mobile device will free up valuable space for testing new services system updates or perhaps even room for your favorite music collection. Here are few suggestions to our attention with which we can go back a significant part of the internal memory of our Android device.
Your Android device contains a lot of personal information about you – perhaps even more than anything else you own. What about all your business documents or photos to keep for a long time ? Files of this type can comfortably and should be moved to the cloud where you can store them in services like Google Drive or Dropbox. If you’re not sure what you store on your device, use applications that work as a file manager to explore your data. Some Android devices such as the series of Samsung Galaxy, come with built-in file manager application. Otherwise you can try use ES File Explorer. This application can be integrated with cloud solutions, such as: Google Drive, Dropbox, SkyDrive and many others. Files can even be sent directly to your Windows desktop if you wish.
Each picture, depending on the characteristics of your camera, it may take about 3 MB of space. Therefore if you need space for storage, moving pictures from your device will free enough space. Some cloud services will make a backup copy of each photo you add to your gallery so you can safely delete the pictures from your device that you choose. If you do not use a service that automatically creates a backup of your photos, you can just connect your device with USB cable and move images on your PC.
Data from installed applications
When you install an application, it usually creates a folder that stores information, such as settings, images and more. But that’s not all. For example, every time you watch a video on the Internet, data is cached (stored) on your device that allows video to be loaded more quickly if you try to watch it again. But how often do you have to watch the same video over and over again? Much better would be if you clear this area and even do so that it is cleaned regularly on your device.
1Tap Cleaner is a great application that can easily clear all cached files at once. With this application you can see how the cache takes any application you have on your phone, and you can clear your calls and text messages. Alternatively, you can uninstall applications without having to use Google Play Store.
Clean Master also helps to delete cached files along with other files that are larger than 10 MB. Memory Boost option close applications not in use, but still running in the background.http://szlifestyle.com/sz/2014/04/11/how-to-clean-android-os-device-from-unnecessary-files/https://i1.wp.com/szlifestyle.com/sz/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/sz_best-android-cache-cleaner-app.jpg?fit=600%2C415https://i1.wp.com/szlifestyle.com/sz/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/sz_best-android-cache-cleaner-app.jpg?resize=150%2C150TECH NEWSAndroidThe files that you downloaded the photos that you have made and the data stored by the applications are the main 'suspects' that unnecessarily fill the free space on your Android device. Every owner of an Android tablet that does not have a memory card knows that annoying little...Richard D.Richard Deendeen@szlifestyle.comContributorRichard Deen is a writer at szlifestyle. What can I say I love gadgets!szlifestyle.com Tech News, Life Style, Reviews, Videos!