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Unclutter That SD Card And Free Up Some Memory Using App Cache Cleaner For Android


Wednesday 22nd of June 2011 / talkandroid.com
I don’t know about you, but I like my sd cards to be clean and in order.  I find it difficult to maneuver around in them when my sd card is extremely cluttered with cached content from previously used apps download who knows when?  In steps App Cache Cleaner for Android.  The app allows you to free up space by eliminating one or more specific applications’ cashed folder.  Memory management has never been easier.  This is a must have for intermediate level devices that have less than par memory available to the user for applications.  Best of all, you don’t have to root your device to have the simple functionality.  Ready to give it a go?  Head on over to our apps database where you can also find a QR Code available or you can snag the download from the Android Market.  Hit the break for more screen shots of the application along with some info from the developer and don’t forget to let us know what you think of it in the comments below.  #gallery-1 {margin: auto;}#gallery-1 .gallery-item {float: left;margin-top: 10px;text-align: center;width: 33%;}#g
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clean format to kill spice bloatware


Friday 25th of January 2013 / everythingandroid.org
I have spice android phone model number mi-280. It has android gingerbread 2.3.6. now spice guys have installed a lot of bloatware. It really sucks that I can’t get ‘em out of my phone. I’ve scoured internet for answers but to no avail. My internal memory has clogged because of this crap. I’ve rooted my phone, made a 2gb partition on my 16 gb microsd card. I’v installed link2sd so that all apps get installed on SD card, it works to some extent but internal memory gets clogged up little bit. For example if I try to install say 9 mb app on my phone, 3 mb will get reduced in internal memory and the rest would be installed via link2sd on my 2gb partition of sd card. I’m fed up now. I want to clean up everything in my android phone. Making it have nothing , nothing. Start from scratch I want to do an installation in my phone. Just like we clean up the harddisk of pc and do a windos reinstall, I wanna do that kind of thing. How can I do it? That must make me get rid of that bloody spice bloatware I hope lol!!
posted on: Android Rooting and Custom ROMs
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HELP! Soft bricked my phone, nothing works!


Tuesday 02nd of October 2012 / androidforums.com
Well, it all started a few months ago. And ended.I decided to plug my Android phone into the windows side of my hackintosh, where I installed drivers and LG tool that asked me to pick my phone and update the rom on it. I mistakenly chosen MS670 or something, not realizing that mine was indeed an MS690. Anyways, afterwards my phone was stuck in a boot cycle. A black LG logo, a little Android beside an arrow shooting out of a marketplace shopping bag, the MetroPCS flash screen, and back again. Fast forward to this morning, I decided to unbrick it myself, than send it in. I followed this guide and the guide within it for setting up drivers:Unbrick Phone from LG ScreenAfter several attempts, the progress stops at 45% to tell me to replace flash memory or something. Each and every time. I have also uninstalled completely, then used CCleaner to clean up and fix registry and restarted from the beginning and each and every single time it stops at 45%.I know there can't be something internally wrong with it, I babied the phone! it lived in my desk for months! PLEASE HELP!!!!
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Android Firmware Update Problems ... - Page 2


Tuesday 01st of February 2011 / androidtablets.net
Originally Posted by SnyperxSomething to try is a full format of the device. Keep in mind this will DELTE ALL DATA on your tablet. This will wipeout everything and essentially "brick" your device temporarily. Do the following steps to load a clean copy of the firmware. 1. Download latest firmware image from Archos.2. Plug tablet into your computer3. Transfer image file to tablet4. Reboot tablet into recovery mode5. Select load firmware6. New firmware should load7. Enjoy fresh and clean tablet Keep in mind I created this from memory, so the wording may not be exact on every step. After I did a fresh load my issues with downloading were res loved. I am guessing this is related to the wifi acting up after the original attempt at upgrading. Tablet has been running fine since the fresh install. Hope this helps. I tried to do it like you said but then I get in recovery "please connect DC-in tot update your device"....What does that mean?
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Unclutter That SD Card And Free Up Some Memory Using App Cache Cleaner For Android


Wednesday 22nd of June 2011 / androidheadlines.com
I don’t know about you, but I like my sd cards to be clean and in order.  I find it difficult to maneuver around in them when my sd card is extremely cluttered with cached content from previously used apps download who knows when-  In steps App Cache Cleaner for Android.  The app allows you to free up space by eliminating one or more specific applications’ cashed folder.  Memory management has never been easier.  This is a must have for intermediate level devices that have l…Continue Reading HereUnclutter That SD Card And Free Up Some Memory Using App Cache Cleaner For AndroidJoe Sirianni – talkandroid.com
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Memory taken up by uninstalled/failed apps...


Monday 26th of September 2011 / forums.androidcentral.com
I have a question for my LG Optimus S and no this isn't related to the gingerbread update, but it happened before that and sadly wasn't fixed by the update. This might even be a general android os issue. I am looking for an un-rooted option if possible because i don't want to maintain all my family/friends phones! My issue is that I'm out of memory for apps. I had over 30 mb free and then i tried to install "netflix" but it failed but the memory was never freed up, took me down to like 12 mb. All apps that can be moved to SD card have been so this is only in regards to internal phone memory. I restarted my phone multiple times, cleared all the caches, and even downloaded "maid" programs to clean up ghost apps but even some of those apps left a few mb's taken when i uninstalled them. I've deleted a ton of apps but i'm still barely back above 22 mb. My question, is there a way to free up some of that temp or ghost memory? I'm almost getting ready to do a factory reset and start over. Thanks for your time and help.
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Clean Android on Amoi N821?


Friday 21st of December 2012 / forums.androidcentral.com
Hello everyone, Sorry for my first post here being a question for you all. I searched on the forums (and on other parts of the internet) but really can't find anything on this specific case.I'm interested in buying an Amoi N821, but I've read that it comes with a Chinese (though optionally English-language) firmware that doesn't have such things like the Googly Play Store. Of course I'd want the Google Play Store as I don't want to miss out on great and fun apps.Because of this, I think it would be best to have a clean Android install on the Amoi N821, but I wouldn't know how to do this or if this is even possible.I'd like to note that though I am slightly technically inclined, I know next to nothing about Android (or smartphones). This will be my first step into the wonderful world of smartphones, so my knowledge is limited. So please bear with me as some instructions might have to be explained or elaborated upon.As far as I know, I'm supposed to flash a ROM (which I presume means writing a custom firmware into the system memory?), but it has to be designed for the specific phone an
posted on: General Help and How To
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Need Nexus 4 compatible external memory for holiday


Friday 16th of August 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
Hello everyone Android Central Forums!I have a big problem I hope you could solve... In 6 days I'm going on a cruise and I will take a lot of photos with my Nexus 4 and I will probably need a way to backup my photos in an external drive to clean the internal memory. If the Nexus 4 supported USB OTG I would use some pendrives, but since it isn't supported I really don't know what to do... I can't use Google+/Google Drive either since I won't be able to access internet on the ship.Moreover I want to avoid bringing my PC with me, it's just useless during a holiday.I would need some sort of wifi or bluetooth hard drive... Any suggestions? Thank you!
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Device Memory was low, rebooted phone, got stuck in splash screen


Sunday 24th of November 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
I downloaded something that took up all my phone memory, un-installed some things, then rebooted. Then the phone got stuck in the splash screen. So then researched further and found out about holding the three buttons, then pushed the volume up key. Now it's got the green android logo and saying download, do not turn off, it's been at least 20 minutes. I have no idea what to do, be patient, yank the battery? Any advice? If I can get it started again, what's a good way to clean out the phone. Thanks.
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Memory Usage


Wednesday 19th of March 2014 / forums.androidcentral.com
I use an app called Clean Sweep that monitors memory use. Apparently my tablet uses 1.4 gigabytes of memory for overhead out of the 3 gigabytes of ram with all apps closed. Does that make sense since most of the tablets out there have only 2 gigs of ram? That would leave the with only one half gigabit for running apps. Posted via Android Central App
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