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Cachemate or Cachecleaner

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by andygu3, Jul 20, 2010.

  1. andygu3

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    Does anyone have a preference? Which one is better?
     

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    cachecleaner clears more in my experience.
     
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    Thanks for the input! Rooted my wifes hero, don't want to mess up 2 phones, lol!! :)
     
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    lol good luck to you.
     
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    I'll second cachecleaner
     
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    I use both... because they both miss a little..
     
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    what does this even mean?
     
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    At Jeffrey,
    I'm still getting the hang of all the ins and outs of root. That being said, her phone had a number of issues, so I rooted hers. Problems solved. These forums have been helpful in many ways, my questions answered in a timely manner. With that said, I want to make sure I fully understand the best way to keep both phones running at their best without any problems. BTW, Cachecleaner is what I downloaded, thanks for the input! :)
     
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    cool bro...yah these pages can be very very helpful. i guess i was thinking, how could root be bad? based off your post it sounded like you thought you ruined your phone. you know...in like 10 minutes you can go back to stock if you ever need to take your phone into sprint or HTC? just nandroid before and you can reroot and restore your backup. root is good. and keep digging...there's a lot to learn. and there are a lot of answers on this site and around the net in general.
     
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