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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by jaybo1973, Dec 5, 2010.

  1. jaybo1973

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    HI all

    I am not brave enough to root yet so am constantly trying to delete emails clear the cache etc. Is there an app that can do all these tasks in one go?
     

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    Is it any good harry?
     
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    THat looks the ticket. Not on market though?
     
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    I bought it from the market, and it works as advertised. (But my device is rooted)
     
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    The feature "Clean all at once" I can't use because my phone isn't rooted.
    But even with the function for not rooted phones the app is far faster than the stock function for cleaning cache :)

    Harry
     
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    You can do this from Settings > Manage Applications.
     
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    Yes, but you can do it only one by one :(
    But the app delivers it with a list, sorted by chache size :)

    Harry
     

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