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  1. jflint

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    What cleaner(s) would you recommend?
     

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    For what exactly....cleaning your phone screen? And based upon your thread title, you want a dry method?
    Could you please clarify what you are desiring to accomplish?
     
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    Dry cleaner? That's usually for clothes, i.e. Dry clean only garments. I wouldn't try that with a tablet or phone.
     
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    What I mean is a way to clean up junk files etc. I want it to work well and be efficient, with no malware, spying, or deleting of important files.
     
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    SD maid. Or wipe your cache partition. I usually prefer the later.
     
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    SD Maid as posted above
     
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    How do I wipe the cache partition?
     
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    It's normally done via recovery.

    What device do you own?
     
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    I have a ZTE Z987 with Lollipop 5.1 and a ZTE Z813 on 5.0.2, both unrooted, unfortunately. I am waiting to be able to get that done as soon as possible.
     

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