This is a powerful tool! Use at own risk!
Nobody is perfect and Android neither.
Apps you have already deleted, sometimes leave data behind.
The system constantly creates logs, crash reports and debug files you don’t really need.
Your SD-card is collecting files and directories you don’t recognize.
Lets not go on here…
Why not get a maid to clean it all up?
SD Maid Pro will help you keep your device neat, clean and tidy
Give it a try, you won’t find a more thorough cleaning tool!
Choose a tab, press start and then either click a single item to delete or press the clean all button. It’s just that easy.
There are various features available:
- Explorer is a full fledged filemanager, use it to crawl through your Androids files.
- You can use the Searcher if you know what file you are looking for.
- The CorpseFinder searches your device for orphaned items and compares those to the list of installed applications.
- AppControl lets you freeze, reset and remove applications (even system apps).
- The SystemCleaner scans your device and filters directories which contain unnecessary files. You an even create your own filters!
- You can optimize and shrink bloated databases to speed up access and free space.
- View your biggest files and find out what is hogging all the space.
- Find files that have been modified in the last X minutes.
- And more…
A few additional features as well as comfort and convenience functions can be unlocked by buying and installing the unlocker (SD Maid Pro).
SD Maid Pro is constantly being developed and designed very carefully.
Due to the vast amount of Android devices SD Maid Pro might not work perfectly on your device, in that case I would appreciate it if you give me a chance to fix it by contacting me.
If you have questions or concerns send me a mail ([email protected]). I usually respond quite quickly and will happily help you out.
An unfinished help document is avaiable here:
Improved: Added fallback options if for some reason the default private cache or files directory doesn’t exist (weird crash reports from weird devices).
Fixed: A few cases of false positive results within filters for “/data/app”, “/data/app-private”, “/data/app-asec” and “/data/app-lib”, if the install number appendix is bigger than a single digit (#394 Ty [email protected]).
Fixed: Possible crash when opening/closing the UI right after a deletion.
Fixed: Scheduler ward being disabled when it shouldn’t be. The scheduler ward cares for the scheduler alarm and reinstates it if necessary. For battery improvements this component is enabled/disabled if not necessary, but its state was falsely tied to the existence of the alarm instead of the setting that tells us whether it should be turned on.