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Topic # 94437 11-Dec-2011 07:34
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Why is Android so bad at uninstalling apps/games etc? often uninstalling an app or game leaves a huge amount of stuff behind, i feel like im constantly trudging though root explorer trying to find stuff thats left behind...

Is there a method or app that makes this kind of thing easy?

or is it something we just have to "put up with"?

 

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  Reply # 556537 11-Dec-2011 08:09
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It's like every other OS ever invented...
I can't think of 1 that deletes everything.

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  Reply # 556560 11-Dec-2011 10:19
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blakamin: It's like every other OS ever invented...
I can't think of 1 that deletes everything.


Windows Phone and iOS. Both delete everything once you uninstall an app.




Do whatever you want to do man.

  

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  Reply # 556561 11-Dec-2011 10:23
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Try using SD maid. There is a free version and paid version. I don't know if it gets everything but it is quite a good app for clearing out temporary and left over files.

Although the name is SD maid, it's not actually limited to just the SD card, it clears internal memory too.



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  Reply # 556642 11-Dec-2011 16:42
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Thanks UB, ill check it out :)

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