Jase Glenn · Dec 26, 2011 at 06:22 pm

SystemCleanup: Saving Space on /Data

As the Android Market expands, and more apps are downloaded, different portions of your phone’s memory become full, causing lockups. However, XDA developer inteks has created the perfect app for you.

It’s called SystemCleanup, and according to inteks:

This App can move updated Systemapps Like Maps, Market or Googlesearch back to /system/app and save space on /data/app

also it can:
-Freeze/Remove Bloatware (it include a short description of common Apks)
-Move Userapps to /System/App to save Space

The app does require root and busybox, but if your looking for a way to save space in /data, head on over to the developer’s thread here and show your Android device some space saving love.


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