egzthunder1 · May 12, 2011 at 09:00 am

Unrooted 1-Click Cleaner for Android

New phones (as well as old ones) get root privileges almost immediately these days thanks to many of our wonderful devs out there. However, there are still people who will not get close to a rooting procedure or app for several reasons such as warranty being void, fear of bricking, etc. By not getting the best out of their devices, they are missing out on apps that could potentially make them enjoy the device much more. Cleaners in general are a good example, since many cleaners that empty caches normally require the device to be rooted. For people like these, XDA member caotiantupi decided to try and bridge the gap for people who are too scared of the whole rooting concept and released 1-Click Cleaner. The app is very straight forward and will allow you to clean several parts of your device that are just accumulating stuff, slowing down your device in the process. The app is very simple to use and the dev has shared it with the community.

Please leave some comments and feedback if you enjoyed this app and if you found it useful.

Is your mobile phone’s running speed becoming slower and slower? Are you suffering from it?
Do you know why your mobile phone is not as fast as before? Want to solve the problem to let your mobile phone run as fast as it could be?
The reason is that your mobile phone is getting more and more cache files! Cache files produced in Android market, Brower, Email, Twitter, Facebook and so on. What you need to do is to remove those cache files to get more available storage space to speed up running speed.

You can find more information in the application thread.

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