Having a mobile with little storage space or simply not taking care of it can lead to memory saturation, preventing the addition of new applications, photos and other files. You then quickly find yourself with a full or almost full phone memory. This cleaning operation will ultimately allow you to have a less cluttered and faster device.
Take a look at installed apps
By analyzing the applications on your mobile, you may realize that some are rarely used, if ever. Removing these apps can free up valuable space on your phone, knowing they’ll still be available on Google Play if you need them in the future.
This simple trick allows you to save storage space by deleting unused apps from your phone.
Free up space on your mobile with Google Files
- Open the Google Files app on your phone.
- Tap the menu icon at the top left of the screen (three horizontal lines).
- Select “Clean up space” from the menu.
The app will then show you which files and apps are taking up the most space on your phone. You can select the items you want to delete and press “Delete” to remove them from your phone.
If you want to go further, you can also use the “Advanced scan” option to find other files that can be deleted, such as temporary files or cache files.
Finally, note that you should be careful when deleting files from your mobile, as some may be important for the operation of your device. If you have doubts, it is better not to delete them.
The junk file cleaner is equally necessary
Although the process of deleting Android apps does not go through Google Files, in reality, this app has a pretty accurate cleaner when it comes to deleting unnecessary files.
This cleaner allows you to free up a lot of space, and all this without risking losing important data or files.
Say goodbye to duplicate photos and videos and those that are blurry or useless
Just review your photos and videos and remove duplicates. This can happen when we download the same files several times, or when we receive them through different channels and they remain stored on our phone. Unfortunately, these files can take up a lot of space on our device.
In the Google Files app, you can use the “File Cleanup” section to find suggestions for deleting photos, such as old screenshots or those already stored on Google Photos. Keeping copies of photos in internal phone storage is not necessary if they are already stored in the cloud, unless you want to access them offline. In this case, you can download the photos individually at the desired time and delete them again later.
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4 Tips To Free Up Space On Your Android Mobile Without Deleting Important Files
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