How to get more storage space on Android with All-In-One Toolbox

By | December 25, 2014

Check the free storage space on your AndroidMuch like that one drawer or cupboard we all have at home, our android smartphone has a tendency to get filled up with useless stuff that we should really get rid of. However, it can often be hard to clean out what exactly is eating up all our digital real estate. If you need to de-clutter your disks and don’t know where to start, All-In-One Toolbox provides a handy guide for clean out what’s taking up all that space on your hard drive. Alternatively, find out how to get more storage space on Android.

Check the free storage space on your Android
For starters, right after you launch All-In-One Toolbox, you will see a pie chart of your ROM, RAM and storage usage. From here, you will get a clear idea about the available storage space and memory on your Android.

Free up device memory
Once you tap the Clean option, All-In-One Toolbox will automatically start analyzing the junk files on your phone and give you a brief report of items that can delete. Check off the items you want to delete and click the Clean button to reclaim your space.

In the Advanced tab you can get a detailed idea about the browse history, download files, privacy info and the cache that the app left scattered on your device so that you can clean it accordingly.

On the top right corner of the screen, there’s an option button with which you can create a one-tap shortcut to clean the trash.

The second module on the home screen is the Boost. Click on the tab at the top corner and then sort the list by Memory to see which apps are occupying the most memory. Close any performance-draining appsand you should see performance improve.

Take out of junk files
Anther more likely culprit of sluggish behavior is your internal storage is simply too full. And it’s a near certainty that you have files stashed on your Android that are just taking up space. Of course, you can search through your Downloads folder via Toolbox > File manger and delete the useless folder, if you don’t want to delete them, zip them and save them to an external card.

The sensor readouts are based on your device’s current state and change as you change the location, orientation, or the amount of usage of the device. This information allows you to see whether your device is working properly and to be able to accurately compare the sensors on one device to the sensors on another.

Optimize system startup
If your system is slow to start up, then you might have too many apps set to launch when you startup. Go to Toolbox > Boost speedup tab to see a list of the apps that open when you boot your Android. Uncheck the apps you don’t need at startup.

Uninstall all the apps at once
Finally, uninstall the performance-draining app may be most effective way to boost your phone. Well, if you are an app hog, there must be a lot of applications downloaded on your Android, and you will find it is a backbreaking work to delete them one by one.

Thankfully, All-In-One Toolbox allows uninstalling multiple apps together, if you are the toot user, you can uninstall all the system applications at one tap.

Go to Toolbox > Batch uninstall and select the apps you want to uninstall, and then tap uninstall selected and done.

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