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Carolineeeeee member is online (Online Now)

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08-08-2018 02:40
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Our mobile phone is our go-to device. When we get a new Samsung, we can't wait to take a quick photo, check our work email, calculate something or jot down notes via it. It becomes the first thing we reach out for. However, it doesn't take long for a new Samsung phone or tablet to get cluttered up with rolls of pictures, redundant apps, unused widgets, cached files and the troublingly vague "Misc" data. It takes up increasingly internal storage day by day and slows down your phone speed.
https://www.syncios.com/images/article/samsung-galaxy-grand-max-banner.jpg

Now, follow these tips [syncios.com] and take a few minutes to blow the cobwebs out of your device's cupboards and get your streamlined, lean gadget back.
1. Delete Temporary Files [syncios.com]2. Uninstall Unnecessary Apps [syncios.com]3. Make Use of An External SD Card [syncios.com]4. Backup Old Data to Computer [syncios.com]5. Delete Downloaded and Miscellaneous Files [syncios.com]Syncios Mobile Manager [syncios.com] (free) to clear up useless apps with app data and game save, backup apps to your pc to release phone storage.
https://www.syncios.com/images/mobile-manager/android-app-manager.jpg

 
comparison between 4 common backup methods [syncios.com]), I'd love backup Samsung device using One-click Samsung Backup Tool [syncios.com].
To do this, launch Syncios Data Transfer > click "Backup"> select data > click "Start Copy".
https://www.syncios.com/images/data-transfer/backup-samsung-to-computer.jpg

 
5. Delete Downloaded and Miscellaneous FilesAs you browse the web, it's very easy to download PDFs and other files that you look at once and then never need again. It's worth taking a look in your Downloads folder to see if you have anything you can get rid of. Go to the Downloads app and long press on a file you don't need, tap any extra files you want to delete and hit the trash can icon.
https://www.syncios.com/images/article/delete-downloaded-miscellaneous-files.jpg

Using all of these tips, you might well be surprised at how much space you can free up. Any other space-saving tips we missed that have worked for you? Share them below!
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26-03-2019 10:13
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Cool. I usually delete unwanted files to free up space on my Samsung phone. If you do want to do that like me, you can do that directly from your Samsung phone. But the easy way is using android mobile manager tool [coolmuster.com]. With its help, you can easily delete data as you will.
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