System cleaner ROOT

System cleaner ROOT


Clean and speed up your android device with System cleaner free.
System cleaner can clear application cache and dalvik cache to free even more space.
After the integration of new apps, if all is working OK, delete the backup file to free the storage (on newer devices, without the external SD card, the backup will occupy the internal storage space, and there will be the effect that the cleaner has not done its job well)

Root is required!

It is highly recommended to make a nandroid backup before changing system files.

In case of errors, please send me the log that will show so i can fix the bugs and errors. Thank you


Updating system applications decreases phone internal memory, because the update is stored in /data/app and the original apk is still in /system/app.

System cleaner will automatically:
- create a backup of the original apps in /sdcard/system cleaner/ (in case you want to restore the original apk)
- delete the apk in /system/app
- move the updated apk to /system/app
- clear the dalvik-cache and application cache (optional)
- reboot device (optional but recommended)

By doing this, a considerable amount of internal memory storage will be freed.
This is very important if you have an older device with limited internal memory,
so you can have updated apps and enough storage for new installs.

How to use it:
- start the application
- let System cleaner check for updated apps
- start and let System cleaner finish the work
- restart the device (preferable with deleting the dalvik-cache to free some more space if possible)

Known issues:
- if you used Lucky patcher, you will get "Android is upgrading" on every boot after cleaning dalvik-cache (this is not my app fault) - remove the patch, reboot, then re-apply patch and the problem is gone.

NOTE: the first restart will take longer time to rebuild the dalvik-cache(this is normal)

Recent changes:
3.0.5
- fixed reported problem of deleting external data
thanks to Akbear

3.0.3
- fixed crash on start (use report button if any problems)

3.0.0
- redesigned
- smart backup and restore

2.8.3
-lollipop support
- custom backup folder selection fix and filter only writable folders



2.8.0
- Implemented custom action bar
- fixed font size on higher resolution

2.7.6
- added function of clearing app cache for non-rooted users(since a lot of them download this app and then leave bad review)
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About System cleaner ROOT
Clean and speed up your android device with System cleaner free.
System cleaner can clear application cache and dalvik cache to free even more space.
After the integration of new apps, if all is working OK, delete the backup file to free the storage (on newer devices, without the external SD card, the backup will occupy the internal storage space, and there will be the effect that the cleaner has not done its job well)

Root is required!

It is highly recommended to make a nandroid backup before changing system files.

In case of errors, please send me the log that will show so i can fix the bugs and errors. Thank you


Updating system applications decreases phone internal memory, because the update is stored in /data/app and the original apk is still in /system/app.

System cleaner will automatically:
- create a backup of the original apps in /sdcard/system cleaner/ (in case you want to restore the original apk)
- delete the apk in /system/app
- move the updated apk to /system/app
- clear the dalvik-cache and application cache (optional)
- reboot device (optional but recommended)

By doing this, a considerable amount of internal memory storage will be freed.
This is very important if you have an older device with limited internal memory,
so you can have updated apps and enough storage for new installs.

How to use it:
- start the application
- let System cleaner check for updated apps
- start and let System cleaner finish the work
- restart the device (preferable with deleting the dalvik-cache to free some more space if possible)

Known issues:
- if you used Lucky patcher, you will get "Android is upgrading" on every boot after cleaning dalvik-cache (this is not my app fault) - remove the patch, reboot, then re-apply patch and the problem is gone.

NOTE: the first restart will take longer time to rebuild the dalvik-cache(this is normal)

Recent changes:
3.0.5
- fixed reported problem of deleting external data
thanks to Akbear

3.0.3
- fixed crash on start (use report button if any problems)

3.0.0
- redesigned
- smart backup and restore

2.8.3
-lollipop support
- custom backup folder selection fix and filter only writable folders



2.8.0
- Implemented custom action bar
- fixed font size on higher resolution

2.7.6
- added function of clearing app cache for non-rooted users(since a lot of them download this app and then leave bad review)

User reviews of System cleaner ROOT
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A Google User
Mar 21, 2015
Excellent! Great!
A Google User
Mar 19, 2015
Excellent! What does this app do? - Your phone comes Pre-installed with certain Apps such as Google Maps, Play Services, Etc. These are called Google Apps. Your phone provider/manufacturer has put them in your phone System App partition. When Google Updates these apps, They put the Update in your User App Directory, leaving the Older version in your System App directory. This app takes the Updated version, and puts it back into your System App directory removing the Previous version with the Updated version where the App SHOULD be. This leaves more SPACE in your USER Directory for Apps you install on your own, like Games, etc, and your text messages, etc. For this, it requires ROOT Access. IF you do not know what ROOT is, don't leave bad reviews. This app does EXACTLY what it says. Learn to read, and Learn some more. Great Dev, Great App, 5 stars.
A Google User
Mar 13, 2015
DROID x2 running Eclipse x2 Cleaning dalvik is essential to regain speed due to growing bloat of system files. First reboot after dalvik clean is slow, but phone is defiantly healed and subsequent reboot speeds are normal.
A Google User
Mar 6, 2015
John Good
A Google User
Feb 24, 2015
Newer update still crashes samsung galaxy s5, bobcatrom.. app still crashes after newer update.. original ver was working great