SD Maid – System Cleaning Tool 4.5.0 beta (Android 4.1+)

By darken

SD Maid [v4.5.0] - 12.12.2016

Core

Added: Support for locations data_system_ce and data_system_de.
Added: Additional debugging options.
Added: Timestamps to new exclusions, preparing for future sort options.
Added: Android TV (leanback) support (#389).
Added: Debug option to run all tools.
Added: Debug option to disable the root check.
Improved: Clutter database.
Improved: User-interface, various small tweaks (e.g. #578).
Improved: Updated SD Maids internal toybox (bugfixes, removed ls applet, added pidof applet).
Improved: If statistics fail due to having no device space, gracefully continue instead of crashing.
Improved: UI performance/behavior related to the navigation drawer.
Improved: Bugreporting related to binary setup issues (toybox/busybox/sqlite3).
Improved: UI. Small tweaks to used strings, a bit of padding here and there.
Improved: Setup/Baseconditions task logic. Cleaner abort/continue behavior. Fixed a few issues that could lead to getting stuck in setup, having to kill SD Maid.
Improved: Multitasking behavior. Reboot tasks only make sense to be executed when everything else is done. To support this I've rewritten some chunks of SD Maids tasks-to-worker (each tool is a worker) distribution code.
Improved: If the statistics database corrupts, it now automatically resets itself.
Changed: SD Maids external tasks system to a simpler approach, previously functionality was overkill and convoluted. This should have positive effect on scheduler and widget actions. If it never worked on a specific ROM before, it might now.
Fixed: UI crash related to exiting a view when items were selected.
Fixed: Crash related to writing (copy/move) to external storage through the storage access framework.
Fixed: Crash related to storage access framework based access (external sdcards/portable storage).
Fixed: Crash related to deletion on external storage on Android 4.4 devices (provider trick).
Fixed: Crash related to initialization of SD Maids multiuser detection.
Fixed: Crash related to unlocker detection.
Fixed: Crash related to loading AppControl while either CorpseFinder or SystemCleaner was running.
Fixed: Android 4.4's "Provider trick" deletion method being used on other version too, where it obviously failed and slowed down deletion in edge cases (#595).
Fixed: Running apps detection on Android 7.0+ (#527).
Fixed: Floating action button not anchoring correctly (#610).
Explorer

Improved: Extraction behavior to better deal with uncommon archives structures.
Improved: Error message when opening something (#612).
Fixed: A rare UI related crash when trying to open a file with an app that directly closes again.
Fixed: Crash when trying to create SystemCleaner user-filter based on an invalid item.
Fixed: UI issue when quickly opening the report dialog, then closing it.
Searcher

Fixed: Empty searcher tasks failing in some cases instead of just listing the whole device.
AppControl

Added: "Activity manager" which allows you to view all exported Activities an app may have, launch them or add them as shortcut to your home screen (requires SD Maid Pro).
Added: View apps internal/external storage location.
Added: Action to move apps to internal/external storage on rooted devices (requires SD Maid Pro).
Improved: Core routines related to creating and updating "App" objects. A more modular approach now makes it faster to update Apps accurately after actions changed their state/behavior. The new approach also allows easier addition of new app details.
Changed: A few layout and color details to make more sense (green running, blue frozen, force stopped in between).
Fixed: Don't crash if the ROM has no uninstall activity (wtf?).
Fixed: Receivers being no longer shown after disabling them.
CorpseFinder

Added: Filter for /mnt/secure/asec (#247).
Fixed: Failsafe check for asec related corpses which checks if the .asec file is currently mounted (and thus not yet a corpse).
SystemCleaner

Added: Filter for recent tasks, which deletes metadata and screenshots used to restore the the recent tasks list after reboots (#235).
Appcleaner

Added: Filter to delete send/received files from Telegram (#609).
Improved: Analytics filter, added Adobe Analytics related files.
Improved: No longer require parent folder to contain the packagenames (fixes matching issues on the sdcard root).
Improved: Hidden cache filter.
Improved: Hidden cache filter matching. More aggressive matching against variants of the "tmp" folder.
Fixed: Bluetooth snoop log matching.
Storage analyzer

Fixed: Possible issue when browsing external storage on Android 5.0+ and base storage item has no parent.
Fixed: Being able to enable /cache without root.
Fixed: Filetree not being correctly updated after deleting something.
Databases

Added: Options to sort the list by state, app and size (#598).
Statistics

Changed: Reduced default chronic limit to 3 days.
QuickAccess

Added: Triggering QuickAccess through Android 7.1 "app-icon-shortcuts" (requires SD Maid Pro).
Improved: Progressbar behavior when tasks switch between "In queue" and working.
Scheduler

Added: Option to reboot the device after scheduler action complete.
Improved: Layout padding and tap behavior.
Exclusions

Added: Options to filter the list by type of exclusion (#600).
Improved: Exclusions are now sorted by their last modification time (#600).
Fixed: Being able to select locked exclusions in multiselect mode.
SD Maid will help you keep your device clean and tidy!
It offers a collection of tools to manage applications and files.

Nobody is perfect and Android neither.
Apps you have already removed leave something behind.
Logs, crash reports and other files you don't really want are constantly being created.
Your storage is collecting files and directories you don't recognize.
Let’s not go on here... Let SD Maid help you!

Among SD Maids tools are:
* Explorer: A full-fledged file manager.
* Searcher: Helps you find files by name or content.
* AppControl: Allows you to manage installed user and system applications.
* CorpseFinder: Removes data belonging to already uninstalled applications.
* SystemCleaner: Removes known unwanted files. You can adjust results by choosing different filters or creating your own.
* Biggest: Gives you an overview where you storage is being used up.
* Databases: Improves database size and performance.
* LastModified: Can show you which files have been altered in a chosen time period.

Additional features can be enabled by purchasing SD Maid Pro.

SD Maid is very powerful; use it at your own risk.

Don’t hesitate to send me a mail if you have questions or concerns.

Obtaining SD Maid from unofficial sources puts your device at risk.
Package: eu.thedarken.sdm
Version: 4.5.0 (40500)
Screen Density: nodpi
Supports: Android TV
Uploaded: December 12, 2016 at 5:46 pm UTC
File size: 5.46 MB (5726265 bytes)
Minimum: Android 4.1+ (Jelly Bean - API 16)
Target: Android 7.1 (Nougat - API 25)
MD5: 9da0ea5fcf9609f6b4f15b7818915087
Downloads: 177
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