PRO_APK Posted July 12, 2022 at 12:46 PM Share Posted July 12, 2022 at 12:46 PM SD Maid - System Cleaning Tool v5.4.0 [Beta] [Pro] [Mod Extra]Requirements: 5.0+Overview: SD Maid will help you keep your device clean and tidy! It offers a collection of tools to manage apps and files. Nobody is perfect and neither is Android. 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! SD Maid allows you to: • Browse your whole device and manipulate files through a full-fledged file explorer. • Remove superfluous files from your system. • Manage installed user and system apps. • Detect files formerly belonging to uninstalled apps. • Search for files by name, content or date. • Obtain a detailed overview of your devices storage. • Optimize databases. • Do actual app cleaning and remove expendable files, which supersedes what others may call 'cache cleaning'. • Detect duplicate pictures, music or documents, independent of name or location. • Run tools automatically on a schedule or via widgets. What's New: v5.4.0Core - Improved: Translations. - Improved: Clutter database. Explorer - Added: Support for installing split APKs. Works with the APK export format that SD Maid produces, but should also work with any export in the same format. You need to click and press "install apk" on the `<IDENTIFIER>-base.apk` and the other files need to be named `<IDENTIFIER>-otherlabels.apk`. SD Maid will recognize the other APK parts by their common prefix (`<IDENTIFIER>`). AppControl - Removed: `BOOT` tag from list view. You can still filter for it. See here why the `BOOT` tag is not what you think it is: https://github.com/d4rken/sdmaid-public/wiki/AppControl#receiver-manager-autostart - Added: Add a new `No internet permission` tag. Apps without internet permission (`android.permission.INTERNET`) are now highlighted and can be filtered for. The idea is that this highlights apps with good privacy/no tracking CorpseFinder - Fixed: Corpse filename not matching actual file. Filenames on public storage are case-insensitive. SD Maid would match `MiBand` but display it as `miband` as the clutter marker is called `miband` and for the sdcard root, SD Maid does a reverse lookup (load marker, check if exists) which returns `miband.exists() == true` due to case-insensitivity even though the folder is called `MiBand`. This is not problematic for deletion, but for exclusions. If you now create an exclusion from the CorpseFinder UI for `miband` it won't match `MiBand`. - Changed: CorpseFinder (or global) exclusion will now use case-insensitive matching for files on the sdcard (not necessary to fix the above issue, but a sane change nonetheless). This currently only applies to the CorpseFinder tool. Duplicates - Added: `TWRP/backup` to default exclusions AppCleaner - Improved: ROM detection for `Iode` custom ROMs that are based on lineageOS. - Improved: Default exclusions for apps that can't be cleared Mod Info: Pro / Paid features unlocked - no additional key required;Disabled / Removed unwanted Permissions + Receivers + Providers + Services;Optimized and zipaligned graphics and cleaned resources for fast load;Remove default .source tags name of the corresponding java files;Debug code removed;Check for new update disabled;Native bugsnag analytics removed completely;Cleaned assets folder;Analytics / Crashlytics disabled;Languages: Full Multi Languages;CPUs: armeabi-v7a, arm64-v8a, x86, x86_64;Screen DPIs: 160dpi, 240dpi, 320dpi, 480dpi, 640dpi;Original package signature changed;Release by Balatan. This app has no advertisements More Info:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=eu.thedarken.sdmDownload Instructions:Untouched + Key: https://userupload.net/csgqpdndv9xt https://uploadrar.com/0l5hvyjqwx78 Pro Unlocked: https://userupload.net/nyfdl98gv1xf https://uploadrar.com/5twcrchcpu0t Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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