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Re: clean master?
The caches fill rapidly to the point that they overload the system memory and slow everything to a crawl, or worse. About 98% is absolutely useless. Clean Master does a great job of cleaning out the detritus, especially all those advertising memory hogs. You can choose specific caches to ignore, to preserve those very few valuable ones (e.g., some of the system caches, in-progress games, etc.). If you find some cache actually helps, simply add it to the exclude list, by long pressing the name and selecting exclude. Another valuable Clean Master feature closes memory resident apps that are unnecessary RAM hogs. This has even more beneficial system effect. Yes, Android does manage memory usage so that it does not cause system crashes. But closing those memory-resident "closed apps" gives system performance a noticeable boost AND conserves a lot of battery life.
Originally Posted by THX1141
Another "vital" S4 app is Battery Doctor, which performs other battery preserving tasks that can almost double battery life when used consistently, such as closing memory hogs, adjusting screen settings, and fine-tuning the battery charging process. Highly recommended to be used with Clean Master.
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