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Please support storage analysis, long press the directory to join the system cleaner #2320

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Vstory opened this Issue Feb 21, 2019 · 6 comments

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Vstory commented Feb 21, 2019

Please support the results of the storage analysis interface, long press the directory to add it to the system cleaner. The current system cleaner is not easy to configure.

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d4rken commented Feb 22, 2019

You can already add filters from the explorer, why would prefer to do this in the storage analyzer tool?

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Vstory commented Feb 22, 2019

You can already add filters from the explorer, why would prefer to do this in the storage analyzer tool?

I want to add a directory to the cleanup rules, but the configuration of the system cleaner is too cumbersome. As far as you say the resource manager can be added, I have tried through the resource manager and have no options to add the directory to the cleanup rules.

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/storage/emulated/0/Android/data/com.netease.cloudmusic/sdcard/netease/cloudmusic/Cache

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d4rken commented Feb 22, 2019

You have to enable it in the settings of the explorer.

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d4rken commented Feb 22, 2019

I think it could be enabled by default though to make this easier.

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Vstory commented Feb 22, 2019

You have to enable it in the settings of the explorer.

Sorry, I didn't find it before.
thank you for your help.

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Vstory commented Feb 22, 2019

  1. I have enabled Redirect Storage for many non-standard applications that use sdk.
    Redirect Storage

2.The resource manager can indeed add new directories to the system cleaner, but it does not visually display the size of the footprint, as is the case with storage analytics.

3.Storage analytics allows me to intuitively understand the folders & files I don't need, and how much space they take up, which allows me to make faster decisions and add them to the system cleaner.

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