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Improve language and ROM compatibility for cache deletion via accessibility service. #2396
Support status of #1588 .
Supported since v4.14.0:
To add support for other languages:
Step 1 is a list entry that takes us to the app's storage details, in English on Android 9 the entry reads:
Step 2 is the button for clearing the cache, in English on Android 9 it's labeled:
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Mar 19, 2019
Sorry I edited your comment to make it smaller, fixed.
No, you will always get the latest version, if there is no beta then you'll get the production version.
Google Play does no detection. I tell Google Play where to publish it. Any version that is published as beta on Google Play can also be moved forward to production.
Independent of that when there have been many large changes I build SD Maid with a "beta" flag which will make it show "Beta" in the app too and improve debugging while sacrificing a bit performance. Builds with the "beta" flag will just not be moved to production by me.
Sometimes I think a build is stable but after publishing it on the beta track a few problems arise and I never move that problematic update out of beta, but replace it with an update, and if that update is stable enough I move it forward to production.