In one of the motivational talk shows I saw on TED, I heard that the ability to make mistakes helps you free yourself from the limitations of being perfect and lets you open yourself to all kinds of opportunities and possibilities. This holds true even though you’re working on your computer in all walks of life. The OS allows you the right to work carelessly with files when you are operating on Windows or Mac. You know that the Recycle Bin is built to store deleted files, giving you the chance to recover them if accidentally deleted..
However, there’s no failsafe to handle such incidents even after six generations of Android yet. A file that was removed from your phone is now lost. You may probably use some file recovery tool to try to recover them, but chances of success are slim and entirely dependent on your luck.
So today, I’ll introduce you to an Android app which will give you the freedom to make mistakes. Dumpster for Android is a free app that brings the recycling bin feature right on your Phone, much like one you have on Windows and on Mac. Also, the software doesn’t require root access to function and works with any of the file managers out there.
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DUMPSTER FOR ANDROID
To get started, the very first thing you will have to do is install the Dumpster app from the Play Store (which is free, btw) and once it’s initialized, Only push the home button and let it run backstage. If you have a built-in Auto Start System Manager, please ensure that this software is included as an auto start program, so that the services will not be interrupted in case you reboot.
Dumpster will now monitor your internal storage and no matter what you delete from any of the file managers, it will be recorded and cached by Dumpster.
THE FEATURES OF DUMPSTER
The best thing about using Dumpster is that unlike other Android-based recycling bin applications, you don’t have to share files with the client to connect to them. The app will automatically track the files removed from the filesystem. Furthermore, the software works on almost all types of files including images , videos, audio, pdf, zip, mp3 , mp4, ppt, doc, avi, mpg, jpg, rar, etc. and you don’t have to rely with a third party file manager to handle your files.
After Dumpster gathers the deleted files, and you now have two choices. If you unintentionally deleted them or later remember that you needed those files, you can pick files and restore them to their original location. Or if you want free storage of the computer, you can permanently uninstall it. In the Configuration menu, you can pick which of the files you want to cover using Dumpster and which one you want to remove directly, since all the files saved by Dumpster are still in the storage of the device and therefore take storage space so that you can not permanently delete them. You can also choose self-cleaning time after which automatically clean the cached files on Dumpster.
There are premium features that allow you to get cloud storage along with ad-free app but it’s pricey at $2.99 a month or $29.99 a year. The ads are not obtrusive and so long as you don’t need cloud backup for files by Dumpster, you can work with a free version. This can be done free of charge anyway using other applications available on the Play Store.
That was Dumpster, which used files that you could accidentally delete to have a failsafe on Android. No need to root your computer and there’s absolutely no need for Internet connectivity. The only thing it needs is a constant warning so that the App does not destroy its services in order to free up any RAM as any file that is deleted when it is not running is automatically deleted. So make sure you ‘re using the app, and don’t forget to express your views.
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