If you own an Android mobile phone, chances are you’ve heard about the term called “Rooting”. Rooting the Android mobile phone is akin to that of jailbreaking iOS mobile phones.
Rooting an Android phone unlocks vast potential in that you can tinker with the phone’s core features and you can also delve to the deepest settings of your device.
Rooting also allows you to install “Root Apps” that require Administrator-level permissions in order to carry out their intended purposes.
In today’s article, we are going to talk about an Android Root App that has become quite popular in recent months.
The Dumpster App for Android mobile phones works just like the Recycle bin you can find on your computers. But, it is not only limited to that as it has some extra set of features as well. We will go over all of the app’s features in this article.
What I love about the Dumpster App for Android mobile phones is that it has an amazing integration with a host of cloud storage services such as Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, and so much more.
Basically, aside from being a repository for your deleted files and apps, the Dumpster App for Android can be set to automatically save your files to the cloud storage of your choosing.
When you are organizing files on your computer, there might be instances that you will accidentally delete all of your files. The Dumpster App for Android is here to help you with that. Even if you’ve accidentally deleted a file or a set of files, it will still remain on the Dumpster app and you can easily recover the file before it gets deleted.
Furthermore, you can also set the app to upload the delete files to your cloud storage service so that you do not have to. It will do it automatically for you which is a really nice feature.
The Dumpster App for Android seems to be a good recycle bin in that it stores a lot of different file types. From music files (mp3, ogg, wma) to document files (pdf, docx, pptx) and more, you will not have to worry about accidentally deleting your files as it will be reflected in the app’s interface.
Not only does the Dumpster App for Android become a repository for your deleted files, it can also help you recover your uninstalled apps as well. This Android mobile phone app takes note of what you’ve uninstalled and it will keep it in its database so you can restore that uninstalled app.
Speaking of recovering files and uninstalled apps, the Dumpster App for Android also has a nifty preview feature that allows you to take a peek at the files you’ve deleted so you can discern if you want those files to be deleted or you want some of those files recovered (or backed up to the cloud storage).
The Dumpster App for Android is an amazing app if you’ve accidentally deleted your files. For a seamless and worry-free backup experience, I highly suggest you get a mobile phone signal booster if you’re using your phone’s data services to upload the files.
The Dumpster App for Android is free to download with in-app purchases. This app can be downloaded in the Google Play Store.