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Hi I want to clear all applications data(preferences and sqlite) from my phone in one tap.

How can i do this? is there any app which can do this WITHOUT ROOT PERMISSION?

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You can do factory reset under such case.

Go to Settings -> SD & Phone storage -> Factory data reset.

I don't think an app without root can do it as apps are limited in their own sandbox.

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If you mean clearing all app and user data on the phone, you can do a factory reset via Settings -> Privacy -> Factory data reset. Note that this erases all data on the phone, not just app data.

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If you need a fresh phone, reboot in recovery mode and select wipe data. It will format your /cache and /data partitions. Then no data will be there other than your SD card.

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You can try 1Tap cleaner : . It works on non rooted devices.

EDIT: Try Clean Master . It scans the memory card for large cache file that you can delete altogether.

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unluckily this only clear the cache files.I am looking for erasing data files. – john smith Feb 7 '12 at 4:15

No you cant.

But if you decided to root

These are the steps

  1. Root your device
  2. Install xposed framework app
  3. Install gravitybox module app
  4. Reboot device .

Get all these downloads by google. Just type app name and your android version.

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Could you link the apps? – Firelord Sep 22 '15 at 9:27

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