I don't find, how I can view, which folders and files are the biggest in my system data. So I can manually decide which files to delete and which not.
2. Expected behavior
Ideally to have behavior as in SpaceSniffer Windows program.
SpaceSniffer can show sizes of system Windows files.
I can't get similar behavior for Android.
- ASK Benefit S401
- Android 5.1.1
- CyanogenMod 12.1 ROM
When I install CyanogenMod, system data size — ~700 MB; at the time — ~1,5 GB.
Several hundred megabytes — apps data, for which I would consider the possibility of removal.
4. Not helped
4.1. SpaceSniffer Android alterntaives
All doesn't show system data files and folders.
I don't find another DiskUsage alternatives, that can help me.
5. Do not offer
- Yes, I understand that operations with system Android files may be risky. I understand that I do actions at my own risk.
- Yes, I know about SD card partitioning, and I move all my apps to SD card use Apps2SD.
Yes, I can view system data files, use any file manager, that support root — I use Amaze, — but I don't find file manager, that:
- correct sort folders and files in system data
- show files/folders size of all files in screen.
6. Related questions
My question is not duplicate for these questions; please look carefully.