What is exact location for Google Play Services data?
Package name of Google Play Services is com.google.android.gms.
Default data directory of apps is under /data/data, and for Play Services, it is /data/data/com.google.android.gms.
Note that you can't simply copy-paste it into anywhere. To peek into data directory of an app you would need root access. ...
You can use adb backup. You can specify the package name for backup a single app (for comprehensive details refer to Nikolay Elenkov)
adb backup [-f <file>] [-apk|-noapk] [-obb|-noobb] [-shared|-noshared] [-all] [-system|nosystem] [-keyvalue|-nokeyvalue] [<packages...>]
adb restore <file>
Note: some apps won't allow adb backup. even if adb ...
Clearing an app's data will make it lose its data, essentially removing progress in games, etc. It will seem to the app as if you just installed it.
On a side note, the question and its title don't match
You can usually copy the data for user apps without issue, but there is no guarantee. I wouldn't copy the /data/data/ folder wholesale, since it will include system app data and provides no way to easily manage it.
I recommend Titanium Backup instead. With root, it allows you to easily backup any subset of apps (such as user apps) that you wish, and then ...
Now you're a bit vague when you say data but if I know what you're talking about then I would consider an app called OneNote by Microsoft.
You need to have a Microsoft account. Go to Outlook and sign up for an email there. You don't have to use that email. It just links all the Microsoft apps together.
Once you have created the email, download OneNote, ...
A search for "mysql" on the stores can answer this: there are several packages available, usually together with a web server and PHP. Best candidates are probably AndroPHP and Palapa.
My list of web servers with scripting support also have some of them (e.g. the two I mentioned), together with links to reviews, video demos, etc – which might make your ...
If it is acceptable for you to use a separate app to collect this data, take a look at GadgetBridge (available on F-Droid). That's an open source app supporting many gadgets, a.o. Pebbles and Mi-Bands. It allows you to export the collected data (see e.g. here). Since v0.24 you can even set it up to do so automatically/periodically.
I don't use "Home with app drawer" but I think it's the same.
Go to Settings > Apps as you've already found. Then tap Storage. You'll see a new screen with the various figures and Clear data and Clear cache buttons.
Assuming that the IT department of the bank has implemented some sort of check in their Android app to ensure that you can't restore its data between different installations (which also includes factory resets), they're probably using something along the lines of a unique ID such as ANDROID_ID.
This answer (and specifically Seva Alekseyev's comment) ...
For delete folder /data/data/ [only for rooted devices]
Install adb tool: [if already adb install than skip this step ]
Notice that in this method you will only install the platform-tools like adb or fastboot.
Download the platform-tools for your OS from https://developer.android.com/tools/sdk/tools-notes.html
Unpack it to <home-drive&...