SD Maid – System Cleaning Tool 4.3.4 beta

SD Maid – System Cleaning Tool 4.3.4 beta


Package Name: eu.thedarken.sdm


Version: 4.3.4 (40304)
Uploaded: Sunday, 25-Sep-16 05:35:06 UTC
File size: 5.63 MB (5625047 bytes)
Minimum Android version: 4.1 (Jelly Bean, API 16)
MD5sum: 63bcbe1d9a8cf0a2a9b69337da3df2b2
SHA1sum: b55b08873aeb366b94b46decdc1c7c81316219d2

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Change logs / What's New

SD Maid [v4.3.4] – 24.09.2016


Added: SD Maid can now use two different binaries for root/normal actions. This increases device compatibility and makes it less likely that SD Maid or the user has to install a binary into /system.
Improved: SD Maid will no longer require a preinstalled system binary on devices that don’t have a default chmod applet (though this is bad in any case and the user should install a system toybox/busybox to fix their chmod applet).
Fixed: Mountpoint detection fallback solution not working due to unexpected output format (#522).
Fixed: Crash if the api call for external storages returns an array containing a null value (#519).
Fixed: Failure to detect mountpoints from user perspective if SD Maid employed RootFS injection to use it’s binary with root (#521).
Changed: Storage size determination will now be run on the storage path itself, not its mountpoint (affects Overview & Storage Analyzer).

Fixed: Crash if we try to restore the last path, have to fallback to a default value, and then the system gives us an empty string as external storage path.
Fixed: Crash when trying to select files in type ‘UNKNOWN’ locations (#520).
Fixed: Crash when trying to extract empty files (#518).

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