Nexus 7 (2012) My 2012 Nexus 7 had become so slow it was unbearable. Having had it previously rooted until 4.4.2 update the bootloader was already unlocked so was able to re-root without loosing any settings or data. That done installed this little app. Simple to use and in my case quick too. Took only a few seconds and made my Nexus usable again. Big improvement, long may it last! Happy days :-)
Not working on 2012 Nexus 7 Lollipop? I have been using this for awhile on the Nexus 7 with KitKat and it works great. Just installed and rooted Lollipop but can't run trim. Maybe it's no longer needed? Anyway, I'll check back to see if it gets an update for Lollipop compatibility.
Good tool, could use some clean up. Trim is simple enough, however it seems that for the paid version a simple feature could be added for functionality at least. E.g. Option to reboot after scheduled trim. It also seems that the UI is lacking in updating when it is working as it always says "Idle..." Even after issuing the fstrim command.
When I like an app, I pay for their premium version. I installed it on my phone first, the easiest device that is always in my pocket. It worked fantastic, phone appeared like new, smooth and butter soft. So immediately paid for premium version, then would be installing on the rest of the devices. My critical one is the android TV box, love it but lags. Problem is cannot get a custom recovery for it, tried this app, and black screen, luckily it worked afterwards.
This just became my favorite maintenance app! Used this on both my Tablet S and on my Galaxy Nexus. Both devices were in line for yet another reflash; in the Tablet's case, I was looking for its replacement due to the long load times for everything. Both devices are now behaving like brand new, fresh out of the box, fully charged androids that made me fall in love with the OS. Awesome and well done. I honestly can't think of a single change to recommend, so five stars from me!
Saves reformatting regularly the latest version of Android supposedly does this by default, but my device was lagging massively after nearly running out of storage, but this fixed it - highly recommend. Note if it says trim not supported the first time you use it (because it doesn't wait for root user confirmation), try clearing the app data and restarting the app
* Added CWM SuperUser support;
* Added android.permission.ACCESS_SUPERUSER permission;
* Fixed disabling scheduler;
* New notification icons.
CLEAR APP DATA BEFORE RUNNING!
Total app rewrite, dropped RootTools library causing bugs, made my own library for handling root operations.