Deleting system files can lead to many problems, including the need to flash a smartphone. Consider the OS folders Android, which shouldn't be touched at all.
This component is the backbone of the entire phone system. It takes up the most space, about 1 gigabyte, but it should not be deleted under any circumstances. It is here that the image of the operating system, graphics capabilities and all the necessary programs for the correct operation of the device are saved.
If for some reason the folder is damaged or deleted, you will have to re-flash the smartphone.
The folder contains files that are frequently used by programs. It also contains all temporary data and updates. If you delete the partition, then you will no longer be able to install any updates on your device.
Sometimes it is necessary to clean this folder if errors occur and the smartphone does not work correctly. Then the partition will be automatically restored and updated, but it is better not to touch the cache files unnecessarily.
A very important section, which stores the algorithm and settings for starting the device. If this folder does not work properly, the smartphone simply will not turn on. It contains the startup kernel, all the necessary drivers and a RAM disk (the amount of RAM). There is nothing interesting for the user in this section and there is no point in going there.
The folder contains files for system recovery, if necessary. Here is another spare startup kernel and several applications for the drivers to work. The section allows you to reset the device to factory settings, restore files and programs in case of a breakdown. In the absence of these components, there will be no way to return to the beginning.
Stores all the information ever stored on a smartphone: contacts, music, videos, photos, applications and more. The folder is divided into several sections:
- data / app. Setup files;
- data / data. Settings and saving;
- data / clipboard. Data clipboard;
- data / dalvik-cache. This is where the cache memory is stored.
Includes important information about system settings. The folder contains data on USB configuration, city settings, device operating modes. In general, those configurations that we see in the list, and which are displayed as on / off. Incorrect operation of these systems can lead to big problems.