Unlike junk files on PC, Android doesn’t offer a universal trash can (Recycle Bin) that will store all the files you delete. Instead, most apps on Android manage their own trash, which of course you have to empty one by one.
Well, this time, DroidPoin will discuss how to empty trash files for the Google Photos and Files by Google applications. Both of these apps are popular gallery apps and file managers for the Android operating system, so if you’re using an apElsewhere, check the “Recently Deleted”, “Junk”, or similar place to find and delete deleted files.
Delete junk files in Google Photos
- Open the Google Photos app
- After that select the Gallery menu at the bottom of the screen
- Next, find the Trash sub menu
- If you want to permanently delete the file right now from the device, you can choose empty trash or you can wait for the file to be deleted automatically within 30 days.
Delete junk files in Files by Google
- Open the Files by Google app
- Select the “more” option or the three-line icon on the top left
- Next, just select the trash sub-menu
- If you want to permanently delete the file right now from the device, you can select delete or you can wait for the file to be deleted automatically within 30 days.
Well, that’s how to delete junk files on Android. How, very easy is not it?
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