[Q] Cleaning out the main storage/new beginning
I am about to give my AT&T Samsung GS4 a new beginning. I have had issues with my current stock ROM and restoring to a previous recovery is giving me issues. I am ready for a new start. The device is rooted, and I have TWRP 184.108.40.206 installed. I don't mind switching to CWM (Jeboo v1.1 is already on my flash list). I am leaning toward Graviton 1.4 ROM. Maybe Goldeneye.
I have just over 2 GB free on my internal storage, which I see getting used up pretty quick with photos of kids and other stuff. I have looked into a few folders, not knowing if they are important. I would like a fresh start with a new ROM and a clean internal storage. I'm even starting anew with a new empty SD card.
What can I do to clean out this internal storage and still keep TWRP (or CWM) recovery intact so I can install a new ROM? My goal is to have a fresh start on a new ROM with no junk files in the internal. Will wiping the internal storage from recovery wipe out my recovery?
In the interest of avoiding catastrophic meltdown and loss of everything, I have indeed made a copy of my internal drive, the sd card, and a few Nandroid backkups, which are all stored on a flash and/or PC.
Device config: Rooted stock ROM, UCUAMDL, stock kernel 3.4.0-453947.
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