Originally Posted by SIMPLEFBB
Hi folks! Well, I just thought I should stop by and ask cause I can't find anywhere else an answer to my problem.. Here it is:
I have an app that when someone downloads it from the Play Store, recognizes the phone and connects to a server (Internet is needed) so every time I open it I have all my data and my "app activity" shown there. So, here's the thing: I want to sell the phone to a friend of mine, but I don't want (neither does he) to reset to factory because he wants a large amount of the apps I have already intalled and it is part of the price.
So, I ask you: Is there a way to completely remove-uninstall an app and ALL of its data so that there is no way for the app to have MY data displayed (no trace left), and basically the app is "reseted' to factory, so that my friend can use from scratch?
Accidentally thanked you...
I have been trying to do something similar. There is a game I downloaded (scarface) and played. I tried clearing cache, uninstalling, even formating internal memory through recovery + flashing a new ROM but when I install the game again my previous game info/data is still there !!! Fuuuuuu :nomegusta:
In your case you can try an app like mybackup or romtoolbox to backup apks to SD. Factory reset/flash new rom. Then use same app to install all the apps back minus data.
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