If you often complain that Xiaomi’s memory is congested due to large other files, then you are not al1. Many users complain about this, especially those who have limited memory.

Other files contain various file types, ranging from OBB files for games, junk files, to data that we have downloaded, but we forget to move or delete them.

Therefore, to delete other files on this Xiaomi device, you also need several ways because the deleted files are indeed different. Some of the means referred to include the following:

Delete Unused Files and Multiple Files

In the first method, you can delete files that you don’t use or move them to external memory, very large files.

In this case, the files in question include APK files, ZIP or RAR files, documents (word, excel, or pdf), and unused folders. You can also delete junk files in this case.

Also, you can use the Cleaner feature of the Xiaomi Security application to clean multiple files, such as files that we send using WhatsApp or other applications. You can also delete it manually through the File Manager.

Delete WhatsApp Database Backup

One that I quite hate about the WhatsApp application is the offline backup system it does. This system takes up a large amount of storage memory, sometimes even reaching as much as 1 GB.

Therefore, I am quite diligent in cleaning up WhatsApp’s backup files. The trick, you just open the File Manager application (go to the internal part of course) and find the folder WhatsApp.

Then enter the folder Database and delete the database in the folder. This is an option if I usually leave the most recent file just in case if there is a little problem, like to restore deleted messages.

Also, you can also delete folders. Shared, Trash.Thumbs in the WhatsApp folder. If this folder does not appear, you must activate the Show Hidden File setting.

Remove the application that you no longer use

By removing unused applications, especially game applications that have a large enough data size, you will save more storage space on the device you are using.

Or, if you have a rooted device, you can use third-party applications to move the data to external storage memory.

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