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All-In-One Toolbox

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Price: Free

Rating: 4.11/5 (9 votes)


All-In-One Toolbox provides comprehensive system optimizing techniques, embracing all factors that matter to device performance, and helps to optimize your device to run at optimum speed.

It is an amazing app that combines 29 system tools embracing all factors that matter to device performance, and helps to optimize your device to run at optimum speed


What All-In-One Toolbox can do for you?


Clean out junk files:

Created in a simple and safe method of seeing and removing what's taking up storage, including

Delete SMS & Call logs

Erase browsing history

Remove Temp files

Clean SD card

Sweep out Apk leftover

Eliminate cache files

Speedup system performance:

Shut down unnecessary running apps to free up memory to keep Android devices at optimal performance and potentially extend battery life

Privacy protection:

Provide access for you to erase your personal data and browsing traces and pass-word service will lock the things you don’t want to share with others

File management:

Check what’s on Android and provide a list of options for you to control files at your own will

Plenty of additional tools:

29+ system tools available in All-In-One Toolbox, all essential for your ease and wonderful Android experience

Auto task plug-in

Compass plug-in


QR and Barcode Scanner

Game Booster

Android sensor box

and more

How the App works:



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