Google has added an Auto-Archive function to Android. When a user wants to install a new application, but the device has insufficient space, the system will automatically uninstall the application to ensure that there is enough space available. Auto-archiving will only uninstall a part of the app, freeing up about 60% of the app’s storage space. Officials say this will reduce the chances of users directly removing the entire app and user data from the device.
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