How to Add Recycle Bin on Android Phone

One of the main features of windows is Recycle bin. Let us see a quick overview of recycle bin. The recycle bin in the windows system is just like a dustbin. Where, when you delete your files from the system, it won’t gets deleted permanently. It remains in the recycle bin. If you want to restore deleted files, you can restore them from the recycle bin.

Android don’t have a recycle bin feature in it. So whenever someone delete a file, it gets deleted permanently. If by chance you deleted a picture accidentally, it is deleted permanently and you cannot restore it. Well, now I am back with a trick where you can create recycle bin in android with the help of Dumpster app.

Dumpster app gives a recycle bin feature to your android phones. There are many other similar recycle bin apps available in the market. But, this bin app for android does its job well. You are not required to have a Internet Connection for this app to work. Also, there is one beneficial feature of this app,it works on both rooted and non-rooted devices.

Steps to Add Recycle Bin to Android

1. First, you need to download and install dumpster app. You can download dumpster app here.

2. Open the dumpster app.

3.Accept the terms and conditions of the app.

4. In the basic setup page, select your required file types. These are the types of file that the dumpster app will track and save whenever they will be deleted.
Dumpster-app-configuration

5. After the configuration is done, click on next.

Congrats, you are done. Now on-wards  Dumpster app will store all the items deleted from your device. Delete a junk file in your android if you want to check this dumpster recycle bin feature.

To restore a file from this app, follow these steps

  • Open dumpster.
  • Select a file, you want to restore.
  • Now, click on the restore button. You can now restore a single file or multiple files at once.

Now, you can see your file is successfully restored.

 

 

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