1. MiyakSk33's Avatar
    Some of you would have noticed the android files are saved in a general folder 'Device/misc/andoid'. How do delete some of them? It seems like there are duplicate folder?
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    08-09-14 07:53 PM
  2. jaydee5799's Avatar
    There are duplicate folders there. But some of these folders contain needed files to run apps on your phone. Delete at your own risk. If you remove something an app needs, then you run the risk of having to reinstall the app. Hopefully you won't blow up your OS from here.

    If there is a folder from an app you have deleted, then you can try to delete it and see what happens.
    08-10-14 08:49 AM
  3. MiyakSk33's Avatar
    I did try to delete some prior to me posting but I got a consistent no permission response. I guess my anti-anything not blackberry is wanting to know why android needs all these duplicate folders? I even removed all my android apps and deleted snap to see if that would give me access but I got the same issue.
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    08-10-14 10:20 AM
  4. MobileMadness002's Avatar
    Some of those "duplicates" are merely symbolic links. Dont delete them unless your prepared to reinstall.
    08-10-14 11:31 AM

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