1. cvendra's Avatar
    Since about a week I have seen files like qt_temp.randomnumber in my downloads folder which can't be erased. Anyone know what this is?

    Z10, STL100-1, 10.2.1.1925
    02-17-14 08:20 PM
  2. Elite1's Avatar
    Have you downloaded anything else around the same times & dates as these files?

    You can try a device reset first. (NOT the same as a restart.)
    Hold down both your Volume Up & Down keys for about 10-20 seconds. Keep pressing them, ignoring screenshot notification, BB splashscreen, black screen, red LED, and BB splashscreen again. I don't release the Volume keys until I see the blue startup icon.

    Anything work better after that reboot?
    02-17-14 08:34 PM
  3. Elite1's Avatar
    Oh if you long press them and select Properties from right side action menu, what type of file is it?
    02-17-14 08:43 PM
  4. gg bb's Avatar
    Have u been installing lots of android apks?
    Is this your device or sdcard downloads?

    Sounds like qterminal apk.

    Some of apps can leave junk around, this can happen on android phones and BlackBerry.

    If on sdcard easy to delete, if on device, find the culprit app and try and delete from with in app, like clear history? also look into settings in the app and try and set the temporary folder to be on sd card.
    02-18-14 03:04 AM
  5. cvendra's Avatar
    Looks like android junk. Was able to delete with android file manager.

    Z10, STL100-1, 10.2.1.1925
    02-18-14 08:57 AM
  6. Catalin Sosu's Avatar
    Looks like android junk. Was able to delete with android file manager.

    Z10, STL100-1, 10.2.1.1925
    Thanks for the info. Android file manager did erase them but I can't disable the app notification. Everytime I delete it, it pops up again, even after I disabled it from the apps settings.

    Thanks again
    03-14-14 12:43 PM
  7. fedez76's Avatar
    Thanks for the info. Android file manager did erase them but I can't disable the app notification. Everytime I delete it, it pops up again, even after I disabled it from the apps settings.

    Thanks again
    You can delete that files with Ghost Commander
    C_McD likes this.
    03-25-14 04:22 AM
  8. praveesalem's Avatar
    Use snap and download USBFM app, then select the path file where the QT_TEMP FILES hold the file and select delete. The file ll be deleted
    nightridah likes this.
    08-14-14 10:08 AM
  9. C_McD's Avatar
    You can delete that files with Ghost Commander
    Thanks that did the trick for me!
    11-20-16 09:40 AM

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