1. breakmedown's Avatar
    Ok, so I've been having some "trouble" with my content store. Atleast I view it as such. I'd like to get a sampling of how big your content store database is. I'm guessing there's some important information we'll need, though.

    I've got a 9700 running AT&T Official 6.0.0.526. I have close to, but usually less than 10 apps and all of them that I can shut down are.

    So, my content store (a database I deleted once today) has 37 entries and is worth 4788k of memory.

    Now, I think I've read that the content store is where your phone houses the preferences for your programs, is that right? Is that all it does?

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    07-22-11 01:08 AM
  2. Rootbrian's Avatar
    It's also in the trusted keys store too. I nuked both. I also shrink the OS. Latest is .600.

    When both those databases reach 10-20MB, i'm deleting them. I think you should too. I haven't lost any preferences at all when doing so. DM backups, since they're selective, I exclude both.

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    07-22-11 04:04 AM
  3. breakmedown's Avatar
    I don't even like it being at 5k! Everytime I hook up my phone to my laptop I delete it. Sometimes that's 5 days a week, sometimes it's 1, though.

    Is there any way to tell which program/programs are using up so much space? Only since OS6 have I noticed it being a problem.

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    07-22-11 10:17 AM
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