1. B B Mens in Japan's Avatar
    I'd downloaded a certain file on classic to internal storage.But download was broken by some reason,probably network error.
    I'd got the broken unused file.I tried to delete this damn file but I couldn't.The classic showed the messeage 'Unable to delete file,permission denied'
    What is the permission?How to dismiss this permission?
    How to delete this file?

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    01-30-19 01:00 PM
  2. coffee-turtle's Avatar
    I'd downloaded a certain file on classic to internal storage.But download was broken by some reason,probably network error.
    I'd got the broken unused file.I tried to delete this damn file but I couldn't.The classic showed the messeage 'Unable to delete file,permission denied'
    What is the permission?How to dismiss this permission?
    How to delete this file?

    Posted via CB10
    Have you tried just rebooting the phone and trying again? (sorry I have to ask). This might remove the "lock".
    01-30-19 01:39 PM
  3. B B Mens in Japan's Avatar
    Yes.I tried restart BlackBerry Classic.But it still happen the same situation.

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    01-30-19 08:23 PM
  4. TrumpetTiger's Avatar
    I'd downloaded a certain file on classic to internal storage.But download was broken by some reason,probably network error.
    I'd got the broken unused file.I tried to delete this damn file but I couldn't.The classic showed the messeage 'Unable to delete file,permission denied'
    What is the permission?How to dismiss this permission?
    How to delete this file?

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    Where is this file located on your device specifically? (What folder in internal storage?)
    01-30-19 08:27 PM
  5. B B Mens in Japan's Avatar
    'downloads' folder.And I used pre installed Browser for download.
    And I couldn't also move and rename this damn file...

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    01-30-19 09:01 PM
  6. B B Mens in Japan's Avatar
    Oops,sorry.I made a mistake.
    I used Browsie Browser for download.Not pre-installed Browser.
    I'm sorry.

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    01-30-19 09:07 PM
  7. TrumpetTiger's Avatar
    Oops,sorry.I made a mistake.
    I used Browsie Browser for download.Not pre-installed Browser.
    I'm sorry.

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    Can you connect your Classic to your computer and delete it via the shared drive that Link creates to allow access to internal storage?
    01-30-19 09:44 PM
  8. hazmaju's Avatar
    I had that kind of situation on my first Classic couple of times with Android apps... for me NOTHING solved the file/folder permission problem. It was gone only after wipe/autoloader

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    01-31-19 05:01 AM
  9. B B Mens in Japan's Avatar
    Can you connect your Classic to your computer and delete it via the shared drive that Link creates to allow access to internal storage?
    No,I couldn't.
    I connected my BlackBerry classic with my Win7pro PC via USB cable,and I tried to see the problem file.
    But I could not see the file on my computer,although other files were seen.

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    02-02-19 05:46 PM
  10. B B Mens in Japan's Avatar
    I had that kind of situation on my first Classic couple of times with Android apps... for me NOTHING solved the file/folder permission problem. It was gone only after wipe/autoloader

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    Oh,No.
    I hate wipe because it often stop on the way of incompleted.
    But may be I have to try...

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    02-02-19 05:50 PM
  11. hazmaju's Avatar
    Do an autoloader then, it's far better as a clean start...


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    02-02-19 05:54 PM
  12. TrumpetTiger's Avatar
    No,I couldn't.
    I connected my BlackBerry classic with my Win7pro PC via USB cable,and I tried to see the problem file.
    But I could not see the file on my computer,although other files were seen.

    Posted via CB10
    Do you have Win7 set to show hidden files? You can always do an autoloader if needed, but that seems an extreme solution to getting rid of one file....
    02-05-19 12:30 PM
  13. hazmaju's Avatar
    I don't think it can be done otherwise. I tried all available options but to no avail. Sometimes some Android apps change permissions of file/folder and it gets treated as a system file. I couldn't do anything to erase them

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    02-05-19 06:40 PM
  14. brookie229's Avatar
    I don't think it can be done otherwise. I tried all available options but to no avail. Sometimes some Android apps change permissions of file/folder and it gets treated as a system file. I couldn't do anything to erase them

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    This is indeed the case. Some files are just not deletable.
    02-05-19 07:45 PM
  15. hazmaju's Avatar
    Yeah and in his case, not worth the wipe/autoloader if everything else is working fine.

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    02-06-19 03:59 PM
  16. brookie229's Avatar
    Yeah and in his case, not worth the wipe/autoloader if everything else is working fine.

    Posted via CB10
    Agree.
    02-06-19 04:01 PM
  17. Leyra B10's Avatar
    Try a different file manager or a shell program.

    Posted via CB10
    02-08-19 09:02 AM
  18. Joaquin Yugo's Avatar
    Try Ghost Commander

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    02-09-19 12:34 PM
  19. hazmaju's Avatar
    It's a bug I encountered a couple of times, and since the ART seems to be capable of changing the file permission to system, there's really nothing you can do. As for Leyra suggestion I really don't know any shell program that can obtain that level of access ob a BB10

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    02-09-19 03:49 PM
  20. Leyra B10's Avatar
    It's a bug I encountered a couple of times, and since the ART seems to be capable of changing the file permission to system, there's really nothing you can do. As for Leyra suggestion I really don't know any shell program that can obtain that level of access ob a BB10

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    Should be able to.edit: Just 'cd /' all the way back to root lol and from there try 'rm -R accounts/1000/' to removable or shared then the file. With Term48.

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    Last edited by Leyra B10; 02-10-19 at 02:55 PM.
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    02-09-19 04:36 PM
  21. hazmaju's Avatar
    I don't follow about change directory all the way to root but I never actually tried to delete that files with Term48. Maybe worth a try, just don't see it deleting file with a system flag, since without that kind of elevated privileges it's gonna fail like any other file manager

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    02-09-19 04:47 PM
  22. Leyra B10's Avatar
    I don't follow about change directory all the way to root but I never actually tried to delete that files with Term48. Maybe worth a try, just don't see it deleting file with a system flag, since without that kind of elevated privileges it's gonna fail like any other file manager

    Posted via CB10
    Definitely worth it. Send the command from parent directory in the shell. Can't really do that with a file manager.

    Posted via CB10
    02-09-19 05:09 PM

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