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Old March 11th, 2011, 09:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ok on my sd card i have lazylist in nmt\sdcard\lazylist.... it always takes forever to try and open but i give up after 10 mins .... so what is it and what files would be in there

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I opened lazylist with WiFi File Explorer pro and for me the only thing that was in it was facebook profile photos. I'm guessing it's like a cookies type of folder
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And the #1 reason this kind of reply gets SOOOOOO frustrating is the fact that I only found this thread because I DID google my question FIRST! So then I think I find the answer, but the only top google answers come back to threads telling me to search google. If this didn't happen all the time on almost every forum I wouldn't be so annoyed about it. Please help a sister out and either ignore the "dumb question" or post a link to an actual answer so google doesn't end up making this non-answered questions the top returned search results! Thank you.
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Some info for you:
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LazyList is a method used often in Java programming to build an array, or list, of objects to be traversed by an application.

The apps likely create a LazyList folder on the SD card and use it as temp storage for creating/using lazy lists.

You can blow the folder away, but it will be created again when an app creates a lazy list.
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Lazylist is a generic folder created and used by multiple apps to store cached image files. Open the folder and view the files as images and you'll see images from apps you've used. This is used to help speed up the loading of the market, apps, etc. There's no harm in deleting the folder, but it will come back. It would be wise to delete it since it can take up quite a bit of useless storage space.
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