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  1. StJason

    StJason Member This Topic's Starter

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    My google-fu is weak!
    Toying around with my phone, and I kept running out of space on the internal drive. Poking around, and I found one directory which is eating up over 90% of my internal memory. That folder is a series of (random?) numbers.
    Inside the folder is ten directories, each with similar content. Each is named "cbpf00000000000xxxx" where xxxx is a (random?) series of numbers. They are all very similar in time made. Each contains thee files. One with the long series of numbers, on called 'cpbmf' which is a couple of kb is size, and one called 'cpbdf' which is 2-4 gigs in size. Needless to say, this is eating up a huge amount of my memory.

    Is there anyway I can trim these down? Are they some sort of backup that I can delete a few of? I'd love to get the 27 gigs of space back from these. But I'm a little hesitant to delete them out of fear of bricking things.

    Thoughts?
     

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  2. lunatic59

    lunatic59 Moderati ergo sum Moderator

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    Can you give us the full path of one of these files? It sounds like it might be cached data for an app or part of a game.
     
  3. StJason

    StJason Member This Topic's Starter

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    ...actually, I can't. I backed up, crossed my fingers and deleted the directory. No issues so far...
     

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