Hello all. Once again I'm in need of help. This time with an issue which I've been strugling with the whole weekend and it's driving me nuts: Firstly, I have a Galaxy Nexus which does not have an external SD, but instead uses an internal partition that works as an SD card. Second, I currently have a stock, rooted ICS 4.0.4 but I've restored nandroid backups with 4.0.2 and the leaked JB 4.1 to see if they help somehow, but the problem remains: I have in the aforementioned SD partition a folder containing two rather large files which I need to delete. Altough its a bit technical for me, I've checked they have read and write permisions, yet they refuse to go. I have tried using 3 methods: Via USB cable: When I connect my phone to my PC, browse to the folder where the files are and delete them, they appear to be gone. But as soon as I reconect the cable or refresh the view, the files reappear. Remotelly with programs such as airdroid and Wifi file explorer: I use my computer's internet browser to navigate through my SD partition and delete those files as per each of the programs usage. Again the files appear to be deleted, but when I refresh the folder contents, the files remain. On the phone itself, with file explorers such as Astro filemanager: Same. I use the app to try delete the offending files and depending on the app I might get a message saying "files deleted" or something similar, but nothing happens with the files. I am at a loss on what to do because I can't think of what's causing this or how to solve it and I've reached my technical capabilities, so any help would be greatly, greatly appreciated.