Has anyone noticed that (as best I can tell) there's no way to delete your download history with Jelly Bean? Let's say I download a bunch of stuff with Chrome onto my Nexus 7. I want to delete the history so I go to Settings --> Privacy --> Clear Browser Data. There is no option to delete your download history among the checkboxes. Even if I select every checkbox there, your download history remains. To prove it - go to (in Jelly Bean now, not Chrome) Settings --> Storage --> (let it run the analysis) and then click on "Downloads." You'll see a list of everything you've downloaded - whether it succeeded or failed - since you got the device. Where is the Nexus 7 storing this data? I'd like to get rid of it. Aside from the usual jokes about porn downloading which may follow, I think this is an important privacy vulnerability issue for certain fields of work (law, for one). Thanks for any help!!