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Any way to clean up my SD card

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by johnny124, Jan 9, 2011.

  1. johnny124

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    Once I flash to recovery there are a bunch of old ROM's, gapps, swiftkey, circle battery mod etc that I don't use anymore. Is there any way to get into the SD card and erase these downloads? Thanks:D
     

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    You can use a file explorer like EStrongs File Explorer app from the Android Market. You can also plug your handset into your computer and mount it as a USB mass storage device to view the contents of your microSD card.

    If I have extra files on my microSD card I just use the file explorer. I like taking care of as many things as I can directly on my Sprint HTC Hero.
     
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    +1
     
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    Rather than delete stuff I might find that I need later, I generaly copy the complete contents of the SD card to a folder on my computer. Then I delete from the SD card. If I find something missing, or an app not functioning properly, I have a back up on the computer. The space is not at such a premium on the computer. :)
     
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