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  1. RizXperia

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    WHERE DOES THE APPS I DOWNLOAD FROM THE mARKET GET STORED ON THE x10 HAVE TRIED SEARCHING BUT NO JOY AAAH ALSO DOES IT STORE THEM IN JUST ONE FOLDER OR DOES IT ALSO STORE IN SUB FOLDERS ? HELP
     

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    This and that.
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    Hi.

    You'll find them in data/app.
     
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    hI THERE ALL THAT I HAVE IN THE DATA FOLDER IS A BACKUP FOLDER ??
     
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    Hey RizXperia, will you please explain in more detail exactly what you want:)
     
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    I downloaded an app called total recall which was free phone was playing up and before i could use the app i was told to do a master rest on the phione and now when i have reinstalled the app it says i cant download it again and i was advised by someone on the forum to remove it from SD card and i would find the app in the data folder which i aint. If you look at a post by me earlier named Total Recall App it will hopefully make it clearer
     
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    This and that.
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    Not the data folder on your SD, the data folder on the phone, which requires root to access.
     
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    I c would you explain plz am all new to this and its doing my head in
     
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    This and that.
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    K thanks will take a look
     
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    This is a DOUBLE POSTING. Please see the answer on your other thread. But as far as where they are stored' they are stored on your phones "1GB of Internal" storage. With version 1.6, you can NOT store any apps on the SD card...
     
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    I have been following this thread on xda about moving apps to sd on xperia.

    It seems a bit haphazard at the moment but it is getting close.

    A word of caution though, you need root access, and a knowledge of adb, and quite a few people are having problems, although many are successful with it. As soon as it gets to the stage where everyone is positive I might give it a go.
     

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