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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by tsanchai, Aug 23, 2010.

  1. tsanchai

    tsanchai Lurker
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    After rooted my Galaxy S, everything work fine except one problem that I need help.

    Under Superuser Permissions, I have seen a very long log, and there is no way to delete or celar them off my Galaxy s. For sure it will take up storage memory. No clear log option in Settings of Superuser Permission 2.3.4.

    Any friend here can tell me how can I delete or clear this Superuser log? So that it won't eat up my storage space

    Thank for advise and solutio n in advance
     

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  2. snapper.fishes

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    You need a Very Very long log to take up anything more than 1MB. Try making a text file that's bigger than 1MB.
     
  3. lexobys

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    hey I just have the same problems (it's just annoying logs) sure Snapper is also correct, but if you still wanted to do it, try this :
    Make sure the superuser app is running (tap it and back)
    Go to Setting/Application/manage application/running app.
    Scroll down, tap superuser, choose clear data.
    remember this will clear up all granted app saved, dunno if its running on Eclair, but froyo will surely do. Lemme me know if its not working
     

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