1. bryonp's Avatar
    When I go to my astro and check my files there is one called lazy list and I can erase them but they come back any idea what this is thanks for looking!
    04-18-2011 07:31 AM
  2. jerseyboy357's Avatar
    Some apps create that to build a list of objects to be traversed by an application. Kinda like a storage bin for easy access to things that apps need. No matter how many times u want to delete it, as soon as an app makes a lazy list, it will return. I would leave it alone for you may mess up the apps that created it/them.
    04-18-2011 07:41 AM
  3. seanubis's Avatar
    Some apps create that to build a list of objects to be traversed by an application. Kinda like a storage bin for easy access to things that apps need. No matter how many times u want to delete it, as soon as an app makes a lazy list, it will return. I would leave it alone for you may mess up the apps that created it/them.
    IMO, this is a big problem with Android apps in general - they leave crap all over the place on the SD card. Shouldn't there be some kind of standard location for stuff like that? I mean, sure, I get the need to store stuff on the card, but why not put it all under a common subdirectory instead of at the root of the same place I go to manage my own files?
    04-18-2011 11:05 AM
  4. wildman's Avatar
    IMO, this is a big problem with Android apps in general - they leave crap all over the place on the SD card. Shouldn't there be some kind of standard location for stuff like that? I mean, sure, I get the need to store stuff on the card, but why not put it all under a common subdirectory instead of at the root of the same place I go to manage my own files?
    I agree or be able to hide the files from the system completely, the only option to hide files if images and music with the .nomedia file, I sometimes hide the files from the windows file explorer but this isn't possible in Android so it makes the SD Card look so cluttered.
    04-18-2011 11:09 AM
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