delete nandroid backup

Devtodi

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I am beginning a collection of nandroid backups on my sd card and would like to delete the older ones as they take up quite a bit of space. Can someone instruct me how to do this or at lease outline the path? I can't find them. Thanks.
 

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The backups are on the sd card in the Clockworkmod directory, subfolder backup. Each backup is under a folder named by date. Delete the backups you don't want with any file directory app.

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thanks that was helpful. Is there an app that identifies what items are taking up space on the sd card or do I need to insert it into my pc. I thought I had 10 gb left on my 32 gb card but i now only see 8 even after deleting extra nandroid backups. Any suggestions? Thanks.
 

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Just pull it up on your computer, that would be the easiest way to manage your sdcard.

Remember, pics/videos and apps to sdcard are big space takers...

Nandroid backups, I normally only keep 2 or 3 on there...

1. Untouched setup of whatever based ROM I'm running before modifying anything.
2. Backup of my current setup, all tweaked out and setup how I like it.
3. Maybe an old backup of a previous ROM that I may bounce back to from time to time.
 
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