Deleted ROM, but space isn't freed

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  1. rexvaldez

    rexvaldez New Member

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    I deleted a ROM through psx4all but the space is still being taken up by the ROM. Does the ROM really get deleted?
  2. rawb

    rawb Member

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    Here's an easy solution... Which should have been your first choice if action before making this thread.... Why don't you try using SHH to go into your iPod > Go into the psx folder.... And see if it's still there?

    But who knows >_> It may be hard for some people after all
  3. rexvaldez

    rexvaldez New Member

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    i used total commander and term in ipod, they're not showing up
  4. iTouch532

    iTouch532 Well-Known Member

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    have you tried shutting down your iPod??
    user terminal and type
    reboot
  5. rexvaldez

    rexvaldez New Member

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    yep rebooted, space still being taken up
  6. tomyzitko

    tomyzitko New Member

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    I have the same problem. help please
  7. Nasty_Ben

    Nasty_Ben New Member

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    I know how to fix it. When you delete using psx4all, it puts the rom into a trash folder. Go into finder then to the main directory and there should be a folder named trash. For some reason the trash folder doesn't show up while sshing so use finder to empty the trash folder from the iPod. And for the future, use ssh to delete the roms, not one of the emulators.
  8. Nintendo439

    Nintendo439 Banned

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    oh no

    I'm sorry to say this, but i had to re-jailbrake my itouch.u can do wat that guy said above me, as I did the same thing. Unfortunatly when I tried to put my gba rom on my iPod, it didn't show up. So I restored and re-jailbrake and it works fine now, that's the easiest way.
  9. keppi_GER_93

    keppi_GER_93 New Member

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    Man?!
    Download the MobileFinder from iClarifield and then click on the little Apple Logo und go into the "Trash" Folder.
    There is that ****** game. Delete it there.
    Finished.
  10. mikec1985

    mikec1985 Active Member

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    You restored and jailbroke because it didnt show up LOL

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    You must have put in the wrong folder there no need to re jailbreak

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