Is there a trash folder?

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  1. MuckYu

    MuckYu Member

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    Hi,

    yesterday i downloaded some files to my ipod touch and copied them to my pc (~500mb)

    I deleted the files on my ipod and updated music controls & lockscreen clock hide.

    Now i get an error in Cydia something like not enough space

    so i checked Free Space in settings and it says 0 Byte.

    Where are my 500 mb? is there a trash folder?

    thanks ^^
  2. narwal13

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  3. CocaCola

    CocaCola New Member

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    No, there is not.

    SSH manually searching and destroying is the best option.

    Or you could backup your apps and do an apple restore, then do a re-jailbreak (looks like you have a non KC iPod)
  4. Duykur

    Duykur Banned

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    empty your trash on your pc and see what happens.
  5. MuckYu

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    Okay now it's confusing
    i deleted all Videos ~5GB
    and now i have 0 free space
    wtf is going on :O
  6. Code Name_Raven

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    Just restore it...
  7. Timmarus

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    It could be from opened daemons and programs. Download SBSettings and press processes than press "Free up memory" if you see a lot of programs there.
  8. MuckYu

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    ok found the problem
    first i thought rock is the problem, because many others solved the problem by deleting rock

    i just went to settings in ifile and activated trash
    after that i cleaned the trash up and my 5 gb are here

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  9. B dawg

    B dawg New Member

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    Trash...

    Where is the trash folder located?
  10. Cwazywazy

    Cwazywazy Well-Known Member

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    this thread is from last year

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