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Modaco images in Modaco folder?

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Hi,

There's 3 modaco images in storage/sdcard0/Pictures/Modaco - I can't delete, rename or edit anything in that directory. Is there a specific reason they're there and I can't touch them, or?

Currently on JR1 - but it was there on previous modaco roms too.

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I can easily remove them with Total Commander. What kind of error message do you get?

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Just says cannot delete file. I dont use Total Commander usually, but tried it and still the same.

Just tried via a terminal emulator and got permission denied.

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What exactly are the images of? I don't have that rom on at the moment but the images might be important....

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They're modaco logo/background images. I think they might have come from a previous ROM, they're dated April.

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I had these on an early ICS build of Paul's .. could not delete them in any way - except a full wipe of the device and flashing a stock image from Google! Perhaps Paul could help give him a PM!

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Its not like it really matters if they're there.... they don't take up that much space

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Have you tried removing the file and folders via adb?

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I had these on an early ICS build of Paul's .. could not delete them in any way - except a full wipe of the device and flashing a stock image from Google! Perhaps Paul could help give him a PM!

Tried a wipe via cwm

Its not like it really matters if they're there.... they don't take up that much space

No, but it's annoying the being there in gallery :)

Have you tried removing the file and folders via adb?

Yep, no luck

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are you able to add a ".nomedia" file to this folder?

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No, I can't write anything in the folder at all

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Have you tried ES File Explorer with root access and R/W permision?

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Have you tried ES File Explorer with root access and R/W permision?

Yep, it's completely locked!

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