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I solved it.....well at least for me. How many of you are using greenify ? as this was causing the logs on my device.

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No, it's not that. I daresay it's creating it's own logs but I'd never heard of it until your post. I had to reflash the Xolo ICS rom recently and found them all back. before that I'd had just 2 reappear(I couldn't even figure out where they came from). They're all happily deleted again with no downside.

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Certainly is the cause of it on my device. I done a fresh install yesterday and thought I would get to the bottom of it, I noticed only two logs with a fresh install and this did not change. I realized then it was an app, obviously a root app so I started with greenify. As soon as I had greenified my apps I noticed there was many logs, uninstalled grenify and now no logs at all.
...possible there are other root apps that may do this, most likely a conflict with x86 maybe ?

Edited by codroid, 30 May 2013 - 12:03 PM.

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Hmm, in that case I'm at a loss. As said after first deleting them I had just 2 appear recently(no idea from where), yet when I reflashed Xolo(not a factory reset so the same apps still there) I suddenly had god knows how many of them back. Strange.

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Would someone recommend me an application with root file access, I used to use ES File Explorer but it doesn't detect root on intel based CPUs wish they'd fix that. Preferably something free if possible.

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Rom toolbox has a very good root explorer :)

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How do you mean "ES File Explorer doesn't detect root"?, I can access all of the system partition on mine.

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Try rebooting your phone and/or updating ES File Explorer, I got the "doesn't detect root" message but don't now after updating and rebooting.
I was uninstalling some of the preinstalled game demos.

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Edited by DaveSimonH, 01 June 2013 - 02:12 PM.

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Try rebooting your phone and/or updating ES File Explorer, I got the "doesn't detect root" message but don't now after updating and rebooting.
I was uninstalling some of the preinstalled game demos.

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Thank you simple fix but then again hadn't tried it in a while

Edit: Nearly 800MB of logged files wonder where my space had gone.

Edited by ColdEmbrace, 01 June 2013 - 03:51 PM.

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Where are the logs located on the phone? Is it safe delete it?

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Where are the logs located on the phone? Is it safe delete it?

It's data/logs/core and yes, it seems safe(so far ;)).

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I was checking the space used on the 10.7GB partition, and the figures weren't adding up. I used the "SD Card Analyst" in ES File Explorer and found a couple of files in;
/sdcard/DCIM/.thumbnails

Over 300MB each, managed to get rid of them by copying the names then replacing them with renamed folders (which apparently blocks them for returning).
Only difference I noticed is in Social Gallery & Gallery ICS apps the thumbnails load a little slower.

I also deleted the Gameloft directory, apparently uninstalling the duff demos wasn't enough. That freed up another 1GB or so.

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