Lazylist folder

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    So going through astro to see what was on my sd card and found a folder titled lazylist. Anyone know what it is or what it does, I am running darkslide 4.0 currently and before that was running apex 1.3 so it could have been installed with either rom. Just curious if I need it or if I can clear it from my sd card.

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    I was going through my files today aswell....and I found a folder named lazylist on my sd card also. I am curious why its there and what's its use is. Can I safely delete it?

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    Anyone have any input? It'd be greatly appreciated!

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    Guess not?



    Bump




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    I did a Google search on this, and from what I have come up with (I also have this folder and I am stock and not rooted) is that this folder is used by several APPs for image cache. You can delete it, but if you open an APP tied to it the folder may get created again. There was a post I found that stated the APP would no longer work once he deleted that directory.
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    questionable folder

    When in doubt about a file or folder being needed - rename it first. Hang onto it for a few, see if anything bugs out, or if the file/folder recreate themselves.

    If that does not happen, then typically you can safely remove it.
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    Its from Applanet...quit stealing apps
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    lol that's like saying everyone here should let Verizon win and not root their phones or tether.....It's not gonna happen.
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    yeah thats true, and obviously i am somewhat guilty myself, google's 15 minute return policy definitely makes it difficult to judge whether you want to pay money for an app
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    It may have a connection with Applanet, but that is not the only APP it interacts with. I have never used Applanet, and this directory is on my phone.

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    phish thanks for the info, very good idea! Just like on a desktop cpu. But I was just wondering because it is a huge amount of files in it. And to the guy who said quit stealing apps....I don't. Was just curios. Thanks for the help!

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    NP! I work in software/is security and the " D " word (delete) is worse than any swear at my company.

    Stealing apps?? Not needed. Seems for every paid app someone takes the source code and makes a free one. Nothing to stop anyone from grabbing said source and making their own either.

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