root directory needs spring cleaning

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  1. x0prahWinfr3yx

    x0prahWinfr3yx New Member

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    I'm not the world's biggest 'neat-freak', but I do enjoy keeping all of my directories straight and organized on all devices I use.

    My question is, what directories found on my SD card are absolute keepers? after one night stands with so many apps downloaded, my SD card looks terrible, which directories do I really need to stay put if I was to clean it up?

    I know I shouldn't move my Nandroid folder, can you think of any others?

    Thanks.
     
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    x0prahWinfr3yx New Member

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    outstanding.
     
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    Um, the important ones?
    and Oprah, go into edit info and remove your phone number, unless you want someone to call ya with the answer.
     
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    x0prahWinfr3yx New Member

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    thanks for the reply, that's not really my number, but thanks anyhow.
     
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    I use a Mac which for some dumb reason adds files to my SD card. I've been able to delete many for example Trashes.

    Mike
     
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