Android : How To Take Advantage Of Droid's "Clear Cache" Button?

May 17, 2010

In Android's settings, in the "Manage Applications" activity when clicking on an app, the data is broken down into Application, Data, and cache. There is also a button to clear the cache. My app caches audio files and I would like the user to be able to clear the cache using this button. How do I store them so they get lumped in with the cache and the user can clear them?

Android : How to take advantage of droid's "Clear Cache" button?


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Android :: Clear Market Search Cache On Droid?

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Feb 10, 2010

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I know what your thinking, lame calculator trick well here it goes anyways if you hold the c or "clear button down while in the calculator it will clear the stored data!

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