Android :: Application Cache Data?

Oct 20, 2010

I'm trying to understand the way android handles my application cache data....Some times i'll go in there and the cache directory is 6-7mb. What type of data is stored there? Is there a way in the mainifest I can say don't use cache or clear cache at Xmb ?

Android :: application cache data?


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