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Hi all,

I have downloaded fifa 12 and after realising that it don't work, I immediately proceed to uninstalling it.

The problem is fifa 12 downloaded an additional resource of appx 1.2gb. And removing the app doesnt remove this 1.2gb.

How do I remove an app entirely... else I think I wasted a lot of storage spaces.

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Download a file manager

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how did you uninstall it? i'm assuming if you just uninstall via the Play Store or Settings, then reboot, the files would disappear.
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If the game put its files where it should they are deleted automatically when you uninstall.
 
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I uninstall through settings ... however my used storage still stands at 3.2gb

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Get a file manager go into sdcard/Android/data and delete it there
 
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A Filemanager is one way but often there is a much easier way with ICS:
Identify the orphaned files/folder via Settings > Storage. Most of the time you can just delete the unwanted files right from this menu or at least get the location of the files to delete them with a file explorer.
 
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damn was going to get fifa aswell.
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https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ts.filemanager

This is a great non-bloated file manager. Free and open source.
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