I'm experiencing a strange behaviour of my Note 3 (SM-N9005 - stock KK 4.4.2 - XXUFNG2 - not rooted). As you can see in the attached image, the cache size is 1,47 TB!!! Going deeper into this, I found out that it is related to three apps, each with more or less 500 GB of cache.
Two of them are user apps (Office suite and Amazon apps shop) and if I uninstall them the amount of cache is reduced of 1 TB, as expected. The last one is a system app, Google Newsstand, and I obviously can't delete it.
If I clean the cache via usual apps the amount of cache cleaned is "right": about 10-30 MB, no mention of strange TB-sized cache.
Yesterday I did a wipe cache partition, with no results at all.
So the questions are:
- why the amount of the cache is so ridiculously high? Maybe the internal SD card is broken?
- why are there two different values for the cache amount (second image)?
Suggestions are welcome.