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[Q] Cannot delete mail app data

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By Sonkway, Senior Member on 15th March 2012, 10:06 PM
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No sure if it's related but after a recent cwm restore I soon received the "low on Storage" notification. Went to my apps, sorted by size, and was surprised to see my mail app at 60+ mb when there's hardly 1mb in emails. Unable to delete data, tried force-close, even removing all accounts (1) did not solve the problem.

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16th March 2012, 04:38 AM |#2  
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Wiping cache and dalvik calche didn't work. Had to revert to factory reset, which worked, but had to set up everything again - .
16th March 2012, 04:48 AM |#3  
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What Rom were you on? What Recovery are you using? Which Mail App? Stock? Third party? What mail , Yahoo, Hotmail, ....?
16th March 2012, 03:05 PM |#4  
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What Rom were you on? What Recovery are you using? Which Mail App? Stock? Third party? What mail , Yahoo, Hotmail, ....?

synergy is the rom he's on lol its in the the last line

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From your home screen press menu, settings, applications, manage applications. Select the "all" tab. Find email and wipe data. Now if your still getting a low storage warning like many others have, then it's probably the type of apps2sd the rom is using.
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From your home screen press menu, settings, applications, manage applications. Select the "all" tab. Find email and wipe data. Now if your still getting a low storage warning like many others have, then it's probably the type of apps2sd the rom is using.

Tried deleting data from "manage applications" to no avail. As stated above, however, I've since found a solution to my issue. I didn't want to do a factory reset but it worked and it wasn't too much trouble to get it set up again.
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BTW is was an exchange account on the stock email app if anyone was interested in knowing that.
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BTW is was an exchange account on the stock email app if anyone was interested in knowing that.

Thanks for the info . Sure your not the first, or last one who'll run into something like this.

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