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By ortind200, Account currently disabled on 4th January 2014, 07:26 AM
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5th January 2014, 09:17 AM |#11  
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ok theres no doubt in my mind that ur a foreigner. i'll repeat myself again so u can understand. but this time i'll substitute 'root explorer' with 'file manager'...

MY FILE MANAGER DOES NOT LET ME DELETE FILES. WAT DO U SUGGEST I DO.

i cant use sign language next time to communicate with u if u dont understand. lets hope u get it this time.



i wish u would take the time in reading my posts. i'll substitute 'root explorer' with 'file manager'... pretend very very hard that i never mentioned root explorer.. pretend it doesnt exist. now read the following..

MY FILE MANAGER DOES NOT LET ME DELETE FILES. WAT DO U SUGGEST I DO.

hopefully u can understand this.

Let me repeat myself. Your root browser might have messed your phone up TRYING to obtain root. I have No doubt u are a foreigner. (I passed my English exams in Singapore, thanks for your concern)

So, try factory resetting your phone and use a file browser that doesn't have the ability to view system files, with or without root.

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6th January 2014, 10:43 AM |#12  
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Have you tried using another file app? Why does it have to be root explorer? Look in the play store for alternatives like es explorer, astro or file manager. Maybe that will help.
6th January 2014, 11:52 AM |#13  
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Ok... This is going out of hand... Original poster try deleting files using X-plore...might just work....

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6th January 2014, 01:07 PM |#14  
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Where's your stock browser when u need it...

Smack that thanks button if I helped!
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6th January 2014, 01:34 PM |#15  
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Can't you delete files or format sdcard with a pc?
6th January 2014, 01:57 PM |#16  
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Where's your stock browser when u need it...

duhhhh.. thats what i mentioned before.. learn to read.


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Can't you delete files or format sdcard with a pc?

tried with the pc but it didnt work. but i solved the issue using a suggestion by someone here named lanzero.

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Have you tried using another file app? Why does it have to be root explorer? Look in the play store for alternatives like es explorer, astro or file manager. Maybe that will help.

hey!!! thank u!!! i used ur suggestion of using astro file manager. i'm able to delete files on it.. and guess wat! because of astro, i'm able to delete files from root explorer again! thanks again man!

hey fantassy, u still think u need to be rooted to delete files in root explorer? think again idiot! u shouldnt be on xda at all.
6th January 2014, 07:20 PM |#17  
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I've seen enough, thread cleaned and closed. Staying respectful is mandatory and expected from all of you, regardless of "language barriers" - especially when someone is trying to help you in good faith.
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