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Your welcome . For the 2nd problem I don't understand what you mean. Can you take a screen shot of what you mean?

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Your welcome . For the 2nd problem I don't understand what you mean. Can you take a screen shot of what you mean?

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This is 99.9% normal. Mine is like that too. Why? That's because 0 folder has the same content as legacy folder. Legacy folder has the same content as 0 folder. The content of the two folders are exactly the same so the size of the contents don't change. Depending on how many apps you install and how large are them the size will increase. My 2 folders says 42.37 megabytes because I haven't install anything yet. Yours is 1.74 gigabyte because you probably have a lot of apps or you apps are large. How to decrease them? Un install large games that you don't use anymore. Where does this size mainly come from? From the sdcard/Android/obb. Obb files are large game files that is needed to run your game. This is what increases the 2 folder size mainly. Also those 2 folders do not double. What I mean by this is they aren't 4 gigabytes in total of the 2 folders. So together they are only 1.74 gigabytes. Why? I don't know how to explain it to you.

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This is 99.9% normal. Mine is like that too. Why? That's because 0 folder has the same content as legacy folder. Legacy folder has the same content as 0 folder. The content of the two folders are exactly the same so the size of the contents don't change. Depending on how many apps you install and how large are them the size will increase. My 2 folders says 42.37 megabytes because I haven't install anything yet. Yours is 1.74 gigabyte because you probably have a lot of apps or you apps are large. How to decrease them? Un install large games that you don't use anymore. Where does this size mainly come from? From the sdcard/Android/obb. Obb files are large game files that is needed to run your game. This is what increases the 2 folder size mainly. Also those 2 folders do not double. What I mean by this is they aren't 4 gigabytes in total of the 2 folders. So together they are only 1.74 gigabytes. Why? I don't know how to explain it to you.

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Well If that is really the case then why I have 3.4 gb og used space there must be an explaination
 
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Hmm mine doesn't get double. I am totally stock but just rooted.

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