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Some of these magazine files can by almost 1/2 a gig make sure you clean them out regularly.
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Some of these magazine files can by almost 1/2 a gig make sure you clean them out regularly.
Where are those files stored? I tried to delete them but couldn't find them. Thanks.
 
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Where are those files stored? I tried to delete them but couldn't find them. Thanks.
Download and run Clean Master. They should be listed under apps.
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You can delete the one you have read by clicking on the top right corner and archiving them

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