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I contacted Mobile Systems, (OfficeSuite 7) and they stated it was not related to their program and directed me to this thread.

After un-installing OfficeSuite 7 & installing OfficeSuite 6.5, I can confirm the folder/directory and related is created by OfficeSuite 7.

I have since emailed them, but have had no reply.

It would be nice to know why the folder is created if nothing else, but a folder name that is less threatening looking or applicable to the program would cause less concern.
I have the folder too, I'm using OfficeSuite 7 Pro either, can't be a coincidence.
[DEVICE]_HTC_One_X_[ROM]_AICP_UNOFFICIAL_[KERNEL]_lONELyX_023_[BATTERY]_2100mAh_from_One_X+_[RECOVERY]_PhilZ_Touch_6.19.3_[HBOOT]_HBoot_1.72
 
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I have the folder too, I'm using OfficeSuite 7 Pro either, can't be a coincidence.
There is no doubt for me that the folder & related file are created by OfficeSuite 7. I have since gone back to OfficeSuite 6.5 on my three Android devices and it is NOT created.

It may be harmless as suggested, but if your program is going to create STRANGLY NAMED folders etc...... Why not name it something, like WE ARE A VIRUS - GOTCHA!

Great Program though! I just won't be recommending it to others or upgrading until a fix/explanation is made.
 
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There is no doubt for me that the folder & related file are created by OfficeSuite 7. I have since gone back to OfficeSuite 6.5 on my three Android devices and it is NOT created.

It may be harmless as suggested, but if your program is going to create STRANGLY NAMED folders etc...... Why not name it something, like WE ARE A VIRUS - GOTCHA!

Great Program though! I just won't be recommending it to others or upgrading until a fix/explanation is made.
The problem is that it is strangely named and contains... nothing. Just a .nomedia file.
Thereafter, I don't get why they deny OfficeSuite 7 created it. I don't mind it being there, but it's weird. That weird that it made me Google at, Google brought me in this thread.
[DEVICE]_HTC_One_X_[ROM]_AICP_UNOFFICIAL_[KERNEL]_lONELyX_023_[BATTERY]_2100mAh_from_One_X+_[RECOVERY]_PhilZ_Touch_6.19.3_[HBOOT]_HBoot_1.72
 
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Default hi all - Same problem

Hi all,

I've the same Problem :

I'm using OfficeSuite 7 too (coincidence ?)
I've this folder on my SDCARD (internal) ans SDCARD1 (external)
This folder Stress me (i delet it all days)

Can anyone help me for removing totaly this folder ?

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U need to find app which is creating it. Its not officesuite as i have it and dont have the folder.
However i reflashed everything week ago and before i had this (or very similar) folder

Apps i didnt.install after update:
Tour the france
Discovery news
Drippler
Wolfram alpha
And some from polish bank bank mbank and polish part of orange

Maybe u have one of them

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