mustangtim49 · Oct 2, 2012 at 07:30 pm

One-Click Thumbnails File Deleter

Over the past year, there have been some big changes here at XDA. Some of these are very apparent, such as the new 2013 template. Others are a little less apparent, like the expansion of the Recognized Developer program. Often, these new roles have helped guide new contributors in getting their start with application development.

This has been the case with XDA Recognized Contributor ppero196. Armed with the right tools for development, ppero196 created an app to simplify the removal of those pesky thumbnail files that stack up in DCIM/thumbnails. The simple deleting of pictures does not remove these files, so over time a considerable amount can stack up and that wastes precious storage space. Now, thanks to ppero196 and his new app, these files can be deleted with one-click ease.

If this app interests you or you just want to show your support, head on down to the application thread!

 


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