I tried to install NetFlix, and during the installation my phone rebooted. After coming back up, the internal storage space was reported as low (and it is, only a few MB left) so I can't attempt a reinstall.
Netflix is not reported as an installed app, and I cannot uninstall it.
I did a bit poking around (with root access), and the failed netflix installation is still lurking there, in the directory:
stealing 18.1M of my precious free space.
The question is: Can I delete these files safely?
- My device is GT-S5570 running Android 2.2 with root access.
- Please don't suggest uninstalling "some apps" to free space (in order to reinstall and uninstall Netflix). I have moved all but 6 of my apps to an external partition on my SD card using Link2SD, so the individual apps don't take up much space. I would have to remove a lot to release enough space.
- If you wonder why my space has gone so low, it's because my silly device, has only 160 MB of internal space to begin with. I usually try to keep the free internal space at somewhere around 25MB.