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Preloading no longer available on version 5.6 and above. source
Open the app My Files Tap All Files You may see Device Storage and possibly SD memory card Tap either (or both) Tap Download (or download) Select files individually, or tap the menu button then Select all Tap the trash can icon
Its because you accidently cleared the history of downloads from settings. A way to delete those 50 Mb is to: 1. Go to My files app (default file explorer in your device. 2. Tap on the folder named Download. 3. Your downloaded files are here. select and delete the files you want to. that's it.
Apologies for resurrecting an old thread but I just had the same problem of needing to stop a download and solved the problem by activating Aeroplane Mode. A less invasive solution and more easily reached in the UI - for anyone else ending up here from Google (like I did :-))
Install bionic TCP from Google play and change your client to ttorrent.Then your TorrenTing speed will match normal download speed according to your network bandwidth.
The app downloads the videos to /data/data/org.coursera.android/files/courkitDownloadedVideos/ instead of the standard user space of /sdcard/Android/data/* and even worse yet, the files are named file2.mp4 file3.mp4 etc. making it difficult to figure out which file is which course. I personally find this very frustrating as I would love to stream the videos ...
If you are trying to download an app on a device that has date and time not set properly then also this problem can happen. Check the date and time settig.
If you download a file with more seeds and peers, your speed will increase. It could just be that your particular torrent has very few seeders.
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