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That's a broad topic, and hard to answer in short -- as it involves many aspects. As DevOfZot already pointed out, apps store their "private data" below /data/data/<package_name> -- a place usually only accessible by the app itself and root. But there are some other places as well, where apps e.g. save their cached data, temporary data, downloads, and ...
Applications normally store their data in /data/data/com.foo.bar but you won't have access to that via adb on an unrooted device, by design. I don't think there's a way around that without rooting the phone.
I'm not sure about doing this on a Mac, But if you have a windows PC, preferably a windows 7, try the following:- Connect your phone via USB to the PC with the SD card. Turn on file sharing. Go to My Computer, find your SD card "drive", right click > properties. Go to Tools tab, under "Error Checking", click on "Check Now". Any SD card related file system ...
Ok 1. Download PAW SERVER and run it on first user. 2. Run it 3. Go to 2nd User 4. go to localhost:8080 5. Login with user admin with password paw 6. go to Media > File Manager Done! Or code your own PHP Script.
Run Paw server on user 1 Use the built-in file manager
This might be some compatibility issue -- despite the fact that it seemed to work fine initially. It's not the first time I read such in connection with a class-10 card. I'd recommend to get yourself a class-6 (good enough and fast enough -- only in rare cases you would really note any difference), maybe preferably from a different brand than the current ...
LOST.DIR is just a storage space (directory) for files that were recovered upon boot. You can safetly remove it with no problems. The sysytem keeps it just in case you want to get your recovered currupted files back. A quick google search yielded: LOST.DIR - what is it? As for preventing it from being created, just prevent the SD card from becoming ...
just go to sd card and find the file android and keywords that you have in your app then connect your android device to your system and back up that file thats all [NOTE: Some deivces does support this function.]
There is a Chinese file inside the folder and is app-specific, as suggested by @Izzy.
That's two different things, at least the first depending on a) Android version, b) manufacturer, and c) sometimes even the device in question: before Android 4.0, /sdcard usually was were the external SDCard was to be found starting with Android 4.0 (or even 3.x?), this changed for most devices, and usually became the place of the so-called internal ...
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