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App data usually go below /data/data/<package_name> (in case of Chrome: /data/data/com.android.chrome). But those directories are only accessible by the app itself, and by the system/root – so unless your device is rooted, you won't have much luck checking there.

Concerning the hierarchy, you might wish to first consult the file-system tag-wikifile-system tag-wiki, and then follow up to Android Folder HiearchyAndroid Folder Hiearchy.

App data usually go below /data/data/<package_name> (in case of Chrome: /data/data/com.android.chrome). But those directories are only accessible by the app itself, and by the system/root – so unless your device is rooted, you won't have much luck checking there.

Concerning the hierarchy, you might wish to first consult the file-system tag-wiki, and then follow up to Android Folder Hiearchy.

App data usually go below /data/data/<package_name> (in case of Chrome: /data/data/com.android.chrome). But those directories are only accessible by the app itself, and by the system/root – so unless your device is rooted, you won't have much luck checking there.

Concerning the hierarchy, you might wish to first consult the file-system tag-wiki, and then follow up to Android Folder Hiearchy.

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App data usually go below /data/data/<package_name> (in case of Chrome: /data/data/com.android.chrome). But those directories are only accessible by the app itself, and by the system/root – so unless your device is rooted, you won't have much luck checking there.

Concerning the hierarchy, you might wish to first consult the file-system tag-wiki, and then follow up to Android Folder Hiearchy.