From time to time, there is a directory (and files inside of it) that is created on the internal memory of my device. I keep deleting it, but after a few days/weeks, it's back. The folder in question, by the way, is Tencent. I already uninstalled the game associated with them long ago, but the directory keeps popping up.
I would like to know what other app is creating it. I don't have that many apps, mainly social media ones and tools, and I think they are only associated with games.
Searching around, I found an app that logs all accesses to files of the filesystem, but it doesn't show what app is doing it.
The answer from Software to monitor file owner is not going to work in my case because these files are all 0 bytes so it's way too fast to catch the app creating them. Not to mention that the creation time is random. It could take days or weeks for the app to create it again.
Anyone have some good ideas before going into detective mode as last resort? I'm firstly asking for an app because that would be the easiest way to monitor the filesystem.
PS: My device is rooted.