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    Deleting Files

    Due to very limited storage space on my Panimage R79RTW5 7inch, I want to delete some older downloaded files and cannot find a trash can or delete selection. Can anyone assist?

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    Just go to your file manager. Select the file you want to delete and hold you finger of the icon till a menu appears. select delete.

    If you don't have a file manager (which is unlikely) you can download one from Android Market.

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    I had the same problem on my Asus Slider and discovered that you hold the icon until the little trash can appears in the upper right and then drag it to the trash can to delete it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimReid View Post
    I had the same problem on my Asus Slider and discovered that you hold the icon until the little trash can appears in the upper right and then drag it to the trash can to delete it.
    Thanks very much, on my dell tablet the trash can appeared on the bottom right


 

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