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Small follow-up on “Android help needed: App that cleans up the Contacts mess that the LinkedIn app left behind”

Posted by jpluimers on 2012/07/24

a quick follow up:

  • the Contacts database is more than half a gigabyte, with about 3500 contacts
  • even though I had no running apps, data storage space was steadily decreasing till less than half a megabyte
  • I have disabled all of  the accounts sync features
  • I have uninstalled the LinkedIn and FaceBook apps
  • I have turned off WiFi, Bluetooth and Data connection (so it cannot sync, unless over USB)
  • I have moved a couple of application from memory to SD card
  • I am trying to export the various portions of the contacts DB to VCF on the SD card like described here
  • a few people have contacted me to assist. Thanks!

Boy I wish I had shell access to this device.

Being able to do simple things like “du / -s | less” or “df” would be soo nice.

Will follow up with more results when I have them.

–jeroen

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