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GrandPhrase

macrumors 6502
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Jun 16, 2012
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I don't even what caused this, but I'm curious as to what this "Cleaning" is. I think I saw it after I exited the app store?..

Few FYI's
- Not jailbroken
- Already installed Twitter long before this

Thanks.

Edit: Posted this on iOS 6 forum though I am on iOS 5 as I was afraid not many people would respond.
By the way, how do I post pictures from iPhone camera roll?..
 

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batting1000

macrumors 604
Sep 4, 2011
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1,520
Florida
I don't even what caused this, but I'm curious as to what this "Cleaning" is. I think I saw it after I exited the app store?..

Few FYI's
- Not jailbroken
- Already installed Twitter long before this

Thanks.

Edit: Posted this on iOS 6 forum though I am on iOS 5 as I was afraid not many people would respond.
By the way, how do I post pictures from iPhone camera roll?..

A quick Google search would've brought up this:

http://www.cultofmac.com/136741/why-do-ios-5-apps-sometimes-say-they-are-cleaning-themselves/

To post pictures from the camera roll, send them you to your computer and attach them to your post.
 
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Dwalls90

Contributor
Feb 5, 2009
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This is really interesting. Never seen this before! Apple thinks of everything ...
 
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chrisu91

macrumors regular
Jun 28, 2010
183
69
Ontario, Canada
I've seen this numerous times. Normally when you're running out of space it'll clean your app cache. If you check your Usage you'll see a couple apps that are abnormally large.
 
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