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Kulfon

macrumors 6502a
Original poster
Nov 4, 2013
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Folks, I cannot identify what is this other blocking so much storage. How can I find out?
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now i see it

macrumors G3
Jan 2, 2002
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Go to the settings menu/storage and scroll through all the apps to see which one is the hog. Many apps keep hidden cache files that grow and grow with use even though you're not storing anything in the app. Find the offending app and delete it (if it contains no files) then download it again from the App Store to get a virgin copy that's not bloated
 

rui no onna

Contributor
Oct 25, 2013
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Go to the settings menu/storage and scroll through all the apps to see which one is the hog. Many apps keep hidden cache files that grow and grow with use even though you're not storing anything in the app. Find the offending app and delete it (if it contains no files) then download it again from the App Store to get a virgin copy that's not bloated
It's "Other", though. It's not currently linked to a specific app. Device possibly hasn't finished categorizing all the data yet or it's system cache/tmp.
 
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