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Thread: What is with the ip4 saving crash reports ????

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    Thumbs down What is with the ip4 saving crash reports ????
    What is with the ip4 saving crash reports in settings/general/about/Daignostics and usage..... i have it unchecked to send to Apple, but it is saving everything !!!!!! can we stop it or delete it ????







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    Sync it & it'll magically disappear. Try it.

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    Mmmmmmm ok well it did go away..... hopefully deleted... Thanks
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    Yeah it should be deleted. I recommend syncing your phone at least every other day to get rid of all those datas.

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    You can send those crash reports to the chronic dec team to help discover exploits.
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    Your phone shouldn't be piling up crash reports so bad you need to delete them every other day. That's crazy, they're just plain txt files they take up very little space. I haven't synced in close to a month and have 20 crash reports that's not bad. I'm sure you can just delete them in ifile if you are determined enough.

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