This is a discussion on anyone know what the burstlyImageCache folder is about? within the Motorola Atrix Help forums, part of the Motorola Atrix Support Forum category; Originally Posted by z-factor Nope. I have adfree as well and it didn't touch that directory (burstlyImageCache). Whenever I'd delete it, it would just return ...
It is and icon image deceptor . It is full of deception icons icons that are used to keep used to trick the android user into thinking he got rid of the real icons. I am talking about the image icons that games and stuff use in your folders......use the androZipfrom the market and you can extract and opn the files and delete them. Go through everything and you might be surpised how many unnec essary things are stored there. Here is the link https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.agilesoftresource
Last edited by nalomo; 02-01-2013 at 07:20 PM. Reason: Removed derogatory verbiage.
angry birds is not the only game using these storage folders. There is also a burstlyVideoCache folder that can show up. I don't know why everbody is so worried, as these folders are relatively tiny, in the overall spectrum of app storage files. I have AndrozipPro(love it) too, but it can only do so much(it's simply an internal explorer), app control wise(basically nothing). I'm not exactly sure what the burstly's store, but if you wanna ditch the ads/updates etc, I've found that a rooted phone, along with a solid system tweak app(I'm currently using SystemTunerPro), will enable you to not only uninstall useless system apps(google calendar, for instance), but will also enable you to go into each app individually and shut down non-crucial app services(i.e. start on boot, widget update, etc.). These "tuners" also give the admin the option to completely freeze an app altogether, and give true, real-time info, as to what app, is using how much processor, for how long, and at what time, etc. I'm trying to compile a list of services to safely eliminate without hurting necessary system operation apps, but it is turning into a slow process.
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