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    Anyway to clear an application cache?

    Are there anyways to clear application cache? Because apps like Vine, Instagram are eating away all the memory, and I would like to clear them every once in a while, so thank you.

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    Not sure if there is an app that does that but you could try this method:

    Use i-FunBox to clear cache for each app:

    1: plug your iOS device

    2: select the app you want (example: facebook)

    3: Go on "Library" folder

    4: Delete the "Cache" folder

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smokin House View Post
    Not sure if there is an app that does that but you could try this method:

    Use i-FunBox to clear cache for each app:

    1: plug your iOS device

    2: select the app you want (example: facebook)

    3: Go on "Library" folder

    4: Delete the "Cache" folder
    Thank you! I was looking for this for a while, but it would be so much better if there was an app to do that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by L1LK1LLERZ View Post
    Thank you! I was looking for this for a while, but it would be so much better if there was an app to do that!
    iCleaner or iCleaner Pro can do this.
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    I use i cleaner and it works perfectly

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    Thanks guys!

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    iCleaner is indeed so much easier and does all the work for you, no hassle, no trouble, just a couple of minutes of your time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jennifur View Post
    iCleaner or iCleaner Pro can do this.
    Cheers for the heads up on this app Jenn. I cleared 700mb of unimportant rubbish lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smokin House View Post
    Cheers for the heads up on this app Jenn. I cleared 700mb of unimportant rubbish lol
    You're welcome. There is a pro version avaiable which lets you enable/disable launch daemons to free up some RAM. Add this repo to Cydia: Home :: aXw-Repo
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    [QUOTE=jennifur;37442]You're welcome. There is a pro version avaiable which lets you enable/disable launch daemons to free up some RAM. Add this repo to Cydia:
    Code:
    http://cydia.angelxwind.net
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