RE: SD Card

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Re: RE: SD Card

Post by FTMSupport » Mon Feb 06, 2012 7:30 am

After doing the export, you actually have to remove the App from the Android device so it will delete all temporary files. Then re-install and do the import and the temporary files will no longer be there. On Android devices, doing an Import keeps a backup of your previous database as well, so the size will grow. Removing iScore from the device removes these backups and other temporary files.
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Re: RE: SD Card

Post by FTMSupport » Mon Feb 06, 2012 7:48 am

fyi... you can also just use the "Clear Data" option under settings for installed applications in Android, and it will have the same effect as uninstalling and re-installing. Just make sure you do the Export first, then use the Clear Data option in Android, then do an Options -> Import to retrieve your iScore data from within iScore.
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Re: RE: SD Card

Post by ChargerStats » Wed Feb 15, 2012 5:04 pm

After reading all of these posts concerning the space issues and extra steps to clear them up on HTC EVO, I am pleasantly reminded why I dropped Android in favor of the iPhone. For those individuals who use iScore on a phone, I recommend the upgrade to iPad. All three iScore products shine on that device, especially the baseball app.
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Re: RE: SD Card

Post by FTMSupport » Wed Feb 22, 2012 10:23 am

Version 3.39 was just posted to the Android Market, and adds the ability to transfer iScore to an SD Card.
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