Heads up!  You may want to clear your cache in Vine

Heads up! You may want to clear your cache in Vine


Just a friendly heads up for those of you playing around with Vine for Android. It seems that the free app has been caching your video, audio, and photos. We learned of this today as one person reportedly cleared more than 1GB of data from the device. It might not be nearly as bad for you; however, with no defined cache limits, you could chew through your storage space. Keep an eye on things and hopefully Vine releases an update that lets users set a cache limit.

To clear the cache in Vine (or any other Android app), head to SETTINGS>MANAGE APPLICATIONS>APP. Once there, you ought to see a clear data and/or clear cache option.


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  1. S. Ali
    June 14, 09:57 Reply

    Wow, way to steal content from reddit.

    • VenumX
      June 14, 10:57 Reply

      they sourced reddit? its not stealing is spreading the word.. lol

  2. Design_Manager_Girl
    June 16, 11:34 Reply

    Vine is a VERY poorly designed product. You *NEVER* leave massive amounts of wasted disk space behind… for absolutely no reason.

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