1. Tim Howarth's Avatar
    So, I tried to send a file to Dropbox from iFile without first linking the Dropbox account. I've got Dropbox installed on my iPad and I figured it would just ask to sync. It didn't. Instead it used up 2.8GB of my hard drive and I haven idea where iFile sent the file. I have no idea how to regain the 2.8GB that are now missing. I tried to send it to Dropbox multiple times since when nothing happened, I figured I should try again. I got a message saying my iPad was almost out of memory, so I deleted the original file in iFile to clear up some space, but it didn't free up the other memory I should have. I had over 7GB free before I started all this, now I have less than 5GB.

    I've tried the following:

    restarted the iPad (multiple times)
    Reinstalled iFile
    Deleted and Reinstalled Dropbox
    Poked around the Dropbox Application folder via iFile (but I didn't delete anything).

    Thanks in advance for your help.
    05-12-2013 07:00 PM
  2. Laelipoo's Avatar
    I am thinking you may want to get ahold of the iFile dev (he's very good at answering his many emails) and see if he has any idea how to fix this.
    05-12-2013 07:37 PM

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