Android most common problem deals with everything around it. Have you been trying to delete a folder or a file in your SD card or internal memory storage but keep receiving an error message that says “No permission to delete file“? The issue now have a fixed because the permission of the file or folder has been automatically set to “Read Only“.

Sometimes, you might have deleted the app but it will keep reappearing due to the permission (read only) it was automatically set on.

The instant solution is simple and straightforward, since you don’t need anything technical than only an app to fix the issue. The name of the app to use is called “Root folder“. With the help of the app, you can delete any stubborn files from your Android device storage.

STEP1: Download the Root Folder app (free version) by clicking here and launch it.

STEP 2: Tap on Mount R/W and immediately, it will change to Mount R/O and you should see Mount R/W beside it.

STEP 3: Then, locate the stubborn file and delete it. You can also scroll down to Storage Folder and you would see SDcard0 and SDcard1, where SDcard1 is your inbuilt storage and SDcard0 is your external storage.

By now, you should have deleted the stubborn files that might have literally been taken your phone space all this while.



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Precious Agbontan

Precious Agbontan

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