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I am using an iPhone X and am with Optus as my service provider in Australia. The Optus app gives me a breakdown of where my data is being used and recently I noticed strange data usage for Xunlei/Thunder file sharing (see attached image below). But here's the thing, I do NOT have this as an app on my phone. I ONLY download apps from the app store and my phone is NOT jailbroken. I'm also quite digital savvy so I don't download questionable files or click on any dodgy links.
Applications on macOS can come with a helper application that is run in the background. The helper app is stored within the application bundle of the main app and managed through the Service Management framework.
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The My Files app stores every file you have on your phone or tablet. It's like the File Explorer on a PC or Finder on Mac, where you can easily view and move photos, videos, music, documents, and more. You can also remove files from the My Files app if you no longer need them. The Trash feature in My Files should be on by default, but you should make sure it's turned on just in case.
The Gallery app has a Trash feature that's like the Recycle bin or Trash folder on your computer. It will store your deleted photos or videos, just in case you deleted one by accident. Keep in mind the photos will be deleted permanently after 30 days.
To delete media forever, tap More options (the three vertical dots), then tap Empty, and then tap Delete to confirm. You can also tap Edit to delete or restore items one by one. 2b1af7f3a8