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Detecting when the file system runs out of space

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Detecting when the file system runs out of space

Postby forcery » Thu Jul 02, 2009 10:12 pm

This is quite a simple question, but I haven't yet been able to find a solution. How would one determine the number of bytes that are not used on the file system (both the main and the SD card) within an application? I'm writing an application that downloads content from the internet, and I'd rather not fill up my users' phones without at least giving them fair warning when their file system is about to fill up. Thanks!
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