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Joined
Jun 6, 2020
Messages
22
Location
Worcester, U.K.
Lightroom Experience
Intermediate
Lightroom Version
Cloud Service
Lightroom Version
5.4.2
Operating System
iOS
I have no photos or projects in Photoshop on my iPad, yet when I look at the storage the app is using 229mb, but it’s also showing 10.2gb of ‘Document and Data’. What the hell is using up all this space, and how can I get it back.

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Joined
Jun 20, 2009
Messages
16,581
Location
Houston, TX USA
Lightroom Experience
Power User
Lightroom Version
Cloud Service
Yea, that sorted it, but I shouldn’t have to keep doing that to recover this space.
One of the weak spots with mobile now is Adobe's ability to manage locally storage. I have been told this is being addressed in Lightroom. I am unable to find a setting in Photoshop to address the accummulating data storage. Perhaps Photoshop has the same weak spot as Lightroom Mobile and hopefully it too is being addressed in a future update.
 
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