How do you delete thumbnails on Kodi?
You will need to perform the following for a clean start with respect to the artwork texture cache.
- Exit Kodi.
- Delete texturesxx. db located in the serdata\database\ folder.
- Delete the Thumbnails directory located at serdata\ which stores all the cached images,
How do you clean up Kodi?
To clear the cache on Kodi, first, open the Kodi application. Then, select the “Settings” icon in the top left corner of the screen. Next, select “System Settings.” From there, select “Cache.” Finally, select “Clear All Cache” and confirm your selection.
How to remove Kodi thumbnails from Kodi box?
In short, all you need to do is: Locate Kodi data folder on you device. Delete TexturesXX.db file. Delete userdata/Thumbnails folder. Restart your Kodi box.
Why is my Kodi thumbnails so big?
This is especially important if you have Kodi on small storage device such as Amazon Fire TV or Stick which throws a “low on storage” popup. Kodi thumbnails cache can grow over time and depending on your playing habits and media library collection can reach several Gigabytes.
How do I clear the cache on Kodi?
In short, all you need to do is: Just to be clear, cleaning the video and music library after removing files from your library does not clear Kodi thumbnails cache. This process only cleans the Kodi database. There are addons that clean Kodi cache (not the same as thumbnails cache). Those addons only clear Kodi cache (any buffered videos etc.).
How to remove texturesxx from Kodi?
Find Kodi data folder on your device and delete the TexturesXX.db (the XX could be any number depending on your Kodi version) file located in userdata/Database folder. On your Android device, including Amazon Fire TV, you could use a file explorer such as ES File explorer. On OpenELEC you will have to access this through SAMBA or SSH.