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Clutterreport: /storage/emulated/0/.Hnc #968
The Application Manager on this phone doesn't show the package name for most apps, but I used the app System Info for Android to confirm that the package name is com.hancom.office.editor.
It's SharedUserId is com.hancom.office.lite.sec.
Location is /system/priv-app/HancomOfficeEditor_Hidden/HancomOfficeEditor_Hidden.apk
Could you clarify (are you making a change as to how SD Maid will treat this)? Is SD Maid suggesting to remove it because it doesn't think it's installed?
The typical user won't be able to uninstall it and may not even know it's installed due to it being a hidden, system app.
I'm not aware of a way to find/install this app if SD Maid removed this folder (which contains fonts, etc., not available on the phone).
Adding a directory<>pkgname relation allows SD Maid to recognize who owns the dir which affects multiple of SD Maids tools.
The CorpseFinder will suggest to remove it, IF it is not installed. SD Maid can check this easily via the packagename you provided.
Users with root can uninstall it though. And telling SD Maid who owns that dir allows SD Maid to check it for caches, databases or include it when determining app sizes.
You mean a way to restore this data? A factory reset would also delete it, so this will likely be recreated by the hancom app if it's still installed.