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I created a folder called Dropbox on my external storage for the sake of simplicity. Now you have to export and it wont even preform background downloads. Note:- The above post is described using Android version 4.0+ devices. A user declares a downloaded file a favorite, Sood says, to ensure that Dropboxs cache management functions do not inadvertently delete the file to create space for new ones. Some users assumed that our cache worked just like the Dropbox folder on desktop with full sync capability. Hes an avid promoter of open source and the voice of The Android Expert. One furious developer contacted me personally.Forced relocationIn an e-mail, Dropbox forums member ro m. .. You can freely move or copy these files as well as delete them as you like.