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Hello guys,

So listen i need some help from you.
I got iTouch 4 and Macbook pro and all was great .
But now Suddenly when i connect my iTouch to my Macbook
It's create my a folder in my desktop by name "iPod Photo Cache".
It's never been before .
How i cancel this folder\del it forever?!

P.S. Thanks for any help
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Drag the folder to the trash in your dock?
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