What Is SMVVM?
It is stored on my phone and I am wondering if I can delete it.
I am not sure what it actually is, but I think its stands for Smart Modern Vivacious Valiant Moral (Well, I found this on Internet). What I have heard of smvvm is that it is a folder mainly on android smartphones that stores miscellaneous files.
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