.TDB File Extension

Android Thumbnail Cache

Developer N/A
4.0  |  34 Votes

What is a TDB file?

Cache file generated on SD cards used in Android phones and tablets; contains small versions or "thumbnails" of images saved on the card; provides a more efficient way to browse through the images on the card since the device does not have to load each full size image.

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The Android thumbnail file is generated automatically when an SD card containing images is loaded on an Android device. It is typically named SThumbDB.tdb and is not meant to be opened manually. The file is often hidden, but may be displayed if hidden files are viewable. It may also appear if you mount the SD card on a computer or other non-Android device.

Common TDB Filenames

SThumbDB.tdb - the default filename given to automatically generated thumbnail cache files.

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Programs that open or reference TDB files

Not meant to be opened manually
Included with OS

eBay Turbo Lister Backup File

Developer eBay
3.4  |  10 Votes

Backup file created by Turbo Lister, a program that helps users create professional eBay listings as well as edit and upload items in bulk; contains a backup of all eBay listings for a particular user; saved in the "Data" directory of a Turbo Lister installation.

Programs that open TDB files

eBay Turbo Lister

Transcendence Game Data File

Developer neurohack
2.8  |  5 Votes

Game file used by Transcendence, a 2.5D space exploration and fighting game; stores sounds, graphics, AI scripts, space maps, and other game data; uses the filename Transcendence.tdb, and is the primary data file for the game.

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Common TDB Filenames

Transcendence.tdb - The primary game data file for the Transcendence installation containing various kinds of data used for gameplay.

Programs that open or reference TDB files

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