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Topic # 83847 22-May-2011 12:26
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can someone please point me in the right direction for info regarding the removal of said apps...

my main gripe is the clutter on the start menu, i've tried deleting registry entries

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Security\Shell\StartInfo\Start\ ~ un-wanted apps ad nauseum

with no success

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  Reply # 472283 22-May-2011 12:41
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Are you using a custom rom or the telecom one?



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  Reply # 472295 22-May-2011 13:08
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telecom

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 472314 22-May-2011 13:40
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The shortcuts for Start Menu in Windows Mobile 6.5 are files in the \Windows\Start Menu folder...







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  Reply # 472597 22-May-2011 20:21
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for me only google maps & a couple of others can be killed there...

i'd like to lose windows live, ms my phone, search phone, market place, opera, pics & vids, youtube, oh did i say the 2 sim card widgets?...

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  Reply # 472649 22-May-2011 21:48
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If they are not in the Add/Remove programs then your only choice is to install a third party ROM without those.





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