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# 207908 18-Jan-2017 22:44
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Hi HTC people..

As u know that the HTC Internet app is discontinued... Does anybody know how to take out the app....

That would at least save me 60mb of valuable space if it can


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Jacky

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  # 1705532 18-Jan-2017 22:50
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Things like this are normally removed in the next update from HTC but I take it you have looked under application manager?

 

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  # 1705559 19-Jan-2017 01:22
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Strangely, my hrc 10 didn't have it installed but it was still listed under my previously installed app when I migrated from my m7.

I clicked on it and it inslled yesterday ! So much for being unavailable from ?November last year

I'm going to keep if for gz use as I like the reflow. I'll look for another browser for other sites...

A.

 
 
 
 




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  # 1705947 19-Jan-2017 17:58
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Hi Linux

Yes i did check already but I can only remove the latest updates on the actual app....

I don't know when can I remove this app permanently

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  # 1705949 19-Jan-2017 18:01
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You have to either root the phone, or hope that your phone is still eligible for HTC updates as generally the only sort of way.


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