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# 17735 9-Dec-2007 14:16
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hi,
i installed mgmaps a while ago and the old version works perfectly well on my nokia navigator 6110. then i try to 'update' mgmaps and it gives an error message. i then decided to uninstall mgmaps. it says uninstallation was successful. however, the mgmaps icon in my application folder STILL exist. whenever i choose remove, nothing happen. any idea how to delete this? at the same time, i was unable to install any version of mgmaps for my nokia 6110 navigator (error message will come out). it would be nice if someone can help me with this. i try to avoid the hard reset.

thanks!





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  # 99124 9-Dec-2007 21:11
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Download Y-Browser (Google search) and use it to delete file. Check file attribute is not set to read-only.



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  # 99170 10-Dec-2007 05:14
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peejayw: Download Y-Browser (Google search) and use it to delete file. Check file attribute is not set to read-only.


good idea. can u help me with the directory that i need to look for? i have already set my y-browser to show ALL FILES, but i couldnt find anything related to mgmaps. thanks heaps (i use symbian v3)

add: i tried using the search option, searching for mgmaps.* but no success :(





 
 
 
 


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  # 99171 10-Dec-2007 05:48
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If you installed in phone memory it should be in C: directory, if you installed to memry card then E: directory. At least thats how it works on my phone (N95)



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peejayw: If you installed in phone memory it should be in C: directory, if you installed to memry card then E: directory. At least thats how it works on my phone (N95)


what file/folder that i need to delete?





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