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Topic # 22818 9-Jun-2008 17:30
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I have an urgent question concerning my Nokia N95.  I have downloaded themes onto it and want to remove them and can't seem to find out how to do that.  I have been into the help menu and it says to press 'C' when that theme is highlighted but this does not work for me.  Also I have connected the phone via USB and tried that way and looked on the Memory card and can't find them that way.  Is there another way to do it or am I missing something?

Thanks for any help.

Cheers Lilly

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  Reply # 136726 9-Jun-2008 18:09
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Hey there

Firstly, why do you want to removed your themes?

Secondly, to remove applications such as themes. In main menu, go to applications tab then app manager. In the app manager you can uninstall any application.



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  Reply # 136752 9-Jun-2008 18:59
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Thanks for your help.  I managed to delete them using the data transfer mode.  Crisis averted.  Thanks again.

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