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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 6782 23-Feb-2006 00:04
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My friend installed some mp3 software on my nokia 6680. Now i'm trying to delete it and it doesn't show up on my application manager. Can someone tell me how to remove this application. Its the mp3 player from Viking ( Do i need a software to remove the application.


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Reply # 29804 4-Mar-2006 11:47
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Are you sure!?

Try to reinstall it, restart phone in safe mode and than chk app mamager once again..

Othervise you have to remove it manually, (use unmake sis to chk all installed files and paths)

Hope that helps..

Best regards,

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Master Geek

Reply # 29823 4-Mar-2006 19:23
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The manual way is to get a file manager that allows you to browse the C:\system directory.

The go to:

c:\system\apps\then the app you want to delete.

Just delete the directiry and files within.
Most apps are reasonably well behaved and only keep the files in that directory.



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Wannabe Geek

Reply # 29905 5-Mar-2006 19:46
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Thanx but i already got rid of it. i gave my mmc card to my friend 2 get rid of it. he used it in his phone. thanx anyway.

P.S. How do u turn ur phone on in safe mode?

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Reply # 29951 6-Mar-2006 02:14
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P.S. How do u turn ur phone on in safe mode?

Hold down pencil during bootup...


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