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Topic # 56722 21-Jan-2010 19:59
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Hi there,


Does anyone know how to make a Sony ericsson w508 phone not launch facebook every time it turns on.
Gets annoying as sometimes I forget to close it soon as I turn my phone on and therefore it charges me.


Thanks,

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  Reply # 292019 21-Jan-2010 20:18
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Does it let you delete the jar files or is it built into the firmware?

I have a w995 and installed the facebook addons that you have on your phone, the home screen part was annoying, I used MyPhoneexplorer (its free) to remove them, it shows a list and lets you remove apps, couldnt find away to do it on the phone itself, the facebook addons seem to install into the background

http://www.fjsoft.at/en/
 



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  Reply # 292026 21-Jan-2010 20:52
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Id rather not delete it as I like the application and use it every now and then

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 292027 21-Jan-2010 21:15
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when I had it installed, it treated the facebook app as two different applications, the launcher (whats running on the home screen and wasting data) and the other which was the main facebook application used

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  Reply # 292028 21-Jan-2010 21:18
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Go into the Facebook application and select the option relating to updates in standby or similar.

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  Reply # 292416 23-Jan-2010 08:49
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Even when updates in standby mode is turned off it still launches when ever I turn my phone on

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  Reply # 292443 23-Jan-2010 11:17
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Go to Organiser >>Applications >> Facebook >> End >> Options >> Unset as Wallpaper.



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  Reply # 292455 23-Jan-2010 12:35
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when I goto options the wallpaper menu item is dimed out

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  Reply # 292680 24-Jan-2010 14:31
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I don't have Facebook on my W705, but do you have an option for "None" under Settings > Display > Wallpaper?



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  Reply # 292707 24-Jan-2010 17:35
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Yes there is, but my wallpaper is currently just set to a photo

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  Reply # 293217 26-Jan-2010 21:58
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go to :>menu > organiser > applications > highlight FB app. then press the "C" button and accept the prompt to del the file

Also if that does not work, highlight the app, click options, select internet settings and choose a incorrect apn

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  Reply # 293219 26-Jan-2010 22:00
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