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Topic # 5809 28-Nov-2005 11:26
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I've used the Clear Storage option on my iMate and now want to reload the Antivirus software - given the iMate came preloaded with it, is anyone aware if it's possible to re-download it?

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Reply # 23967 28-Nov-2005 11:30
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It should reinstall automatically once you boot the phone for the first time - it's part of the ROM image.









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Reply # 23970 28-Nov-2005 11:40
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hm, it doesn't seem to. The phone reboots after I use the Clear Storage option, but I see no antivirus in the Start menu..

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Reply # 23977 28-Nov-2005 13:09
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Clear storage I believe is just that (clearing the storage), and a hard reset would be required to restore the ROM image?

Or have i got the wrong end of the stick...?




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Reply # 23982 28-Nov-2005 13:37
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thanks

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