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Topic # 129272 9-Sep-2013 13:47
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I've installed SMSBackup to my htc Snap running Windows mobile.

It was a demo/trial and I'd like to remove it.   But can'ty find any uninstall or delete options.

It's an icon in the Start menu. Also, once gone from there, is the whole thing gone?

Thanks

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  Reply # 892087 9-Sep-2013 13:50
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in Windows Mobile. Click on 'Start' and select 'Settings'. Now click on the 'System' tab and go down to 'Remove Programs'. Highlight the program you wish to get rid of and click 'Remove'. If you need to restart your phone or PDA you will be notified.



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  Reply # 892096 9-Sep-2013 14:02
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Wow, how simple was that?! Worked a treat - thanks. Is there anything that gives you that kind of ? detail? I'd like to know lots more, but there's only info on how to, not where, what or why.
Took me about a week to figure out how to use it as a flash drive. The Help desk gave me totally wrong information, plus said you couldn't have the keyboard backlight on all the time. But you can.


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