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# 77296 14-Feb-2011 13:09
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Anyone know what "Hami" or Hami Apps" is on Android 2.2??

Whatever it is i cant uninstall it and its all in chinese.




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  # 439348 14-Feb-2011 17:10
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Do you have Root on your phone? if you do you can probably force uninstall it using Titanium Backup




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  # 439349 14-Feb-2011 17:13
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Menu > Settings > applications, find it and you can delete it from there.

 
 
 
 




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  # 439391 14-Feb-2011 18:36
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kiwitrc: Menu > Settings > applications, find it and you can delete it from there.


Tried that one lol... im not that simple ;) 




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  # 439465 14-Feb-2011 21:05
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CdTDroiD:
kiwitrc: Menu > Settings > applications, find it and you can delete it from there.


Tried that one lol... im not that simple ;) 


Root the phone and get rid of it. It sounds nasty.  




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  # 439660 15-Feb-2011 10:39
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It's an alt market for Chinese apps. Assuming it came installed with your phone you should be able to find the APK for it under /system/app. If your phone is rooted you can delete it, or try using adb shell which may run in root mode.

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  # 439686 15-Feb-2011 11:15
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From memory, I think its an app store for one of the taiwanese mobile provider.



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  # 439843 15-Feb-2011 15:11
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I rooted the phone and flashed LeeDroid, works mint, tiny bit faster than stock, just a little more fluid i would say. other wise the same. AND got rid of that dodgy app lol




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