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  1. #1
    Alex
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    I downloaded an video recorder app.
    But now I can't remove it with the app manager.
    What other ways do I have to remove such an application?





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  2. #2
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    Re: How to remove an application from a Nokia 6600


    Alex wrote:
    > I downloaded an video recorder app.
    > But now I can't remove it with the app manager.
    > What other ways do I have to remove such an application?


    when you turn your phone on, keep the pencil button pressed, until you
    got pin code request or your phone boots if you don't have pin code
    set.This should boot phone in so-called "safe" mode, and when you try
    to remove your app with manager, it should work. If it doesn't, you'll
    have to get fexplorer, it's freeware, and manually delete files.
    WARNING, this is fairly dangerous, because if you don't know what file
    you're deleting, you'll end up with unusable phone.

    Greetz, pixxel




  3. #3
    Daniel Juhn
    Guest

    Re: How to remove an application from a Nokia 6600

    just browse to x:/system/apps and find the video app you installed where x
    is c if you installed to phone, e if you installed to mmc.
    completely safe if you just delete its folder, but may leave a couple of
    files elsewhere.

    "[email protected]_am.ru" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > Alex wrote:
    >> I downloaded an video recorder app.
    >> But now I can't remove it with the app manager.
    >> What other ways do I have to remove such an application?

    >
    > when you turn your phone on, keep the pencil button pressed, until you
    > got pin code request or your phone boots if you don't have pin code
    > set.This should boot phone in so-called "safe" mode, and when you try
    > to remove your app with manager, it should work. If it doesn't, you'll
    > have to get fexplorer, it's freeware, and manually delete files.
    > WARNING, this is fairly dangerous, because if you don't know what file
    > you're deleting, you'll end up with unusable phone.
    >
    > Greetz, pixxel
    >






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