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Old 05-10-2010, 01:52 PM   #105 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by John Clark View Post
Actually, I find it easier to just move the .cod files that I don't want installed to another folder. Then I load the pin.alx, it installs the apps I want. When I'm done, I restore the .cod files I moved and I move the entire folder to another location so the desktop manager will see the installed apps as wirelessly installed the next time. If you leave the folder after restoring then it won't back them up as wirelessly installed and they won't be in the pin folder next time. Hope that all makes sense.
Wow that was a while ago. :D

Yeah I do same for moving folder, but didn't think on moving cod files.

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