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Old 05-31-2006, 03:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok, I have looked and looked and can't figure out how to remove the eOffice and eFile demo's that I downloaded OTA. I think their clunky and would like them gone, but they are not listed under Applications, and since it was an OTA install, they won't show up with App Loader.

I suppose I could just wipe the device, but that seems a bit harsh.

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try:
Tools (wrench) --> Advanced Options --> Applications
Highlight application to be deleted.
Click trackwheel and select delete.
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I think their clunky and would like them gone, but they are not listed under Applications.
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I had the same issue with uninstalling espell (which included efile and eoffice components). I did the uninstall on the device and it only partially removed the applications. I then used the desktop application loader and selected the various components and did a "remove" which seemed to get rid of the rest.

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Unfortunately I can't use Desktop Manager since it was an OTA install (and I did look there anyway). The application is not listed in App Loader, nor is it listed under Applications on the device.
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That's a tough one - I called Dynoplex and got someone in India who stuck to the script and couldn't answer any questions.
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Suggest that you reinstall it OTA (i.e. over top of the current installation). You should then find it in the Applications list.
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You should look under Modules in Applications, everything installed will be listed there. Wiping the device might not help because BBDM backs up OTA installed apps.
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