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Old 06-08-2005, 10:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I've searched the forums with no luck.

How do you remove an aftermarket application from the 7100?

From my forum search, it appears other models (i.e. OS's) have a main menu item called Applications with a selection called "delete", no such thing in 7100.

I use 7100R, I know people with different 7100 variants, they have the same problem.

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Connect to your desktop manager and double click the application loader, foolow it through and simply uncheck the items you'd like to remove.
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finch:
thanks for the instant reply!

now others can find the answer by searching the forums, as I tried
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some installed applications don't show up on the application loader screen, here's the answer to that.

Go to Settings > Options > Applications. Highlight the App that you want gone, click on it, and delete is one of the menu options. You may have to reboot your phone.
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