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Old 02-02-2007, 08:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm in the options-advance options-applications-find it and then hit the menu button and click delete...
results in:"Uncaught exception:rim.vm.stackoverflowerror"

So........now what....I did not know this was trial ware and then had to pay for it........seems that my need for this use revealed that I did not use it during the trial period.......should I get to that point I'll consider buying it...for now.....just want to free up memory.....

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try using application loader to get rid of it that way
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try using application loader to get rid of it that way

I did and the delete function is grayed out..whether the box ix checked or unchecked...thanks......
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Just open the application loader and uncheck the box for Mobylo Multialarm. Proceed as if you were installing new apps and it will delete it for you. That's what worked for me.
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like chinookman said the box is grayed out wont let him check or uncheck.
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like chinookman said the box is grayed out wont let him check or uncheck.
Well the 'delete' button is grayed out.

I want to thank you folks for jumping in and helping out. It helped to get me out of the "delete" button mentality. The idea of unchecking the applications and hitting the install button went against the grain for me.

But as hardheaded as I am I did it.....and it worked.....so thank you all!!!

Hopefully it will help out others that get on that wrong road of thinking.


a happy ending and a good had by all...lol..


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PS thanks for making this forum what it is...
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