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Old 08-09-2007, 08:51 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I just installed date reminder in my BB but I want to uninstall it again. I installed with PocketMac Sync Manager, but when I try to uninstall it with that program it crashes. I would like to know if there is any way that I can uninstall the program directly from the BB?
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options=>advanced options=>applications select it, go to menu and delete. then reboot

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I went to Options, Advanced Options, Applications but I can not see the program that I want to remove.
Any clue?
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go back to options=>advanced options=>applications click menu and select "modules" look for all the modules with the program name and delete them
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Ok, I went there and I see the program, but when I go to menu I only see View Properties, Edit Permissions, Edit Default Permissions, Switch Applications and Close. I do not have any delete option.
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I'm still a newbie, but can you remove .cod files with javaloader? Maybe try it that way. I'd put the javaloader.exe in a folder in the root of c:\, then run something like this

c:\javaloader\javaloader -u erase -f FILENAME.cod

I have the javaloader app in the folder "c:\javaloader" and the -f switch forces it to be removed even if it's in use.
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