07-28-2010, 04:54 PM
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I'm just guessing, so take this for what it's worth.
First, go back into options to the screen where you see a list of installed apps, that is the screen where you previously highlighted the bloomberg app and deleted it. Open the menu and select modules. Scroll and look for any entries that reference the bloomberg app, to see if any modules were left behind. I doubt you will see any, but if you do, select and delete. Be very careful you do not delete a module for another app.
If you do find a left behind module and delete it, then do a hard reset (battery pull) and then check your profiles again.
Next hypothesis is that perhaps your profiles database is corrupted, and this seems the most likely explanation to me. If so, the fix is to use the advanced backup restore feature in desktop manager to clear the profiles data base. Do that, then do a hard reset, and check profiles again. But before you do, recognize that you will have to reset all your profiles after you do this. If you've done a lot of customization and you don't want to undo it all, then living with the current aggravation may be worth it.