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Old 05-26-2006, 02:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there a way to uninstall applications? I downloaded yahoo messenger without realizing it's not supported by cingular.

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Old 05-26-2006, 03:16 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Options -> Applications -> Yahoo! IM -> Click scroll wheel -> Delete

or Desktop Manager

Appload -> Delete
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Thanks, you rock. There was one step missing, but I found my way with your post:

Options -> Advanced Options -> Applications -> Yahoo! IM -> Click scroll wheel -> Delete
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Thanks, you rock. There was one step missing, but I found my way with your post:

Options -> Advanced Options -> Applications -> Yahoo! IM -> Click scroll wheel -> Delete
Weird. I have no "Options" to select to select. Did this get disabled by my admin?
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One of the more annoying (in my opinion) aspects of the newer models is that themes change actual menu contents. Makes it really fun to walk a user through something over the phone.
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Weird. I have no "Options" to select to select. Did this get disabled by my admin?
do you have tools? sounds like you have a 7100 series handheld
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No, I have a 8700c.
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