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Old 02-11-2009, 02:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Exclamation HELP!! Removing programs from application loader

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I'm having an issue with Desktop Manager (4.6) that I'm going crazy trying to resolve. I installed the BOLT browser onto my Bold during the initial beta release (version .73), and it appeared in my available applications list. However, I've deleted the application from the phone and *attempted* to delete the app from device manager, but it won't delete from my available applications list. If I select the application and click delete, it doesn't actually delete.

The reason I'm asking is because the application loader refuses to recognize that I have installed the updated .83 BOLT browser on my phone, so when I go to install any other software, the *$*@ application loader downgrades my BOLT install back to .73.

What I need to know is how do I FORCE delete an application from the application loader? Better yet, how to I just delete the entire database so I can start from scratch whenever it starts to get out of sync like this?


I've also run across times where application loader refuses to allow me to unselect/delete an app that is installed on the phone, or refuses to allow me to check an app to have it install. No error message or anything like that, it just reselects or deselects the checkbox automatically, pretty much ignoring my request.

Anyone else having these issues?
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