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Old 06-05-2006, 09:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I accidently deleted my memo app. How do i reinstall it? I tried using apploader and doing it manually from my back up files, but didn't work. I could've been doing that wrong.
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Anyone have any ideas to install notes or memo app? *crickets chirping*....
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Did you delete it or hide it?
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Did you delete it or hide it?
It's definitely not hidden, I checked. As stupid as this sounds, I think I deleted it possibly. I was deleting "Ka Glom" or whatever that game is called, and I think I click on the memo app by accident because when it rebooted, Ka Glom was still there and I later noticed that the memo app wasn't. I want it back though
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Possible. It is called "MemoPad"

Delete vendor.xml on your PC C: drive

Restart Desktop Manager with the BB plugged in; if it doesn't automatically start up, start Applications Loader (I know you said you did it already).

You should see the applications; uncheck and then recheck MemoPad.
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Possible. It is called "MemoPad"

Delete vendor.xml on your PC C: drive

Restart Desktop Manager with the BB plugged in; if it doesn't automatically start up, start Applications Loader (I know you said you did it already).

You should see the applications; uncheck and then recheck MemoPad.
Thanks for the help. I tried this but still no luck:-/
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