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eng60340 26-05-2007 04:29 AM

e61i unable to remove installation files.
 
hi there.

i can't uninstall programs on my e61i

in the app manager
it states:

Launcher_reuter_61i_asi....
not installed
Launcher_widset_PA.sisx
not installed

podcasting
installed
golf pro contest 2
installed
etc..

but when i click on the reuter and tells it to install, the installation fails...
there is not option in the app manager to remove these installation files.

and everytime i turn on the phone, it tries to restart the installation....

---
i have downloaded and installed reuters and widset again..
but that doesn't remove the


Launcher_reuter_61i_asi....
not installed
Launcher_widset_PA.sisx
not installed



....
it's very irritating when you switch on the phone and the e61i tries to auto install those two programs....and fail.

how do i remove these programs from the phone/registry ?
i tried to look in the phone sd card.. but can't really find the two programs....
(I am pretty sure they reside in the sd card.. but i just dunno how to find them..)

innersky 07-12-2007 03:14 PM

unable to remove application
 
I face a similar problem. After firmware update, unable to remove some programs using the application manager.

roflem 09-12-2007 01:36 PM

same here
 
I have the same problem. the files are on my sd card and have file names such as 2000043B3.sis or A00007A6.sis but when trying to install they fail and on bootup I get the same message each time " unable to install....blabla..."

I dont even have the option to remove them!

I tried finding them on the removed and mounted SD-card but no luck....

lachim 16-10-2008 02:50 AM

I you have important data on the sd-card, then back them up to somewhere on PC, then format the card. The problem will be gone. I did try and was successful. The only trouble is that you will need to re-intall what you have previoulsy installed on the card. Cheers.


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