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Old 05-09-2009, 03:25 AM
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RSS Feed Bug

I had a N97 and recently just upgraded to firmware v12.
After the upgrade, I restored my backup from memory card (contacts, sms, etc).
Everything works normally just like before I upgraded, but when I look at the home screen widget list, I saw a RSS feed that was already deleted long time ago.
I tried using Web browser to re-add the exact rss feed, loading it on home screen, removing it, then delete from the web browser. It's still there!
I tried clearing the cache, but it does nothing

Anyone has similar situation? I know its not major, but its kind of annoying.

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Old 25-05-2010, 04:38 PM
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this is the exact same problem im encountering, anyone any ideas on how to delete it from the widget list?
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Old 25-05-2010, 05:31 PM
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Originally Posted by coolajoe View Post
I had a N97 and recently just upgraded to firmware v12.
After the upgrade, I restored my backup from memory card (contacts, sms, etc).
Everything works normally just like before I upgraded, but when I look at the home screen widget list, I saw a RSS feed that was already deleted long time ago.
I tried using Web browser to re-add the exact rss feed, loading it on home screen, removing it, then delete from the web browser. It's still there!
I tried clearing the cache, but it does nothing

Anyone has similar situation? I know its not major, but its kind of annoying.
Never EVER restore a backup after a firmware upgrade or de-brand.
It is OK to use the synchronize app for contacts, calendar entries etc, but not the backup/restore utility.

I would recommend you to format your internal memory to get rid of the problems you are now experiencing. ( by dialling *#7370# )
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