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    hi guys,
    i was just wondering, if i ever need to doctor my touchpad, do i need to wipe of android first with the acmeuninstaller??

    maybe somebody knows.
    thanks in advance
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    sorry ... i guess i was a little insecure if this thread belongs in the android section.
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    It depends. If you're going to reinstall Android, it's not necessary.
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    If you're gonna re-install android then no, if you're not then yes.
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    well, is android gone after doctoring? it needs reinstalling after doctoring (if i want to use it afterwards)?
    so is doctoring the tp a way to get rid of android too? i mean besides running the acmeuninstaller?


    thanks for your answers
  7. #7  
    Running Doctor will get rid of moboot, but won't actually remove Android.
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    you just have to install moboot again, thats all.

    Run Acmeinstaller with just moboot in the cminstall folder
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    Quote Originally Posted by GMMan View Post
    Running Doctor will get rid of moboot, but won't actually remove Android.
    I tried to put it on the veer ATT GSM 4g and now it will not doctor ...how do I completely remove all traces of android to acomplish doctor ...thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GMMan View Post
    Can you still boot ramdisk images?
    I don't know how to answer ...the webos on my veer works fine ..please tell me how to figure out the answer to your question??
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    Oh. Since webOS works, then it's a non-issue. I'm not familiar with Android for Veer, so I don't know what it does to fit itself in. You'll probably want to check for additional partitions or something. Tailor might help, but I've never used it and I don't know what devices it supports.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GMMan View Post
    Oh. Since webOS works, then it's a non-issue. I'm not familiar with Android for Veer, so I don't know what it does to fit itself in. You'll probably want to check for additional partitions or something. Tailor might help, but I've never used it and I don't know what devices it supports.
    only thing it seems to refuse to doctor via hp palm website ...and it is a fully registered fone...

    how to detect partition and ultimately to remove it ??

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