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    and then do a hard reset then hotsync, will it be ok?

    i.e. i have files like ringo trial, etc. that i thought i had 'uninstalled'.

    but whenever i hard reset hot sync, i see it being placed back in there AND i see it in the backup folder. if i removed it maunally that way, is that ok?
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    bump
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    Yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Gamble View Post
    Yes.
    cool. just to make sure, you know how come .DLLs on a PC affect more than one app. b/c i want to take out from backup these items including:

    awesome bill. no disrespect AT ALL to you, i am very appreciative. but can any others chime in just for more confidence? (not saying you are not credible, i know you are )
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    The problem you have is that many applications create files that have different creator IDs, preference files, et cetera that the default launcher does not catch and that you the user will probably not catch. Clean from Northglide can help out that way. However, you should make it easy on yourself and just start over again and install off the bat an installation monitoring application like Uninstall Manager also by Northglide - it is the big guy on the street.

    So yes, you can just delete those files and go from there. You could also uninstall from the device itself using the default launcher, a third party launcher such as ZLauncher or Uninstall Manager, it'll catch most of the files. But to be on the safe side, back up the device, execute a hard reset, install an application like Uninstall Manager and then start adding your apps one at a time - doing it one at a time allows Uninstall Manager to monitor the application installation/creation process.

    Ben

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