Ahhh.... I was a bit confused about things but I think I have it now.
Originally Posted by ananimus
So, as an update:
I installed sprint nav v 1.0.1-86. Everything was beautiful, Sprint Nav was there, Bing was there. Then I read your post. I rebooted and sure enough bing was gone and replaced with a Gmaps icon that only told me to try to update again. So, I removed the directory indicated above and .... viola... problem solved.
So, I guess the take home message is that if you are getting the fake update notice the best thing to do is probably to let it install - which will remove Bing, replace it with Gmaps and *might* get rid of Sprint Nav.
Once all of this happens then reinstall Bing - easiest way is probably to open Gmaps and click on the link you are presented with.
Once Bing is installed do a full reboot. If Bing is gone again, then do as instructed above... specifically use a terminal program or "linux commandline" in WebOS Quick Install to remove the Gmaps directory by typing :
rm -r /usr/palm/applications/com.palm.app.maps
This is what appears to be working to get rid of the crazy notification and get you back up and running. However, has anyone figured out *** is triggering this?
ananimus, thanks for all your helpful posts!!