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    OK! After this last update I came to realize how tweaked out my Pre was when I had to start the removal process. Now the Great minds here made it easy with their Emergency removal patch, but there is another patch needed.

    That would be the one that remembers all your patches and themes and put them back afterwards.

    BTW, I am being funny not serious , but wouldn't it be nice...

    Thanks again to ALL the Pre savy people on this website that have made this the best phone to own! (IMHO)

    Great job!
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    I have to agree with you
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    Quote Originally Posted by GregandTink View Post
    OK! After this last update I came to realize how tweaked out my Pre was when I had to start the removal process. Now the Great minds here made it easy with their Emergency removal patch, but there is another patch needed.

    That would be the one that remembers all your patches and themes and put them back afterwards.
    It would probably be a good idea to put patch requests in the WebOS Patches forum.

    Also, what I did as a workaround was to make a simple text file listing all my patches, homebrew apps and Palm catalog apps. Made it easier to re-install everything.

    Note: I really didn't need to re-install the apps, just the patches, but decided to list everything in the unlikely event I needed to WebOS doctor the phone.
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    We also need a patch for navigation in landscape. that would be fantastic because i use the navigation almost every day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevlars9 View Post
    We also need a patch for navigation in landscape. that would be fantastic because i use the navigation almost every day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GregandTink View Post
    .. BTW, I am being funny not serious , but wouldn't it be nice... ...
    I didn't think that was funny at all But I definitely do agree!

    It would take some script to take the filenames of all patches and export them to a text file. After that, it would run a recursive bash script or something similar to "wget http://url.com/patchName | ipkg install patchName;"

    I could do this with Php or in bash on a Linux server, but have no idea where I would start on WebOS. My way would work just fine as it is similar to how I would back up my web server (since it didn't have thousands of gigabytes of data on it).
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