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    I tried running WOSQI but it keeps asking me to transition the patches for 1.4.1.1 but gives me this error.

    Error uninstalling: org.webosinternals.patches.screen-lock-no-auto-off-while-charging

    Updated Preware to 0.9.36. I tried updating the packages but it also gives me an error about this same patch. Tried just removing it but get errors like "unreversed patch detected! ignore -R etc..."

    So how can I manually remove this thing? ii
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    You can try Emergency Patch Recovery. It's in Preware and will remove all patches on your phone. If that doesn't work, try WebOS Repair Utility.
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    I was hoping I did not have to remove everything again... ii
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    I have the same issue with the "No Alert During Call" patch. Neither WOSQI or Preware can remove the patch. I get the same "Unreversed Patch Detected" error.

    I'd really hate to wipe all my patches and have to go through and reinstall them all. If a list was generated and saved with the patches I had, and reinstalled them when I specify it wouldn't be a big deal, but...
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    There has to be a way to manually remove/fix a patch without removing all of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paladin View Post
    I tried running WOSQI but it keeps asking me to transition the patches for 1.4.1.1 but gives me this error.

    Error uninstalling: org.webosinternals.patches.screen-lock-no-auto-off-while-charging

    Updated Preware to 0.9.36. I tried updating the packages but it also gives me an error about this same patch. Tried just removing it but get errors like "unreversed patch detected! ignore -R etc..."

    So how can I manually remove this thing? ii
    I have this problem as well with this patch, and one other patch -- "Multi Mod". Just been putting up with it for a while, but would love to know the "correct" approach to resolving the issue.

    Edit: And by "resolving the issue" I do not mean removing all patches or doctoring the phone.
    Last edited by Xenoc; 04/21/2010 at 10:30 AM. Reason: :)
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    I think at a minimum we need a place that would contain a script for each patch we can run from WOSQI. Either from the command line or within it. All patches would have an entry there.

    Ideally I just wish PreWare could have an option to remove even if there is an error but maybe that is asking too much or it would already be in there I would think.

    Any developers interested?
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    WebOS Repair Utility scans your phone for patches. Once one is identified, gives you the option to remove or not and then moves to the next.

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