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    I seem to have lost all Default Applications on my pre... see screenshot below.

    I am running a Sprint Pre on 1.4.1.1 (with Uberkernel and govnah installed), and I had recently installed the latest Internalz and FileMgr but it was working fine... then today I ran into an error trying to load up an ipk so I checked the default apps and nothing was there! I ran the Emergency MIMETable Reset tool on Preware but it didn't help. Anyone have any idea (short of a trip to the doctor) that can fix this?

    Thanks
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    start with repair utility or visit the doctor
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    Quote Originally Posted by Workerb33 View Post
    start with repair utility or visit the doctor
    Repair Utility: ran, no help
    Doctor: holding off, hoping for a better solution! :-)
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    did you end up finding a better solution? I have the same problem
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    Perhaps doing a Partial Reset (Erase Apps & Data) might fix it. Just a suggestion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by edgarwong View Post
    did you end up finding a better solution? I have the same problem
    Good news: I was able to fix this
    Bad news: Sadly, I end up doctoring the phone to do it!
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