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    Any idea what this is? Or what it does, the description is very minimal.
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    link? I'm not completely sure what you're referring to
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    I wonder if he's talking about the battery service that's available for download on Preware??


    EDIT: Just updated Preware and it's no longer there. (actually most of the services are no longer there)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Niris777 View Post
    I wonder if he's talking about the battery service that's available for download on Preware??


    EDIT: Just updated Preware and it's no longer there. (actually most of the services are no longer there)
    Actually it's still there. Just under the "Feeds" tab in "Available Applications".
    Look in the "PreYourMind" Feed.

    Though I don't know what it's for. Might just open information on the battery, though there's nothing I know of to read it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tamvegas View Post
    Actually it's still there. Just under the "Feeds" tab in "Available Applications".
    Look in the "PreYourMind" Feed.

    Though I don't know what it's for. Might just open information on the battery, though there's nothing I know of to read it.

    Oh there it is. Quite a few changes in this update..... well anyways back to this thread, I really would like to know exactly what this does..... never heard of it...
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    Sysfs Battery Service | PréYourMind

    Well this was all that I could find, I guess it really just tells you info about your battery...
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    Yeah I installed it and it showed nothing or did anything. So I got rid of it
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    how did you get rid of it? It wont allow me to get rid of it now.
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    +1

    Quote Originally Posted by loopybandnerd View Post
    how did you get rid of it? It wont allow me to get rid of it now.
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    You have to use the quick installer thats how I took it off,

    It might give a more accurate reading of the battery.
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    It's a service, so you must use webOSQuickinstall to uninstall it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hammysink View Post
    It's a service, so you must use webOSQuickinstall to uninstall it.
    How do you delete it? I can't find it using webOSQuickInstall. Do I need the path? (tools - delete file/directory?)

    Edit: I found how to uninstall (Just in case anyone is as bad as me, it's under Tools/Device Management)
    Last edited by FlameOut; 09/07/2009 at 05:14 PM. Reason: I found it
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    Its a service that would allow a developer to make an app that reads a bunch of battery information..

    If you aren't a developer, and don't NEED a service for another app... don't download it.

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