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Wanted to know that i tried to uninstall iToggle from my phone (1.1.3) ...
[iToggle] How To Remove its Icon From Home Screen ?
Wanted to know that i tried to uninstall iToggle from my phone (1.1.3) and it removed successfully but the icon of iToggle is still there on the home screen. How do i get rid of it?
if you have Term-vt100 installed in your phone just start and type this:
You can also install/use MobileFinder to remove this app located in /Applications folder
rm -R /Applications/iToggle.app
i'll install this application and check but when i installed the other application that you mentioned, it asks for the password when i run it.
I tried removing it but nothing happens through MobileFinder. Can you guide me? I've hidden the icon using the application POOF, i hope that doesnt make a different while i remove it?
Last edited by Oblivion; 05-19-2008 at 02:36 PM.
MobileFinder initially doesn't put you in the real /Applications folder but in a folder that is linked to it. You need to press the "Up" button several times until you are really in / and then look for the Applications folder.
Originally Posted by Oblivion
I think Term-vt100 is easier. The password should be alpine
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