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Old 05-15-2009, 01:00 PM
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Uninstalling original manilla thats cooked into rom

Is there a cab file floating some where, when you install this cab it removes the current (only minallia) manilla off the device? That way when you install other mailla it wont take up so much memory? Becasue you cant install these to your internal storage.
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Re: Uninstalling original manilla thats cooked into rom

Installing a new manila will overwrite any old manila files, as I'm guessing most have the same file names.

And no.
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