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madzilla 01-22-2009 02:55 AM

In a pickle (wifirouter)
 
I had wifirouter installed but I forgot that I did and I installed a cab I had. Apparently the cab I used recently was not the same one as before and so it installed 2 instances of the program on my phone. SO then I tried to uninstall them both because not only was wifirouter not working but now I cannot even activate wifi to connect my phone to networks. One instance of it uninstalled and the second instance will not uninstall at all and wifi still will not turn on. Even though the comm manager shows the wifi "switch" being off I have a icon on the top of my screen that is doing the connection thing (the icon you see when you are connecting to a network). And it just sits there doing its animation 24/7 now. Without hard resetting my phone or reflashing the ROM is there a way I can force uninstall wifi router to get wifi working again then reinstall wifirouter?

wavezero 01-22-2009 02:59 AM

Re: In a pickle (wifirouter)
 
Does the connection animation continue after a soft reset? Even though the "switch" for wifi is off, does anything happen when you tap it?

madzilla 01-22-2009 03:05 AM

Re: In a pickle (wifirouter)
 
if i tab the switch it does the winmo loading thing and then when that disappears the switch is still off. Even after soft reset the damn little wifi connection animation on the top bar is still there.

wavezero 01-22-2009 03:15 AM

Re: In a pickle (wifirouter)
 
hmm... if you go to settings/connections/wifi and select all available, is there anything listed? Also, try to turn wifi off from the menu there.

madzilla 01-22-2009 03:26 AM

Re: In a pickle (wifirouter)
 
It says my wireless lan is off. That is the problem is my wireless lan is off and i cannot turn it on. Also the wireless lan connecting animation on my top bar is always there.


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