How do I delete... playlists and applications...Support


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  1. royalexander

    royalexander New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Well I've been playing with my playlists and now I have duplicate playlists but the duplicate ones are empty and there is no way of deleting them in the Phone interface that I can see. Any clues?

    Also when I try to remove applications using the settings > application manager, none of them have delete or remove buttons... help!

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  2. rpedroso

    rpedroso Member

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    Go to Manage Apllications, select the App then hit the Uninstall Button. Use Media Go to manage your Music.
     
  3. pandaeatworld

    pandaeatworld Member

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    the x10 mini pro doesn't have an uninstall option.. but the menu lists that you can remove applications there, but I just can't find how..
     
  4. angelsix

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    Don't know why this tip is so hard to find, but you can probably delete the playlist by holding your finger on the playlist, until a menu pops up which includes the delete option. Sure feels to me that when looking at the menu from the bottom of the screen, there should be a 'delete' option.
     
  5. Hank2

    Hank2 New Member

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    That worked great on the 5-9 blank copies of each playlist that my Droid player had created. Thank you! Now if the process could only be batched rather than one-at-a-time. Better yet, I'd like to know why my phone spontaneously creates blank copies of the playlists, with only the last listed copy having any songs in it at all.

    Oh, my specs are LG Ally with Droid 2.2 << MediaMonkey Gold 3.2.0.1294 ("Send To" feature for each playlist, rather than sync all at once) << Window 7

    I wish MediaMonkey had a Droid app/player. My collection is way too big to manage with iTunes or Windows Media Player
     

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