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Can you remove items from "Market" downloaded list?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by MisterEd, May 1, 2010.

  1. MisterEd

    MisterEd Well-Known Member
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    I like to keep thing "neat and arranged" :D so when I download programs from MARKET and delete them I want them to go away so I see ONLY what I kept.

    Is there a way to remove UNINSTALLED apps from the "DOWNLOAD" list in the "Market" so all I have left is what I want to keep installed and not what I removed?

    The more I play with this MyTouch the more I like it and can't wait for something new to come to AT&T. I just bought this used because I sold my iPhone to wait for a new one but I'm getting hooked. Reminds me of the old PALM TREO days.
     

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  2. sensesfail99

    sensesfail99 Well-Known Member
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    First off dont download PORN apps and you wont be worried about it :p!!! Im just joking. I think you actually have to reboot the phone completely to get rid of the list. Which kind of sucks because its a lot of work having to go back through and redownload everything you want! I had an app that I liked and i accidentally deleted it from the phones database instead of uninstalling through the android marketplace. The consequence of this was the android marketplace thought i still had it downloaded, so when i tried to redownload it I couldnt. I had like 15 other apps on the phone i liked at the time and didnt want to go through the process i explained just to get that one app back....
     
  3. MisterEd

    MisterEd Well-Known Member
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    How could I have guessed that was going to be the response I get. :D

    Actually all I want to remove are the ones marked UNINSTALLED. I haven't had the phone long enough to find the "good stuff!"
     
  4. sensesfail99

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    Yeah I think you have to restore the phone. I could be wrong though.
     

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