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  1. joandropo

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    I know this is really stupid but here goes...

    Samsung galaxy 3 I5801 cannot have flash player... but still I installed flash player from the android market... Its not working... So i would like to uninstall it...

    How do I do that??? I went to Manage applications and tried to uninstall it from there... but the uninstall button doesn't work...
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    Can you uninstall it from its Market page maybe?

    How much space is it taking up? It may be negligible.

    You could always root and then uninstall it with Titanium.
     
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    The size of the file is 836KB... I tried from to uninstall it from the android market but I can't find it... I mean it doesn't show that I have installed it... And im sorry i don't understand what u meant by root and then uninstall it with Titanium????

    I haven't rooted my galaxy 3... Most of my applications are go launcher...

    Is there by any other way I can uninstall it???
     
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    I can't think of any way other than rooting, which is a rather advanced and dangerous process.

    Why do you want to get rid of it anyway?

    I could understand is it was taking up a load of precious space, but it is not; 836KB is nothing.

    If I were you I would just stop worrying about it. :D
     
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    Flash is being replaced by AIR.
    How are you certain you have it installed?
     
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    O well... I know it takes a little space but I still I hate it when I know that there is an application that is in my phone that is of no use at all... :-( Well anyway my cell phone still works well... so no probs.... thanx for answering.. :) cheers!!!
     
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    yes i installed a flash player... and what is this AIR ur talking about???? :thinking:
     
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    AIR, I believe, is a way Flash devs can port their games and apps to Android...
     

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