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    Question Quick Tour

    Can anyone please tell me how to delete the Quick Tour from my T/E? It doesn't seem resonable that I'm stuck with it.
    Thank you

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    Not possible I'm afraid, it's part of the ROM, and as it's not flash rom [either US or int' version] you're stuck with it...

    On a lighter note, as it's in the ROM, it's using memory that's not available to you anyway, so isn't using memory that you could have installed apps etc. on...

    G.

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    Thank you very much. I think I was more disconcerted having to always look at the icon on the desktop than I was at the loss of memory space. I appreciate your help
    Tess

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    there is an application available from freewareplam.com called " Invisible" that will allow you to hide applications from view..it will do what you want and its free.
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    Ah, I've got the apps I use in a category called zed's dead, basically because I'd watched Pulp Fiction that night, and it was the first thing I could think of starting with a z, as that way, it's only one navigator click to the right from my zed's... to the sd card.

    That way I only see the icons/apps that I want to, and pop up 'all' if I need to access an app I don't use often...

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    Originally posted by rrfranczak3
    there is an application available from freewareplam.com called " Invisible" that will allow you to hide applications from view..it will do what you want and its free.
    Any links to this? Can't seem to locate it myself. Thanks.
    So long, and thanks for all the fish.

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    Maybe this at the bottom of the page?

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    Nine,
    Once again, you shine through.
    Just what I was looking for!
    So long, and thanks for all the fish.

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    By desk top I guess you mean on your hand held??? Try this - At the top right tape for a drop down menue. I would assume yours now says "all". On edit catagories create a new one. I use normal. Then tape the button on the bottom left down in the gray are. Tap category. There you can put the icons where ever you want them. I put the few that I use in the normal area.

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    Default Quick Tour

    Thank you all very much. I probably won't add a program simply to hide the icon. However I did set a separate grouping of just the icons that I use most often. Is there a way that I can hit the 'home' button and have it always take me back to that screen grouping instead of the defalt 'all' screen grouping?

 

 

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