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  1. #1
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    uninstall application manger

    Hi to all,

    Is it possible me to control my application.
    like: when some one insatlled my application and now no one can uninstall it.
    actually i don't wana to unistall my application after installation !!!!!!!!!!!11

    is there any apis or any bit that will set in the application ?

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    Smile Re: uninstall application manger

    Hello dear,

    U can find an entry for yr .Sis file in /system/install folder.

    Once u delete that entry, u shall not find an entry in Application Manager.
    So nobody will have option for uninstalling yr application.

    Regards.
    Kiran.

  3. #3
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    Re: uninstall application manger

    what u mean by entry point.

    u mean
    ; Standard sis file header
    #{"YourAppName"},(0xURAPPUID),1,0,0

    to


    ; Standard sis file header
    #{""},(0xURAPPUID),1,0,0

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    Wink Re: uninstall application manger

    Quote Originally Posted by kmsoomro
    Hi to all,

    Is it possible me to control my application.
    like: when some one insatlled my application and now no one can uninstall it.
    actually i don't wana to unistall my application after installation !!!!!!!!!!!11

    is there any apis or any bit that will set in the application ?
    I've replied for the same thread in Forum.NewLC.com

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