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{{Abstract |After an application that is installed in a group folder is uninstalled, the group folder remains on the device. The folder has to be deleted manually.}}
 
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==Description==
 
==Description==
After an application that is installed in a group folder is uninstalled, the group folder remains on the device. The folder has to be deleted manually.
 
  
 
The following code shows how to install your application into a group folder.
 
The following code shows how to install your application into a group folder.
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   embeddability=KAppNotEmbeddable;
 
   embeddability=KAppNotEmbeddable;
 
   newfile=KAppDoesNotSupportNewFile;
 
   newfile=KAppDoesNotSupportNewFile;
   ............
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   ...
  .........
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  .....
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   //Group folder where you want to install your application
 
   //Group folder where you want to install your application
 
   group_name ="Folder name";  
 
   group_name ="Folder name";  
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==How to reproduce==
 
==How to reproduce==
1. Install an application into a group folder.
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# Install an application into a group folder.
 
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# Uninstall the application.
2. Uninstall the application.
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You can see the empty group folder after the application has been uninstalled.
 
You can see the empty group folder after the application has been uninstalled.
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==Solution==  
 
==Solution==  
 
No solution exists.
 
No solution exists.
 
  
 
<!-- Translation --> [[zh-hans:程序卸载后仍保留文件夹]]
 
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Revision as of 03:03, 17 February 2012

After an application that is installed in a group folder is uninstalled, the group folder remains on the device. The folder has to be deleted manually. Template:KBKI

Article Metadata
Tested with
Devices(s): All
Compatibility
Platform(s): S60 2nd Edition, S60 3rd Edition
Symbian
S60 3rd Edition (initial release)
Article
Created: User:Technical writer 1 (16 May 2008)
Last edited: hamishwillee (17 Feb 2012)

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Description

The following code shows how to install your application into a group folder.

RESOURCE APP_REGISTRATION_INFO
{
app_file="application_name";
embeddability=KAppNotEmbeddable;
newfile=KAppDoesNotSupportNewFile;
...
//Group folder where you want to install your application
group_name ="Folder name";
}

How to reproduce

  1. Install an application into a group folder.
  2. Uninstall the application.

You can see the empty group folder after the application has been uninstalled.

Solution

No solution exists.

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