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Thread: iPickupLine will not uninstall?

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    Default iPickupLine will not uninstall?
    I installed this app but when i go to uninstall....it goes through the process but the icon is still on my summerboard....i click on it and the program still works....how do i get rid of this?

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    I have exactly the same problem. can anyone help??

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    is this thread really just a nerdy pickup line?

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    az1324, that's a funny post but our problem is real:-)

    I tried this damned software just for the heck of it, saw that it was lame, and now I can't get rid of it. I uninstalled it from installer at which point it disappeared from the uninstall list, but it is still alive and kicking on my springboard - fully working! I tried reinstalling it and uninstalling it again but to no avail. Anyone knows the best procedure to manually get rid of this lame software?

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    Anyone tried emailing the developer? Also you can always just SSH into your phone and manually delete the app folder from Applications.

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    I have the same problem, I went into ssh and I cant find the folder where its installed

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    It's in the same folder as the rest of your applications. /root/applications

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    There is no APPs folder after root, only media and library. Its in Var/Applications

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    Actually I have 20 different folders in my root directory. one of which is applications.

    You were looking in /private/var/root I told you to look under /root

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