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C_McD
Posts: 140
Registered: ‎11-19-2009
My Device: Z30 10.2.1.2141; PlayBook 64 GB OS 2.1.0.1753
My Carrier: VZW USA
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Flightware

I installed Flightware.com app and then uninstalled it.

 

I now have a lot of airline icons on the device which interfers with any search of pictures via File Manager or if trying to attach a picture.

 

Anyone know how I can delete all these icon/pictures?

 

I am waiting response from their support...

 

Much appreciated,

 

 


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C_McD
Posts: 140
Registered: ‎11-19-2009
My Device: Z30 10.2.1.2141; PlayBook 64 GB OS 2.1.0.1753
My Carrier: VZW USA

Re: Flightware

I reinstalled the app and the pictures I'm concerned with are definitely icon the application uses.

FlightAware was not able to help me - Dah.

Anyone know how to access the PB folder to actually see where this application has it's files?

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C_McD
Posts: 140
Registered: ‎11-19-2009
My Device: Z30 10.2.1.2141; PlayBook 64 GB OS 2.1.0.1753
My Carrier: VZW USA

Re: Flightware

I am able to delete them from File Manager, Edit but you have to do one at atime and there are hundreds of them?

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C_McD
Posts: 140
Registered: ‎11-19-2009
My Device: Z30 10.2.1.2141; PlayBook 64 GB OS 2.1.0.1753
My Carrier: VZW USA

Re: Flightware

OK, resolved.

 

First I owe FlightAware and apology. Turns out it was Kayak app that had airline and currency jpg's galor and they show up in any picture search or when using File manager.

 

I deleted Kayak, and even then had to go into my PB from my PC and search for JPG files and then delete all thet still resided in the Kayak folder (most of which appeared in the android folders (which I understand if not a hard folder?)


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TexTucker
Posts: 349
Registered: ‎01-02-2013
My Device: pb
My Carrier: none

Re: Flightware

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Use pc or use app such as Air Browser to find the folder. Probably in Misc/android somewhere. Delete the folder. Playbook file manager is not man enough.

 

.....too late, you found it. 

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