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I would like to delete my applications but when i do so ...

I would like to delete my applications but when i do so it is still taking up my memory when i goto "my world". how do i completely delete all unwanted applications? -thank you-
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Re: I would like to delete my applications but when i do so ...

Hi there!


How do you know that they are taking up memory when you look at them in MyWorld? It gives no memory-consumption indication about a specific app, does it? Rather, what it keeps for you is a historic trail of what you've installed, deleted, archived, etc...so if you truly have them deleted, then it's just a list of them. Or, is AppWorld saying "archived"...if so, you should delete them through AppWorld and that should remove that flag, though they will still show in AppWorld as deleted. This is a feature, not a flaw.


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