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03-20-2013 11:16 AM
Since the latest OS update, every time I uninstall certain Apps - Foursquare, Rogers One Account, Rogers Anyplace Live, Rogers 1 Number etc. The Apps delete fine but a few hours later, I'll receive a notification that there is a new device update available which will then download the apps again. Is there a way to stop this? I don't want to miss out on important updates but can't stand this Rogers **bleep**.
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03-20-2013 11:28 AM
It's not just Rogers, and even in the past version, if you delete them, they get pushed back in a small OS upgrade notification. Do as recommended above and as I've done with the ATT pushed apps. I create a folder named ATT/Junk and put the apps there and ignore it. Slide that folder over to your last app panel.
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