ACTION_PACKAGE_REMOVED (or We just deleted 42.)

by Dianne Hackborn » Thu, 25 Feb 2010 10:38:55 GMT


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 The data has the package name.




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ACTION_PACKAGE_REMOVED (or We just deleted 42.)

by laphroaig15 » Thu, 25 Feb 2010 13:48:01 GMT


 Ah, I see.  The event is useful.  However, even with the package name,
at that late state, I still couldn't retrieve the app's meta data
bundle from the package manager, correct?  I tried to pull the
packages by uid and they had been deleted.  I assume that the app and
pkg infos are gone as well.  I've already built a registry now, but
I'm still curious.

thanks,

Jess




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