Can't remove some apps after cupcake update

by auslander » Fri, 05 Jun 2009 03:12:19 GMT


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 I have a G1, and I just installed cupcake from the official, signed T-
Mobile update zip available from google.

Now, a number of apps show as not being installed, even though they
are.  I can't remove the apps because there's only an 'install'
options in the market app.  I installed one of the apps again, and it
overwrote the old version, and I can now uninstall it.

Not a huge deal, but seems odd.

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