Programmatically delete a home-screen shortcut

by Romain Guy » Sat, 11 Apr 2009 00:20:56 GMT


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 >  1) Is there a way to programmatically delete a home-screen shortcut

You can use the UNINSTALL_SHORTCUT intent provided by Home.


No, there's no such directory. Home uses a private database that only
Home can access and manipulate.

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