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Oct
18
comment How do I stop the Adobe Flash Player updates from installing themselves?
Once it had reinstalled itself I found it in the market and was able to deselect the "Allow automatic updating" option. So far it hasn't reinstalled itself since then. Thanks!
Oct
14
comment How do I stop the Adobe Flash Player updates from installing themselves?
Thanks, I'm going to see if any of the other suggests work for me first but if they don't then I will try this. I'm just hesitant to install another app (Titanium Backup) but if nothing else works then I'll try it.
Oct
14
comment How do I stop the Adobe Flash Player updates from installing themselves?
@trlovejoy I have uninstalled it many times. The problem is that it keeps reinstalling itself and because it's a "stock app" that came bundled with my phone I haven't yet been able to find a way to disable this.
Oct
14
comment How do I stop the Adobe Flash Player updates from installing themselves?
@bendemes When I search for "adobe flash player" on my phone it doesn't show up in the Android Market App. I then searched for it on Chrome on my PC, found Flash Player 11, signed in and tried to send it to my device and it says that it's not compatible with my device. Currently it's uninstalled but it seems to wait for the most inopportune time and then start downloading itself again when I'm on expensive 3G.
Oct
14
comment How do I stop the Adobe Flash Player updates from installing themselves?
@bendemes Yes, I have moved as much as possible to the SD card and I've got a 16GB SD card. However I continue to be plagued by App Storage space problems. It's really the only complaint I have with the HTC Desire. I see nothing in the new phones that makes me want to upgrade except that the constant space problems on my Desire are a major annoyance. This Flash Player update is just the most recent problem.
Oct
14
comment How do I stop the Adobe Flash Player updates from installing themselves?
@Flow: Thanks, I appreciate the warning. However I use my phone way more for checking Twitter and Gmail than webbrowsing so it's much more important to me that those work. If I had to forego web browsing because of the resulting security risk, that might be acceptable.
Aug
18
comment How can I free up more space on my Android (2.2 Froyo) phone?
Thank you so much. This is fantastic!
Jan
11
comment How can I free up more space on my Android (2.2 Froyo) phone?
Thanks. Is this really true? Can someone else confirm this?
Dec
8
comment How can I free up more space on my Android (2.2 Froyo) phone?
I also like having the Facebook pictures automatically linked to my Google contacts so it would be nice to keep this feature. Can't they just put those on the SD card? It seems like it's somewhat peripheral and thus could be moved to the SD card but I don't know how the API and development details work. I hope Google and HTC pay attention to this and fix this up.
Dec
7
comment Does the gmail app stop syncing once the “Low on space” message appears?
Thanks for your answer. Would you be able to expand a bit more on that, i.e. is there a particular API signal or a percentage threshhold of available internal memory that triggers this behaviour?
Dec
6
comment How can I free up more space on my Android (2.2 Froyo) phone?
Thanks. Also check out the answer in the link in my second edit.
Dec
6
comment What can I do to manage my phone's internal storage?
This is a great app. I love the dynamic resizing of the display.
Dec
6
comment How can I free up more space on my Android (2.2 Froyo) phone?
@Lie: That's what I hoped when I bought the desire and I wish it was true but in practice I find myself constantly running out of space and then being forced to uninstall apps that I think I could do without at that moment.