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    Video History keeps reappearing

    I've got a Bold 9000 and a couple days ago I upgraded my OS from 4.6.to 5.0.0.411 and now I've noticed that after I dl movies from Desktop Manager to my phone, that all the movies I've previously deleted return to the video file on the phone. :Eyecrazy::Eyecrazy::Eyecrazy:

    The only way I can delete the file name (which has no data in them) is to delete video file (which doesn't delete the name) and then reboot the phone. Then the file name disappears again until I dl more movies from Desktop Manager.

    Is my issue with my SD card, my phone, or DM?

    Any ideas?


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    Quote Originally Posted by acecommander View Post
    I've got a Bold 9000 and a couple days ago I upgraded my OS from 4.6.to 5.0.0.411 and now I've noticed that after I dl movies from Desktop Manager to my phone, that all the movies I've previously deleted return to the video file on the phone. :Eyecrazy::Eyecrazy::Eyecrazy:

    The only way I can delete the file name (which has no data in them) is to delete video file (which doesn't delete the name) and then reboot the phone. Then the file name disappears again until I dl more movies from Desktop Manager.

    Is my issue with my SD card, my phone, or DM?

    Any ideas?
    The easiest to test is your SD card. If you take everything off of your SD card and then format it, it will remove all files on the SD card and then you should be able to reload to it and try the process with putting your movies on. Just make sure that you get everything you dont want to lose of the card first.

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