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    Downloads

    I apologize in advance but I have tried to "search" everywhere and I cannot find an answer. How in the world can I "open" the page that lists the non-market downloads. the top if the page is "downloads" and it is dark gray/black with all the downloads listed. I downloaded Swype tonight and the phone went to sleep and I could not locate it again. I ended up going back to the Swype email and did the download again for the page to come up again. Now I want to delete the items listed on that page. Can someone help out this dummy?

    I hope I made myself clear.
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    I got it answered on the 'swype' thread. Mods you can delete this. Sorry.
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    Do you have Astro? It is a free market app. That will let you navigate your sdcard. You can also mount your phone card to your pc by plugging the charger card cord into a usb port and mounting it via the notification pull down menu. Then you can delete things via your computer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jus Cruisin View Post
    I apologize in advance but I have tried to "search" everywhere and I cannot find an answer. How in the world can I "open" the page that lists the non-market downloads. the top if the page is "downloads" and it is dark gray/black with all the downloads listed. I downloaded Swype tonight and the phone went to sleep and I could not locate it again. I ended up going back to the Swype email and did the download again for the page to come up again. Now I want to delete the items listed on that page. Can someone help out this dummy?

    I hope I made myself clear.
    Loud and clear. What you need is some file management. Astro, free in the market will locate these files for you with its search feature.

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    go to your browser, menu, more, downloads

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