Accidentally screwed up my clock, is there a simple solution?

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  1. AndyR83

    AndyR83 New Member

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    I installed BB1.0 on my Droid today, which is my first non-factory ROM. When I put it in my media dock for the first time a message popped up asking me if I wanted to complete the action using the media software or clock. Not realizing that BB came with a new clock ap that included all of these features (or that the standard media dock software would crash if I tried to set an alarm in it) I told the device to launch the standard media dock software and do so every time. Now that I realize what's going on I can't seem to find any way to change this. Is it buried in a menu somewhere that I've overlooked?

    Thanks.
     
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    Go to Manage Applications in Settings, hit the Menu button>Filter select All.
    Look for Multimedia station, select it, select Clear defaults.
    Next time you place it in the media dock, you should be prompted as to what you want to use again.
     
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    Awesome, thanks. Setting filter to 'all' was what I was missing.
     
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