RussWWFC

How to restore my Vega ICS Rom to it's original state?

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Hi

I got my Vega Tablet yesterday and after playing around with it, decided to install Vega ICS on it, as per this video here

While I am happy with the Rom (I can live with the WiFi Sleep issue) I seem to have installed a rogue app, as I keep getting emails saying "Delivery Status Notification (Failiure)" from Gmail

They appear to be coming from my Tablet, as there are no rogue sent messages in my Apple Mail sent box, and there are in the tablet sent box

Ideally I'd like to set the tablet up next time so that I can only send through the Web Interface on my tablet, is this possible?

I have already tried a factory reset by the way, although the wifi settings go, the apps are still there

Thanks

Russ

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Try installing lookout or avg from the market and have them scan your apps for the rogue one

Otherwise you could go into recovery and do a factory reset which will wipe all your apps, and failing that you will have to reflash VegaICS.

On the matter of the wifi try either advanced wifi lock or auto airplane mode from the market to help resolve the sleep problem

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Try installing lookout or avg from the market and have them scan your apps for the rogue one

Otherwise you could go into recovery and do a factory reset which will wipe all your apps, and failing that you will have to reflash VegaICS.

On the matter of the wifi try either advanced wifi lock or auto airplane mode from the market to help resolve the sleep problem

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Thanks, I have turned off all the Gmail Synching apart from browser - as that is the main reason I went for the ICS Beta, as getting your history on your mobile device is not something I had since I stopped using Firefox as my default browser (on my phone that is)

And I have a funny feeling it was a torrent search app that I had installed, but this has now been removed, but I will install lookout and scan just in case there are hidden apps

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