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iamiguel

Orange San Diego Urgent Help Request

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I've installed a driver from the link below to get an audio driver on my phone but since I've installed it, i've been unable to get access my music.

How do i go about removing the driver?

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.motioncoding.beats&feature=search_result#?t=W251bGwsMSwxLDEsImNvbS5tb3Rpb25jb2RpbmcuYmVhdHMiXQ..

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I've installed a driver from the link below to get an audio driver on my phone but since I've installed it, i've been unable to get access my music.

How do i go about removing the driver?

https://play.google....mcuYmVhdHMiXQ..

Can you not just remove it by going to 'settings' then 'apps' and then selecting it, it should then give you the option to remove it.

Although it does say the phone needs to be rooted to install the driver, have you rooted the phone ?

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Can you not just remove it by going to 'settings' then 'apps' and then selecting it, it should then give you the option to remove it.

Although it does say the phone needs to be rooted to install the driver, have you rooted the phone ?

It can't be removed by going to settings, my phone is rooted.

uninstalling the app will only remove the notifications but the driver will remain.

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It can't be removed by going to settings, my phone is rooted.

uninstalling the app will only remove the notifications but the driver will remain.

I'm no expert, but would it be possible to remove the files associate with the driver from the phone manually ? eg - find out what those files are and locate them on the phone using a root browser, then remove them manually.

Or you could try this, I have no idea if it will work on the osd, so it's a use it at your own risk kind of thing, but it seems someone has made an uninstaller for the beats audio installer, but having never installed a driver onto my phone I can't really say if it'll work or whether it'll damage the phone - http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=26480540

And there's always a factory reset, which is a pain but it might work ?

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Thanks for the help, I'm going to try the uninstaller.

I've already tried a factory reset but it was unsuccessful.

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Thanks for the help, I'm going to try the uninstaller.

I've already tried a factory reset but it was unsuccessful.

it's not working, im gonna have to see if i can find another way to remove the drivers

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my guess would be a total reflash using rickys tool seems like the only way i can see

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Is there a way i could reflash the system files aswell as the update?

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how should i flash the file?

I would guess from the "install update from USB" option in recovery? Is it volume down & power on(from off of course)?

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