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I can't find it in /system or /data and it can't be uninstalled, but nags me every time my N1 boots.

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I can't find it in /system or /data and it can't be uninstalled, but nags me every time my N1 boots.


Wavesecure stay into /system partition. You can remove with adb commands.


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I can't find it in /system or /data and it can't be uninstalled, but nags me every time my N1 boots.


U can cook a version in the online kitchen without Wavesecure.

I would keep it on though, for the peace-of-mind that if my phone is lost my emails/contacts or other personal details wont be in the hands of the wrong people.

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If you really want to remove it, I think this should work...

adb remount


rm /system/wavesecure.apk

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I believe this is what i usually use:

adb remount
adb shell rm /system/app/*wsandroid*

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wavesecure rocks!

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U can cook a version in the online kitchen without Wavesecure.

I would keep it on though, for the peace-of-mind that if my phone is lost my emails/contacts or other personal details wont be in the hands of the wrong people.


Kitchen is only for AD Free or Plus Members ;)

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wavesecure rocks!

I may be missing something, but it looks like an expensive paid service and it's eating space on my /system partition.

Thanks to the folks who gave insight as to how to ditch it ;)

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I may be missing something, but it looks like an expensive paid service and it's eating space on my /system partition.

Thanks to the folks who gave insight as to how to ditch it ;)


It was free when I signed up for it, you should check and see if you can get it for free now. It's extremely useful (more for SMS backup than anything).

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I may be missing something, but it looks like an expensive paid service and it's eating space on my /system partition.

Thanks to the folks who gave insight as to how to ditch it ;)


Titanium Backup will also uninstall from you system. The app just about will uninstall anything. Just adding another method.

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Titanium Backup will also uninstall from you system. The app just about will uninstall anything. Just adding another method.


Tried it last night - Ti backup will not un-install wavesecure. The following, as suggested worked:
adb remount
adb shell rm /system/app/*wsandroid*


Unfortunately, I missed the free offer (just got my phone). I know you can bake Wavesecure is part of the Kitchen, but that's also a trial version, isn't it? I'm going to give lookout security a try - appears very much like wavesecure & it's still free. I suppose I wouldn't mind Wavesecure, but missed the free offer. :-/

Edited by lithium1330, 18 April 2010 - 09:18 PM.

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Thank you very much too.

adb remount
adb shell rm /system/app/*wsandroid*


worked like a charm on my Blade with MoDaCo r12.

Edited by josephxx, 27 February 2011 - 08:27 PM.

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