If you hack your copy of Symbian to force access to the system folders on your phone you can back up or delete all kinds of things.
To back up (or delete) access points, bluetooth devices, bookmarks, calendar entries, contacts, cookies, SMS and email messages, notes, profiles, and the T9 dictionary, click here.
To delete stuck installer files, dead themes, and "share online" on the active standby screen, go here.
A few more things you can do with a hacked phone and a file manager like ActiveFile or X-plore:
• Clear RealPlayer recent clip list
If you don't want people to find out what videos you've been watching in RealPlayer on your phone, delete C:\Private\10005A3E\mediaplayer.dat.
• Delete stored exchange rates in the Converter
• Backup and share mobile Java applications
If you install a mobile Java program from a .jad file or on the fly from an SMS or mobile web site, you can copy the .jar file (the file that holds the Java aplication) from C:/private/102033e6/MIDlets (if you've installed the program on your phone memory) or E:/private/102033e6/MIDlets (if you've installed it on your memory card).
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Sunday, 16 November 2008
Delete RealPlayer recent clip list, delete Converter exchange rates, save and share mobile Java installer files