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    Xplayer phone log access?

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    I installed the xplayer from X-Berrysoft a few days ago. Whenever I receive or make a call, a message is displayed asking if I want to allow xplayer to access my phone logs. Coming from a security background this immediately sounded suspicious to me so I said no. Why does a video player need to access my phone logs. Anyway, that is no good because the software crashes if I select no. I then proceeded to remove the software through the applications menu. The Xplayer appeared to be removed but I am still receiving the message asking if I want to allow xplayer to access my phone log. Of coarse I say no and it crashes. I then tried to reinstall the app and remove it. That was a no go also.

    So, I open it to the floor. Do any of the Blackberry gurus have a suggestion or two? Has anyone else come across this problem? Keep in mind that I use a Mac, and do not have access to a windows box. This means no Desktop manager.

    Thanks in advance for any help.
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    Re: Xplayer phone log access?

    Dude that's a good question. I'd like to know the same, I downloaded it too. I'm commenting just so this thread will make it's way to the top of the new posts in hopes someone will see it and answer the question for both of us.
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    Re: Xplayer phone log access?

    I don't know why it accesses the phone logs I have come across the same issue on many an occassion, but the reason it still continues to come up after you uninstalled is most likely because you probably didn't remove the whole program, many programs have sometimes 3 or more modules. And I if you don't use DM to uninstall you can sometimes miss a couple. ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)

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    Wow that's weird. Mine has never done that....... Yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssjason
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    Wow that's weird. Mine has never done that....... Yet
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    Re: Xplayer phone log access?

    ummm am i mistaken or can no-one run windows bootcamp on their macs to use DM...does DM not install onto a window partion created by a mac?

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    Re: Xplayer phone log access?

    Thanks for the replies. I pulled the battery once turned the phone on and it was still acting up. I then pulled the battery a second time thinking what the hell, why not and the problem magically disappeared. Keep in mind this is after I uninstalled Xplayer.

    If Bootcamp and windows are installed on an Intel Mac, yes, DM can be used. I don't have a Windows partition but rather have parallels installed. It requires less disk space than a dedicated Windows partition. The DM manager acted very weird the last time I tried to use it in Parallels.
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    i'm not certain, but it may have to do with the app's need to suspend when an incoming call initiates. if i recall correctly, dollar5's media player required the same access for it to function.

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    Re: Xplayer phone log access?

    That makes sense. Thanks for the reply.
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