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'Musician'. Your answer should be down here. That part up there is for asking for further information, and doesn't mark the question as answered. Great answer anyway :>)
How you do it depends on what device you are using. On a smartphone, you press and hold the icon, and drag it to the recycle bin which appears. Alternatively you can uninstall the app from your app settings page or the app store (or Google Play) store page for the app.
On a Windows PC, try clicking the icon with the right mouse button, then choose "Delete" from the menu which appears.
One of the few things that disappoint me about the iPad is that Apple's flagship tablet is still, to some extent, dependent on a nearby computer and an open window of iTunes or WinSCP. Bridge is a Cydia app which makes importing files to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch without a computer an easier affair. While there are many apps and tweaks that can get content on your phone, Bridge has a special feature which makes it worth the $1.99 asking price.
We've already covered a number of methods to download programs to an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch without using iTunes. Some of the free methods include OpenSSH (for secure wireless file transfers from a computer), iTransmission 2 (for torrents), and Safari Download Enabler (for downloading links and video files from the web). The problem is that while these apps and tweaks are more than capable of loading music on to your phone, they don't add the files to the Music app. This means you can't make playlists with the songs you've just loaded onto your phone.
That's where Bridge comes in. With Bridge, you can locate the files you've downloaded to your device and properly import them into your library. You can use this to load Songs, Ringtones, and Podcasts for audio files, set album artwork from your photo roll, and also import movies.
Applying album art to an imported song in Bridge
The only downside is the music won't be transferred back to your computer by syncing through iTunes. That's not a limitation of the app, but a limitation in iTunes. It wasn't built to transfer user-loaded music to your computer from an iPod. If you ever need to import music to your computer, you can use SSH to copy the music over. The files should be stored in 'var/mobile/media/music'.
Bridge can be found in the BigBoss repository on Cydia. Share your thoughts in the comments section below.
I can't remember exactly how I started answering questions. 1) You can contact fixya. Do a google seach for 'contact fixya?' Here is long answer: 2) I think I began in the following way: Down at bottom of page are categories, example such as computers and electronics. Select a category and a page comes up with subset of topics. Click on one of those subsets, and another page comes up showing more specific list of products, with 'problems/solutions.' Select problems. And a list of problems comes up, and these are usually dated, and not the current list of problems. Click one of the problems: Start answering these problems, and fixya monitors the quality of answers. 3) At some point I discovered 'My Home' page by clicking on my sign-in name at top right corner of page. Was it always there? Maybe, and I just didn't notice. Currently, I click on my name to arrive at 'My Home' And the My Home link appears on left side of page short ways down from top of page. My Home is evidently unique to my IP address, and sign in. Maybe you have that page already. Below link for My Home is link for Answer, My products, My Friends. I click on Answer link and expanded menu appears with general topic categories. And a full list of current questions appears. Or click on a topic from the expanded menu, and list of current questions appears about the specific topic. Click on any question to read the question, and below question is answer box where you answer current question. Many times the questions are posted under products that have nothing to do with the question. For example automotive questions posted under water heaters. etc I do not control what questions are filtered to my IP address, but am reasonably certain that I see a selected number of questions asked under that category. 4) How do you find a specific question that was asked and answered before, so that you can add a comment? Contact fixya? Otherwise, I don't know. Unless you google search the exact same question, and the link at fixya shows up in the search parameter, and then you can add a comment. 5) Add a webpage to your website that is titled exactly like the question, and maybe google will link to that page.
It automates going to different slides when an answer is selected. You CAN do it manually in PowerPoint if you want. Depending on how extensively you would use it, you might consider the manual option and save yourself the $60 (current price for July).
I recently built a system with Gigabyte MB and encounter the same problem after installed Easy Tune from the accompanied CD. But it only happens when one login as Limited Rigth user. Account with Admin right shouldn't have this problem. Here is my simple solution - login as user with Admin right then Run Msconfig (click Start -> Run -> type in "msconfig" then click Ok. Uncheck ETcall which is the culprit that function as Startup agent for Gigabyte's EasyTune app. Restart your system and go see it no more even if you login as limited right user. This way you don't have to uninstall the whole EasyTune app in case later on you would like to overclock your system and such.