Remove Nemo Player

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  1. cosyCloud

    cosyCloud Member

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    Hello -

    My Acer A500 is gone crazy lately and it seems to be the Nemo Player. Today was the final straw when I turned it on and Nemo Player was flashing on and off and I could not do anything while the screen flickered all over the place with Nemo popping up "loading" I want to rid of it. I never use it - it never plays the movies I want to watch and for some reason starts when the tablet turns on.

    It came pre-installed on the tablet though. How do I get rid of it?
     
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    jgumphress Senior Member

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    Unfortunately Nemo, which I never use and don't care for, is in the ROM and can't be deleted without rooting you tablet. My best plan of attack would be to do a hard reset and return your tablet to factory condition and start over. Back up everything to your SD card first using an app manager like Astro. I love my Acer A500 and have not had that problem. But if rebooting doesn't fix it then you may have a corrupt ROM. Very unlikely though. In that case I would try to claim the warranty for a replacement. Anyone else please chime in if you have any other ideas, I'm far from an expert in anything. Good luck.
     
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    Hi and thanks for the reply. In case anyone else comes along with this problem ... I left it alone charging but on for a while and when I went back to it, Nemo had ceased to think that it was docked and stopped flickering and blocking everything else from happening.

    I think there is an issue with the tablet it self - but as I don't plan on docking it I installed an app to just stop Nemo when it starts so hopefully this will help.

    I am still in warrenty though so next time I restart my tablet we'll see if it happens again.

    Thanks for your help though - I am wanting to root my tab - just waiting until i am out of warrenty or can afford to buy another when I invariably mess it up somehow.


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