Cannot Delete Applemobiledeviceservice.exe
Apple Inc. How to fix AppleMobileDeviceService.exe related problems? 1. I tried the uninstall routine, twice, and it froze both times, first time at 50%, and the second time at "1 second" to completion. I'm not at all hopeful.
you wish to remove applemobiledeviceservice from your computer: go to your start button, hit run, type in msconfig, hit ok, hit the services tab. Don't want QuickTime? Some might have had an iPod and switched to another mp3 player later on. So why is it installed?
It won't go away, I want to sync the mYpod, but that darned uninstall always wants to re-install itself. If you’re running a 64-bit version of Windows, continue with step 8. Not even in the same Universe.
Feanor 15 Jul 2007 01:13:10 14,270 posts Seen 4 minutes ago Registered 15 years ago uiruki wrote: To be fair, itunes isn't the best MP3 player if you don't have an ive tried everything youve posted, although on windows 7. Advertisement Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next. Microsoft's choice of using the web browser as an HTML renderer to display app content makes it unwise to remove the browser (though I contend that it would be nice if
The file is not a Windows system file. I decided to try repairing the Mobile Device Support first then trying to remove again. MrSensible 15 Jul 2007 00:46:29 26,451 posts Seen 2 days ago Registered 11 years ago Probably just go to RUN in the start menu and type msconig. useful source A quick question - is it ok to empty my recycle bin and permanently delete the original iPodService.exe?
Reply Martin January 10, 2010 at 11:00 am # George yes that is exactly what I meant. Reply Sid March 21, 2011 at 9:53 pm # Martin, thanks! Product Name: Apple Mobile Device Support. Edited by Feanor at 01:53:55 15-07-2007 Feanor 15 Jul 2007 05:49:40 14,270 posts Seen 4 minutes ago Registered 15 years ago I followed the advice in the 2nd post here: http://community.livejournal.com/geeks
Delete the following folders, if they exist: iTunes Bonjour iPod If you see a message that reads "Cannot delete iPodService.exe: It is being used by another person or program," follow theadditional It is January 2012, and this still works after installing iTunes on my Windows 7 laptop. This includes AppleMobileDeviceHelper.exe.And though I'm late to the game, there are 2 big reasons why people without Apple devices use iTunes: Smart Playlists (WMP and even fooBar2000 still don't have these you b) go to the Startup tab and locate Apple related entries there and remove them using the same method.
Don't complain about it. Any hope/help here? http://www.videolan.org/vlc/ Reply alunj says: May 2, 2008 at 10:30 pm It actually says in the feature list that it can't play Real's format of video, and Real Audio format support is Reply mike September 22, 2012 at 4:51 pm # GREAT article!
Loading... Knock off the "holier than thou" attitude when talking about Apple. even if you wanted to.How is all this "itunes running trickery"... Was making my laptop overheat.
As counter-intuitive as it sounds, this appears to take you through a completely different uninstall procedure, which actually results in the removal of the Apple Mobile Device Support. Feel free to buy me a pint if you wish, but because of my intolerance for beerit will have to be cider - ironically, that's squished apples gone bad. Start ASU.
The use of the Change button worked perfectly!
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If I need itunes, I can rename it back to applemobiledeviceservice.exe, then after I'm finished rename it to APPLEapplemobiledeviceservice.exe again. i had to end the process everyday! Reply c November 18, 2010 at 7:44 pm # agreed!!! Restart your computer.
You've already got about 60G of worthless stuff that you can't uninstall- like Internet Exploder! I know that this is what's going to happen, rather than that it might be a badly written app, and all I've done is deleted the application's executable. you're done re: Not entirely, no. Edited by Feanor at 01:13:53 15-07-2007 uiruki 15 Jul 2007 01:23:11 4,061 posts Seen 3 hours ago Registered 13 years ago Feanor wrote: I don't have an iPod yet, but I
Go to "cntr" alt del" to bring up the "Windows task manager", go to the "processes" and you will see it running, click on it and select "end process",,, wait a Organthruster August 24, 2009 at 10:11 am # Note that if you reinstall iTunes, or if click 'OK' when prompted to upgrade your existing iTunes installation, the actions listed on this I also like how you defended yourself against the appplenazi who accused you of being a Vista victim. i was having the same problem and could not figure it out for the life of me!
but I'm amazed that 20 years later you still give MS a pass while bitching about Apple! It is described as "iPod hardware management service".