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After reboot some removed apps are visible in app-drawer. Clicking them doesn't do anything, and removing them won't help, cause the reappear after every reboot.
I think it were apps I probably moved to storage, cause all the icons show SD on them.
Is this the opposite problem of icons disapearing from homescreen after reboot in a previous version of the stock ROM? Which was fixed with the latest update (4.18.401.2)
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After reboot some removed apps are visible in app-drawer. Clicking them doesn't do anything, and removing them won't help, cause the reappear after every reboot.
I think it were apps I probably moved to storage, cause all the icons show SD on them.
Is this the opposite problem of icons disapearing from homescreen after reboot in a previous version of the stock ROM? Which was fixed with the latest update (4.18.401.2)
Well, you can use hide apps option in app drawer, i used it, and those icons gone
 
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Just delete data from HTC sense in manage apps and then reboot that should solve it

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