I have the same issue on two windows XP machines.
This path does not exist on XP: "Start Menu->Control Panels->Programs and Features"
I did go here: "Start Menu->Control Panels->Add or Remove Programs"
And there are no entries for Vcast or Verizon or Media Manager to uninstall. Anyone else having this issue?
I launched msconfig and found that the name listed under "Startup Item" was VMMModeSelection. I assume this stands for VCast Media Manager Mode Selection, not too obvious.
The only way I realized it was the startup for VCast was by expanding the Command column which showed the path was "C:Program Files\HTC\ModeSelection\VMMModeSelection.exe"
I had a Droid Incredible 2 for a couple weeks, and when I plugged it into my computer it installed something called VCast Media Manager. It stays in my system tray whenever I restart windows. I don't see any way to uninstall it. What do I do to get rid of it?
Found this googling the same problem for the Droid DNA. I know the thread is old but I will update it because it's the first search result.
Here is the cleanest way to get rid of it
Removing it from the startup :
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