I'm happy that the IPad that I work on isn't mine and that I haven't spent the money to get a device that make me angry just for deleting an application that I don't want. I was enthusiast about Apple devices but more I use tham and more I'm convinced to not get tham. I was downloading an app and pressed install again and this is a phantom app. However, I found it is too big to download over my 3G network and I am prompted to download via computer or Wi-Fi (over 20 MB). To prevent the app from re-syncing to your i Pad, plug the i Pad into your computer. press and hold the wake/sleep button (not the home button but the on on the side/edge) for a few seconds and you get a red slider and can shut the i Pad off.
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You see, in the app, i Phone owners are prompted to create a quiz of their choosing.
Windows and Linux are problematic, you got blue screens but if you need to delete a file or simply copy it you have a way how to do that. I deleted the other app thinking it was part of this problem (it was free) but it still is there.
Candidate, an i OS app for the i Phone and i Pod touch, challenges Tinder and the like through offering i OS device owners a deeper, more meaningful means of discovering a potential romantic partner. Well, instead of swiping or tapping on a profile based on the owner’s (purported) appearance, Candidate places all of its emphasis on finding out more about a person before linking two people together.
When I restarted, the partial app 'ghost' icon was gone. To remove a partial app with no X the suggestion above on 10/15/10 worked well. After I answered yes, the app became permanent, just like the original pre-laoded apps that came with the i Pad, like Safari, Mail etc. I am still unable to remove this app, either directly on the i Pad, or through ITunes.
I held the power button for a few seconds until the red slider bar appeared and used it to power off the i Pad. When I tried to remove it in the usual fashion by making the icon "wiggle," some new message appeared.
To uninstall an application purchased or otherwise installed from the i Pad App Store, simply do the following: 1. Under the i Pad - Applications tab in i Tunes, de-select the application from the Sync Applications list. After a few seconds, switch it back on using the same button (press and hold) and your app that was stuck on loading is gone. I downloaded a free ebook and it actually won't load as too big and need wifi.
Hold your finger on either the icon for the application you wish to uninstall or any other icon until the icons on your home screen begin to shake or wiggle (the same action you take to move or re-arrange home screen icons). Click the "X" in the upper left hand corner of the icon for the application you wish to remove. If you have deleted the app from your computer, and you want to re-install the application at a later time, simply visit the App Store and select the application again. I followed the steps to remove the app (and it was removed) but now when I visit the app store again, it's prompting me for another purchase? This has been going on as a question for sometime now and nno responses to help. I have successfully deleted if off Itunes on my computer and synced the ipad2 afterwards hoping the darn thing is gone.
When I restarted, the partial app 'ghost' icon was gone. The solution suggested in 10/15/2010 - dosen't worked for me. Same problem here....20mb app stuck on home screen loading due to no wifi in my area...someone say you have to go to a wifi restaurant to fix...my opinion you shouldn't have to leave the house to resolve..no computer or restaurant with wifi near...
I waste till now about 2 hours to fix that problem. I have shut the ipad off and then back on, but it does the same thing. I think if you can start a 20mb app in 3G on your home screen you should be able to delete or the app should not be allowed to start the loading process...
endlessly "Waiting ..."), read this FAQ on How to Remove / Delete a Stuck i Pad App. Thanks To remove a partial app with no X the suggestion above on 10/15/10 worked well. Bogus error messages occur each time I try to sign in. It directs angry birds to the game center and then you can't log in. I tried deleting on ipad2 and it won't let me delete it.
I held the power button for a few seconds until the red slider bar appeared and used it to power off the i Pad.