LauncherPro errant after changing ROM

bluevolume

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I was running EB01 deox, deboat with LauncherPro. Removed the TWLauncher from system/app, and replaced it with LauncherPro apk. No problems, it was working fine.

I decided to flash to Ad's new 2.5x superclean, and I can't get LauncherPro to work correctly. First off it won't register -- I put my code in and it says it was accepted but after LP restart its still unregistered. Any changes I make in the settings immediately revert to what they were before.

I've tried removing/reinstalling LP, clearing the data/cache for the app. There must be some old garbage in there somewhere that's confusing it. When I upgraded to 2.5x I did a cache clear and delvik clear, but not data.
 

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the exact same thing happened to me a couple times before. i fixed it once by deleting dbdata/databases/com.fede.launcher in root explorer, but that didnt work after going to 2.5. i dont know how i got it working because i did so much reflashing, file editing and uninstalling
 

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LP keeps files on the SD card as well, including your settings backups. It could be referencing those. I had consistent force closes on Froyo with the Fascinate using LP+. I gave up on it and am using the SC default launcher. It is very fast and clean, in my opinion. I miss the 5x5 layout and resizing widgets, but only that.
 

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Try doing a search in root explorer for fede and launcher and delete anything that has to do with LP, then reboot and try again.
 

bluevolume

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the exact same thing happened to me a couple times before. i fixed it once by deleting dbdata/databases/com.fede.launcher in root explorer, but that didnt work after going to 2.5. i dont know how i got it working because i did so much reflashing, file editing and uninstalling

killing the database folder did the trick. Thanks for the info!
 

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