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  • This is so messed up. I can’t get to my regular WordPress site or dashboard or eliminate this Mobile tragedy. How do I shut this off. All I get when I log in is the Mobile admin panel and there’s no way to switch out of it. My PC browser just shows the mobile site. Help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Sorry about my frustration. Both Firefox and IE were taking me to the Mobile version of my site as well as the mobile Admin panel. When I tried to disable the WordPress Mobile Pack Switcher, I got a message saying I could only do that from the Admin Panel — but of course the WordPress Mobile Pack wouldn’t let me get back to the REAL Admin panel. Since I couldn’t get to the Plug-in option, I simply deleted the entire WordPress Mobile Pack folder from my site. What a shame. I ‘m using WP 3.4.1/ Thanks if anyone responds — sorry to waste your time.

    I am having this problem as well. I really want to use this Mobile Pack.

    I have WP version 3.4.2. When I first installed the Mobile Pack everything worked well. I continued to change the settings unitl something I changed actually caused this error where you can no longer get back to the standard dashboard. I think it is something I did. I had to completely remove the Mobile Pack folder from the server to get back to the Dashboard.

    I think it was something to do with the Switcher but not sure. I figured I could re-install it and start over but as soon as I activate the plug in, my website goes back to the mobile admin and I can no longer can do anything. Is there some setting or some file that is remembering the settings that are causing this issue?

    Thanks for any help.

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