I found a bug with my vivokey Apex today. It scared the crap out of me but I did manage to get it fixed (I think) I went to go set-up bitwarden to use u2f and selected the fido2 applet by mistake, I went to uninstall it and dropped my phone during uninstall. It said failed but the item was removed from the list so I then tried to install the u2f and failed to install because of space on the chip. Weird since I just removed my fido2 applet and know I had some extra space. Removed my NDEF to make room and no fix. I tried to reinstall my NDEF and it now fails to install also. Nothing will install at this point, I tried a bunch of applets with nothing working. It for sure has some garbage in memory, so I try to reinstall the original failed fido2 applet and it installs! Like instantly installs, it normally take a while, but this time it was instantly. I then remove it successfully and can install applets again like normal. I thought I’d bricked my implant for like 15 minutes. If I had waited a few days between the failed remove and trying too install something again I would have forgotten what I did and be very confused and angry.
So heads up! If it fails to remove, reinstall it and try to remove again or you’ll get locked out of a chunk in memory. My curiosity then lends me to ask, can I view any other possibly half installed applets? For all I know I might have a few on there I’m just unaware of, that are taking up memory for no reason.