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Old 08-01-2007, 01:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I downloaded AIM + and wanted to delete it so I can install that JIVE...however I dont want to slow my blackberry up any and want to completely wipe out AIM+ - I am looking to do something similar to what the SureWipe Blackberry: BlackBerry Curve: Mobylo! SureWipe by Mobylo for BlackBerry Curve application does but I dont want to pay that much for one wipe. Is there any other application or any other way to do this?
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Just find the application in Options > Advanced > Applications and delete it. While in Applications, also click to look at Modules and see if any remain, delete them. Pull the battery to reboot.

No need to wipe or buy a wipe.
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Just find the application in Options > Advanced > Applications and delete it. While in Applications, also click to look at Modules and see if any remain, delete them. Pull the battery to reboot.

No need to wipe or buy a wipe.
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