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Old 03-24-2008, 03:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I found this post from awhile back that gave the following instructions:

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Delete the 2 tmobile wap service books.... If you do register again on the network they will pop right back... but for me it takes seconds to remove them and have them off for weeks....
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My question is, does "register on the network again" simply mean turning your phone on and off, or is it something else? Just wondering how long those cluttered links will be gone for.

Thanks!

Oh, and one more question... The above worked to get rid of my Tzone links, however there is another folder called "Links" that was also preloaded with the phone. Has things like Accuweather, CNN, etc. Is there a way to get rid of that folder too? I basically only want to have the "Blackberry Links" folder that has the links that I created.

Thanks again!

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No it means going to Options > Advanced > Host Routing Table and then choosing Register.

As for the links they are there to stay.
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Thanks for the reply! Helpful to know. As far as the links, I was afraid of that.
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Thanks for the reply! Helpful to know. As far as the links, I was afraid of that.
I also wish you could get rid of them or at least put your personal ones first in the list.
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