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Old 07-16-2008, 09:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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is there anyway to remove all of the att media mall icons from the 8320. I deleted the service books, but everytime i power off and turn back on they all come back. theres about 8 of them not including the telenav and yellow book icons. anyone? thanks.
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You can't delete them. They will only come back. Just hide them.
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Hide the icons.

As a matter of fact, I created a folder on the homescreen, named it "ATT Crap" and moved all those media mall and shopping icons into the folder. THEN, I hid the folder.

Sorta like a trash can I don't empty... and they all stay nicely packed away there, never to be seen in public.
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Figured that, thanks for the help and quick responses.
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I just recently did this. I also added a folder for the blackberry apps that have shortcuts, such as D for caculator, R for Alarm, etc. Keeps everything in a nice order when you dont need unwanted icons filling up the screen.
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Yep, I have all the apps with shortcuts hidden as well.
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