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Old 08-10-2008, 02:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i know there is way to delete these pointless pics.....how do i go about doing it?
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I'm mobile so look in the general bb section under how to optimize your bb.

Here it is. http://www.blackberryforums.com/gene...ee-memory.html
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i would like to know as well. Pointless pictures.
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Try MaxMem. Go to BerryCoder
You can delete preloaded pics and much more.
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I'm mobile so look in the general bb section under how to optimize your bb.

Here it is.
Is there any easier instructions? I went to the link and there was just to much there for me to really understand.
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That's the best way, better to take the time to read it when you have more time so you don't mess up your BB and have to spend twice the amount of time reloding the O.S. It is a lot the first time you do it, but it gets faster the more you do.
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Mostly, it's just explained in detail so you can't get lost. It's really a simple process.
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Is there any easier instructions? I went to the link and there was just to much there for me to really understand.
Or you can try MaxMem (a freebie) as I mentioned above. Once installed, you click a few times and they are gone. No detailed instructions or worries about
having to reload the OS. Or not...
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