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Old 07-19-2007, 01:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anybody know what files can be deleted that are not important and what steps I'd take to delete/uninstall them?

I got the google maps and was going to take off TeleNavs, but I see people are saying that it'll just come back.

I want to free up more space on the device.

Thanks a lot!
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Old 07-19-2007, 02:08 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Does anybody know what files can be deleted that are not important and what steps I'd take to delete/uninstall them?

I got the google maps and was going to take off TeleNavs, but I see people are saying that it'll just come back.

I want to free up more space on the device.

Thanks a lot!
go to options=>advanced options=>applications and just delete applications you don't need

or use desktop manager to remove installed applications

hope this helps
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When I go to the Desktop Manager's Javaloader, it only lists the apps that I installed - those I want. It's really that easy to get rid of apps through Options? ...actually ...I just looked and there's really nothing there I want to delete. Except maybe the Blackberry Sample Video. Does anybody know how much space that takes up? Can I move it to my SD card?
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