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Old 08-20-2007, 08:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Being new to this device, I have a question about deleting applications. I realize I can go into options ---> advanced ---> applications and can delete them there. But how about items that don't appear there such as "music apps", "shop tones", "shop multimedia", etc. The ones that launch the browser. Where would I find the location to delete them?

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Those are actually browser 'shortcuts'.
You can delete the service books for them (options _ advanced options _ service book ) but they will likely come back.

Just hide the icons instead. They don't really take up any space.
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