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Old 07-30-2009, 02:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was going through my blackberry to uninstall a few apps. I usually go to options > advanced > applications > scroll down to app and uninstall it it from there. While scrolling through my app folder, I accidentally hit the menu button and of the options was delete. What does that do?
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It will delete the icon, but not the application.
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Not so, Ive deleted applications that way.
And to make sure, I went to applications in options and it was deleted.
Not all apps have this availablity though.
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So, to be sure, delete it from the applications list. Thanks midnight
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Options -> Application is the best way. I have deleted and app from the home screen only to go back into Options -> Applications and have it still listed there. It would be nice if it worked from the home screen 100% of the time.
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gdbjr, I agree.
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Oh, thanks. If it just deletes the icon, is there a way to get it back without having to reinstall the app.
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