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Old 02-23-2006, 09:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have bbLocal on my Blackberry 7290 and it just keeps saying "logging in" and it won't close or even respond. Is there a way to manually close the apps? Turning the Blackberry off then on again didn't help.

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thanks for showing me that new trick...BUT...

when I click plus ESC, it still shows all my open programs. I need to close all of those programs. Thanks!
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Initially, there are 4 programs that will always show on the multitask ribbon, Home Screen, Messages, Phone, and Browser. Other Apps may or may not be able to be closed. BB messenger being one. I don't know about BBLocal. You may have to uninstall it throug Options/Applications.

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