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Old 07-01-2005, 01:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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NOOB question here all,

I have a 7100g (cingular) and no BES. I have loaded BBweather and BB corrector onto the handheld but now I can't get them off again using the application loader in the desktop software...I run a remove function but they're still there afterwards...any help with this is greatly appreciated in advance!

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Default Nevermind...Just found the Wipe Device feature!

Thanks for looking!
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Settings / Options / Applications. Scroll to the one you want to delete, click the wheel and select "Delete". Reboot may be required, but the BB will ask.
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Thanks! Easier than a total Handheld Wipe and re-sync.
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Wipe Device is great if you are giving a BB to another user. It doesn't wipe the applications!!!! Just the customer data. BBWeather, etc. would still be there!

I just did one this AM.
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Default So I see!

I'll get this right eventually...
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Let it grow - it takes a little time
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