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Old 01-25-2007, 08:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Good evening to all...

I just recently did a clean uninstall of Google Talk, according to the BlackBerry Technical Solution Center. Upon completing these steps, I noticed that the (Google Talk) BBFS1 [BBIMConfig] Service Book still existed. Upon noticing this, I also discovered that the (Yahoo!) BBFS2 [YHO] Service Book was listed. Am I correct in assuming that these Service Books are simply provided by Verizon Wireless by Default? I know that I removed BBFS1 [BBIMConfig], but it concerned me that it was still there after the reboot.

Thanks for your time and take care...
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Old 05-31-2007, 06:15 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Good evening to all...

I just recently did a clean uninstall of Google Talk, according to the BlackBerry Technical Solution Center. Upon completing these steps, I noticed that the (Google Talk) BBFS1 [BBIMConfig] Service Book still existed. Upon noticing this, I also discovered that the (Yahoo!) BBFS2 [YHO] Service Book was listed. Am I correct in assuming that these Service Books are simply provided by Verizon Wireless by Default? I know that I removed BBFS1 [BBIMConfig], but it concerned me that it was still there after the reboot.

Thanks for your time and take care...
the service books are not there by default(i.e. yahoo, google ----). Just go to settings=>Advanced options=>service books select the service book you don't need, click track wheel and delete.
To undo the change you can always click on track wheel and select undelete service book.

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